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February 27, 2021
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Cristi Minculescu returns to stage on July 25

The band Iris will perform for the first time after the surgery vocalist Cristi Minculescu underwent. They have scheduled a concert on July 25, at the Peninsula Festival organized in Targu Mures.

“The organizers of the Coke Live Peninsula Festival are delighted to announce a surprise concert for the day of Saturday, July 25. The legendary rock band Iris will enter the stage for the first time after vocalist Cristi Minculescu’s liver transplant in March. The fans may see for themselves at the Coke Live Peninsula festival that Iris is the band that will never disappoint them,” the organizers declared in a press release. According to them, the band will perform before the recitals by Primal Scream and Nine Inch Nails. The concert to be performed by Iris in Targu Mures is the first after Cristi Minculescu’s surgery. The artist underwent a liver transplant in March at a German clinic, donated by his wife Rodica. The artist suffered of policystic kidney and liver disease, a hereditary issue defined by the appearance, at birth, of several cysts. The disease progressively evolves since birth.

“The national rock team of Romania,” as the fans nicknamed the band, owns an impressive music portfolio: 14 albums, three maxi singles, a DVD / VHS and over 5,000 concerts.

Iris will perform at the seventh edition of the Peninsula Festival, due to take place during July 23 – 26 on the shore of the river Mures, beside the Weekend Centre in Targu Mures, and will grant the experience of four days spent at maximum intensity.

The festival will also be attended by Chase & Status featuring MC Rage, Luna Amara, Thunderground (July 23), DJ Tiesto, Layo & Bushwacka, !deladap, Vama, NEO and Chris Liebing (on July 24), Primal Scream, Nine Inch Nails, Parov Stelar and Band, Richard Dorfmeister (on July 25), Freestylers, Tankcsapda, the Prodigy, Vita de Vie, Goldie, Haydamaky (on July 26) and many more.

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