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February 25, 2021
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Weekend under the sign of music

From classic to pop, gothic, rock and metal, the concerts will feature famous international musicians and bands such as soprano Angela Gheorghiu, Michael Bolton, Duffy, Limp Bizkit, Queensryche and Craig David.

Michael Bolton show at Palace Hall


The American singer, who will perform on Sunday at the Palace Hall, will arrive today in Bucharest. The concert will include all the hits of the American singer, and the songs included on his latest recording, “The Very Best of Michael Bolton.” The Sunday show will include all the hits of the American singer, included on his best-of compilation. “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You,” “A Love So Beautiful,” “How Can We Be Lovers,” “When a Man Loves a Woman,” “Said I Loved You… But I Lied” and “Can I Touch You There” are some of the songs to be enjoyed by the audience at the Palace Hall. The tickets for the show may be purchased at the Palace Hall, at the Diverta network stores but also online, on www.myticket.ro. The price of a ticket ranges from RON 350 to 250, 150 and 100, depending on the location of the seat. Michael Bolton has performed in Bucharest before, in 2005, and in Brasov in 2007.


Limp Bizkit, headliner at Rock the City Fest


The first edition of Rock the City Festival, starring Limp Bizkit, Queensryche and Saga, takes place on Sunday at Arenele Romane in Bucharest. The venue was moved from the Arch of Triumph Stadium to Arenele Romane, Star Management informs. Therefore, the organizers issued tickets at a new price category: RON 99. The tickets are available in Diverta and Germanos, and may also be ordered on the websites www.eventim.ro, www.ticketpoint.ro, www.ticketpoint.ro, www.blt.ro and www.bilete.ro.


The doors will open at 12, the first band, the Canadians from Saga will open the festival at 3 pm. Limp Bizkit is scheduled to play at 9 pm.


Duffy to perform in Mamaia tonight


The British pop-rock band I am Kloot will perform in the opening of the show to be performed by Gaelic artist Duffy tonight, on the H2O Beach of Mamaia. The entrance to the show is free of charge. “The audience will be granted numerous pleasant surprises and an unforgettable show featuring the Gaelic singer who celebrated her 25th birthday three days before her Romanian concert,” Dragos Huian, sponsorship and events specialist for Orange Romania declared.


“The preparations for the show have already started and over 22 tonnes of sound and lighting equipment will be installed on the stage which will host the concert,” the organizers declared.


A year has passed since the launch of her album. The artist is praised by critics and fans worldwide, and the recording was sold in over 5.5 million copies. Duffy was internationally acknowledged once she won the Grammy Award for the Best Pop Album and three other Brit Awards for Best Debut, Best Female Voice and Best British Artist. Duffy’s performance is part of the successful Orange PrePay Party music events that started in 2007 and gained over 60,000 viewers so far.


Fete de la Musique: Angela Gheorghiu and Dan Grigore in a special show


Soprano Angela Gheorghiu and pianist Dan Grigore will perform a special concert dedicated to Fete de la Musique, on the stage of the Grand Hall of the National Theatre in Bucharest (TNB), on Sunday, at 7 pm. The concert will feature other important Romanian musicians: Johnny Raducanu (piano), Mihai Ungureanu (piano) and Gabriel Croitoru (violin). Three great actors of the Romanian theatre: Radu Beligan, Victor Rebengiuc and Horatiu Malaele, will perform poetry recitals.


Ion Caramitru, the Manager of the National Theatre of Bucharest, will be the host of the evening. For the last few years, French cultural influences determined Romania to join Fete de la Musique. Each year, on June 21, starting in 1981 in France and throughout Europe, afterwards, professional and amateur musicians invade streets, cafes and public places to share their passion for music with the audience.


Craig David to perform in Bucharest tonight


Craig David, who gained international fame after the launch of his album “Born to Do It”, in 2000, will have a concert at the Turabo Society Club in Bucharest this Friday. The album was tremendously successful, and its sales were estimated at approximately 8 million copies. The recording featured songs such as “Seven Days,” “Fill Me In” and “Walking Away,” some of the artist’s best known hits. The second album, “Slicker than the Average” did not equal the success of the previous one, but offered the single “Rise and Fall,” performed in duet with Sting.


Iggor Cavallera, ex-Sepultura, brings Mixhell to Club Fabrica


Mixhell, one of the most successful electro bands founded in Brazil, will perform a live show tonight at Club Fabrica in Bucharest, the organizers announced. The Bucharest show is part of the European tour that promotes the latest album of the band, “Mixhell Da Boom.” Mixhell representatives promise fans a “dynamic and explosive show,” and the opportunity to listen to songs such as “Easy Love Favelablast,” “The Kids are Alright” or “Radio Libido.” Junkyard, Gojira, Unlocka and AKM will perform the opening act of the evening. The price of a ticket is RON 35 and it may be purchased on the website www.ticketpoint.ro or at the entrance to the club.

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