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February 9, 2023

Lacuna Coil, confirm their presence at Tuborg GreenFest powered by Rock the City

The program Tuborg GreenFest powered by Rock the City is supplemented by the presence of Italian band Lacuna Coil, who return to Romania to support their latest opus – “Dark Adrenaline” – according to a press communiqué. Lacuna Coil show will take place on June 30. The festival’s confirmed lineup includes Guns N’ Roses, Machine Head, Soulfly, Evanescence, Heaven Shall Burn, Saxon, The Cult, Ugly Kid Joe, Godsmack, Black Label Society, Pentagram, Sweet Savage and Within Temptation. The world’s darling, GUNS N’ ROSES, the undisputed headliner at Tuborg Green Fest, returns to Romania, wishing to reward the loyalty of their fans with an extraordinary recital over two and a half hours long, according to the press communiqué. GUNS N’ ROSES story began three decades ago, in the 1980s, when the rock scene was marked by major changes. The new glam rock wave at the time was fronted by GUNS N’ ROSES, held as a worthy successor to the famous Rolling Stones.Over time, GUNS N’ ROSES sold over 100 million albums worldwide, of which  76 million in America alone. Each GUNS N’ ROSES albums made it into the Billboard music charts, several European, as well as Asian and South American top charts. With over 38 million copies sold worldwide, “Appetite For Destruction” is the group’s best-selling album. GUNS N’ ROSES discography includes six studio albums, three EPs a live album and several compilation albums. GUNS N’ROSES returns to Romania with an extraordinary concert part of the Tuborg Green Fest powered by Rock the City,  July 1, 2012. Tickets go on sale thru the Eventim chain: stores Germanos, Orange, Vodafone, bookstores Humanitas and Carture?ti and at www.eventim.ro.All festival-related information can also be found on our Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/TuborgGreenfest2012.

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