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August 13, 2022
ARTS & LEISURE

Legendary artists in concert this weekend

Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood


Date: Friday, June 11


Venue: Iolanda Balas-Soter Stadium


Starts at: 8:30 p.m.


Public’s access to the Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood performance on Iolanda Balas-Soter starts at 6 p.m. and ends at 8:30 p.m., when the concert begins and all access gates will be closed. Two access points are available: in Marasti Boulevard, for places in the stands (Stand 1 to 5) and in Primo Nebiolo Street, the stadium’s main entrance, for other ticket categories.


Organizers recommend using public means of transportation, because of insufficient parking lot spaces. Fans who have not yet bought a ticket will still be able to do so, from Germanos, Orange, Vodafone stores, Humanitas and Carturesti bookstores and online, on www.eventim.ro. Tickets cost between RON 179.2 and 636. If tickets remain available on the day of the concert, those interested would be able to purchase them from the stadium entrance on Primo Nebiolo Street. This is Clapton’s first performance in Romania.


Elton John


Date: Saturday, June 12


Venue: Constitution Square


Starts at: 8 p.m.


Sir Elton John & Band – World Tour 2010, one of the biggest tours of the year, reaches Bucharest on Saturday. The legendary British artist and his band will perform in the capital’s Constitution Square, in an event presented by Multimedia and ICO Concerts, organized by Modus. Both John and his musicians promise this “will be one of the most special and successful music shows in the country.” This is the artists’ second concert in Bucharest after his 2003 performance. Tickets can be still purchased on www.eventim.ro, Germanos and Vodafone shops, Humanitas and Carturesti bookstores, for prices ranging between RON 90 (fourth category) and RON 650 (VIP category). Seat tickets only. In a career spanning over almost five decades, John has sold over 450 million albums all over the world and had more than 50 Top 40 hits, the most successful of which, ‘Candle in the Wind,’ was sold in over 33 million copies.

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