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Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance – national tour this autumn

After their tremendous success last year when, on public demand, they offered two shows in one day in Bucharest, Michael Flatley’s disciples – the Irish dance company Lord of the Dance – will visit Romania once more, this time on a national tour. The tour will last a week and is to start on November 5, at Bucharest’s Palace Hall. The company will perform, as well, in Iasi (on Nov 6), Brasov (Nov 8), Sibiu (Nov 9) and Targu Mures (Nov 10).

Lord of the Dance is one of the most prestigious acts in entertainment history and its shows are, as a rule, sold-out. The “Lord of the Dance” tour is organized by Project Events in collaboration with European Event Services.

Tickets for the Bucharest show, on November 5, are available in the Biletoo network, the Biletoo Shop in Unirea Shopping Center, “Adevarul” and “Eminescu” bookshops, “Flanco” and “Diverta” shops, “Muzica”, the Palace Hall, the National Children’s Palace and Unirii 1 metro station, as well as online, on biletoo.ro, blt.ro, bilete.ro, myticket.ro, biletfan.ro and biletedelatati.ro.

Cesaria Evora, in sixth concert at Palace Hall

After the two concerts she offered in Romania last year, Cesaria Evora will be back in Bucharest, on October 4, at the Palace Hall, the organizers in­form. Last year, the artist was made an honorary citizen of Bucharest. “The barefoot diva” sang five times before at the Palace Hall: on May 15, 2003; June 29, 2004; October 16, 2006; October 1, 2009, and October 18, 2010.

At the same time, the artist also concerted, last year, on October 15, at the Sports’ Hall in Brasov. She was also due to sing in Bucharest on July 3, 2008 (in the “Mihai Eminescu” Am­phitheatre in the National Park), as well as on May 15, 2011 (at the Roman Arena), but the shows had to be put on hold following health problems.

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