An event organized by Marcel Avram, East European Production and D&D East Entertainment.
The LA-based rock band Bad Things made up of Davis LeDuke, bass player Jared Palomar, guitar player Anthony Sanudo, drummer Lena Zawaideh and guitar player Shaun White announced the show they are going to perform in Bucharest at Romexpo on July 5 in the opening for Thirty Seconds to Mars. Admission is granted at 5:30 pm.
After years of waiting, the American band Thirty Seconds to Mars comes to Romania to hold an outdoors explosive show on July 5 at Romexpo, Bucharest. Thirty Seconds to Mars consolidated their reputation as one of the most spectacular live bands in the world through a massive world tour which is going to bring their latest album “Love Lust Faith + Dreams” to Romania as well, for what promises to be one of the major concerts of the summer of 2014. “Europe became a second home for Thirty Seconds to Mars and we are extremely excited to come back on this continent for a new adventure,” says Jared Leto. “Our journey around the world continues with what is going to be the major, most challenging tour so far.”
Back to Bad Things, their debut album “Bad Things” has got very good reviews since it was released on January 21, 2014 by Warner Brothers Records. Bad Things gained its undisputed chemistry through perseverance, and through a friendship between drummer Zena Azawaideh, guitarist Anthony Sanudo and lead guitarist Shaun White that dates back from their teenage years in their native city of San Diego. Together with lead vocal Davis LeDuke and bass player Jared Palomar, the band soared on the stage over the past year with its electrifying sound and emotional lyrics. In the autumn of 2013, they held a concert in North America that included the Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, the Osheaga festival in Montreal and Voodoo Music and Art Experience in New Orleans, winning well-deserved reviews.
On January 21, 2014 the band launched their debut album called Bad Things at Warner Brothers Records. With a recent presence at Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and their success at Austin’s 2014 SXSW Music Conference, it is obvious this is just the beginning. “Music is what we do,” says Sanudo. “It is all we can do and everything we want to do, although Shaun is obviously good at other things as well.”