Romania’s concert – first on Yanni’s tour list!

We got used that, for more or less obvious reasons, major international artists rarely arrives on Romanian land, and in the happy case, when we are included on the tour, Romania is usually among the last countries found on the list of their European musical journey.

Paradoxically, Romania seems to be preferred by the legendary Greek artist Yanni, who located Romania in the top of the list for the “Truth of Touch” tournament debuting on September 14, in Bucharest, at Zone Arena.

And because a tournament of this magnitude requires careful preparation, the artists’ staff has already announced that the rehearsals for the entire tournament will take place right here in Bucharest during a week, when Yanni and his orchestra will prepare, for 10 hours per day, the explosive show for which they are famous worldwide.

Two trucks full of tools and other elements necessary for proper development of the technical rehearsals will come to Bucharest heading for a 5-star location, especially chosen for rehearsals in perfect condition.

Seems like Yanni’s reason to begin the European tour in Romania is based on feelings matters, as he said that over the time many Romanian fans have send to him thousands of posts asking him to concert in Romania, messages that also contained their appreciation for a successful career. Therefore, starting the tournament in Romania is the original way in which the artist wanted to answer to fans devotion and love towards his musical creations.

Purchase your tickets earlier for the “Truth of touch” concert from Vreau Bilet Ticket Network in Unirea Shopping Center – 2nd floor and Carrefour Feeria – Baneasa Shopping City. For reservations and delivery please visit The price varies depending on place category between RON 100 and 800.

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