Anahi’s concert moved to Roman Arenas

The December 17 concert Mexican superstar Anahi will perform in Bucharest, has been moved to another location, organizers inform. According to a press release, the site of the gig was moved from Romexpo to the newly renovated Roman Arenas, as organizers wanted to offer fans the best conditions to view this show. Starting hours remain the same, 7 pm.

Born Anahí Giovanna Puente Portilla, better known as Anahí, the actress and singer began her career as a child participating in several television series and movies, several of which earned her awards such as the Ariel Award and from the Palme d’Or Award. She gained international fame after being cast as Mia Colucci in the hit Mexican telenovela Rebelde, and as a member of the Latin Grammy-nominated pop group RBD. Anahi has sold over 3 million albums worldwide on her own.

In 1996 she released her first album titled Anahí. She later released a second album titled “Hoy Es Mañana” which featured the singles Descontrolándote and Corazón de bombón. She went on to record two additional albums titled Anclado En Mi Corazón and Baby Blue.

The success of Anahí’s novela Rebelde launched RBD. To date, RBD has made 9 studio albums, including albums in Spanish, Portuguese and English. They have sold over 15 million albums worldwide, and have toured across Mexico, South America, Serbia, Slovenia, Romania, the United States, and Spain. In 2006, following the success of RBD, Anahí re-released her solo album, Baby Blue, under the name Una Rebelde en Solitario.

On August 15, 2008, RBD released a message telling fans that they had decided to split up. They went on one final tour, Gira Del Adios World Tour which ended in early 2009.

On November 25, 2008, Anahi and Dulce Maria collaborated with Tiziano Ferro on a song called “El Regalo Màs Grande”.

In April 2009, Anahí launched an official website and twitter page announcing her solo album.
She debuted her first solo single since RBD, titled “Mi Delirio,” at the 2009 Premios Juventud in Miami.

Venue: Roman Arenas

Address: 26, Cutitul de Argint St.

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