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March 4, 2021
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Gotan Project back in February

Following the success of three previous performances in Romania, the French band Gotan Project will be returning to Bucharest on February 28. The public will be able to listen again to their eclectic and vibrant sounds in a gig hosted by Palace Hall which continues the tour on Gotan’s latest album Tango 3.0. Philippe Cohen Solal, Eduardo Makaroff and Christoph H. Muller, three of the group’s most prominent figures will perform.


Tickets to the February concert are sold online on in the Eventim network and, until December 26 they cost between RON 96 and 192. After that date, they will be sold at full price: RON 120, 150, 190, 240.


Gotan Project formed in 1999. Their first release was “Vuelvo Al Sur/El Capitalismo Foraneo” in 2000, followed by the album “La Revancha del Tango” in 2001. Their music involves tango, but also uses diverse elements and influences. The group quickly found worldwide fame and acclaim by creating a new sound, uniquely blending Argentinean Tango and Latin music with dub and electronica. Their long-awaited and lauded album, “Lunatico, “named after Tango legend Carlos Gardel’s racehorse, was released five years later. After more than 400 concerts worldwide and 2 million albums sold, the trio released “Tango 3.0” in 2010, this time adding a touch of jazz and blues to the mix.

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