Tickets for Sandra’s concert put on sale

The tickets for the concerts of the singer of German origin Sandra, due on November 6 at Sala Palatului from Bucharest, were put up for sale, the organizers of the event inform. “We shall assist at a new beginning for the diva, considering the 15 pieces present on her new album. The artist decided to include also our country in her promotional tour from this autumn,” the organizers say.

Thus, the concert that her fans can watch this autumn in Bucharest is part of the tour for the promotion of the most recent album of the artist, “Back to Life,” launched this year, on March 27. The album includes 15 pieces, the most recent single being “The Night is still young,” in a duo with Thomas Andres (Modern Talking). The album was recorded in New York, together with the producer Toby Gad, author of the songs “If I were a boy” (Beyonce) and “Big girls don’t cry” (Fergie).

The Bucharesters will have the occasion to listen both new songs and the hits which made her famous in the ‘80s, among which “Maria Magdalena,” “In the heat of the night,” “Everlasting love” or “Hi, Hi, Hi.”

Sandra’s fans from Romania already had the occasion to watch another concert of the artist in December 2007, at Sinaia.

Actually called Sandra Ann Lauer, the singer was born in Saarbrucken (Germany), on May 18, 1962. Her first tune which was a success was “Maria Magdalena,” in 1985. Her voice was also used for the project “Enigma” of her former husband, Michael Cretu. The concert from Bucharest is organized by the company Project Events, the same which brought the famous artist C.C. Catch for the first time in early April on the stage of Sala Palatului. The price of the tickets varies between RON 80 and 250, and can be bought at the cash desk of Sala Palatului, at Diverta shops, Muzica shop and online on and

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