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September 18, 2020

Red Hot Chili Peppers show tonight at National Arena

Audience admission to the Red Hot Chili Peppers show at Bucharest’s National Arena on Friday will begin at 17.00 hours. The public is asked to use the proper entrance according to the area for which they bought the tickets, to avoid potential crowding, event organizers Emagic announced.Public admission will be made thru the three entrances set up on Basarabia Blvd, Maior Coravu St and Pierre de Coubertin St.The owners of tickers in the Pitch, the West (1st) Stand  and the Official Stand – the Maior Coravu St entrance, Gold Circle area – Pierre de Coubertin St, and East (2nd) Stand and South Grounds – Blvd. Basarabia entrance.The ticket concert only allows one-entry to the stadium by the end of the show. Those who want to exit the stadium and get back later shall purchase a new ticket. The opening acts at the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert are AAAK and Grimus, with their sets to start shortly after the gates are open for the public, with the American rockers to climb onto the stage after dusk.The public is allowed to enter concert premises with bottles (including perfume bottles of over 100 ml and deodorizers), plastic containers, cans, firecrackers, banners sustained by sticks, sprays, chairs, guns, drinks or food, sharp objects, pets, chains, professional or semiprofessional photo cameras (with detachable lens) or audio-video recording equipment.Concert goers are however allowed to carry binoculars and motorcycle helmets, with the mention that there will be no safety deposit boxes at the concert location. In case of rain, the access is not allowed with umbrellas, so viewers are recommended to wear raincoats instead. To make bar access efficient, all the products will be marketed based on tokens that can be purchased at special outlets on premises.  The Red Hot Chili Peppers concert is part of the band’s promotional tour in support of their latest album  “I’m With You”.The last tickets available are on sale at Diverta stores, Muzica store, Mihai Eminescu Bookshop and Palace Hall, starting from RON 155, and on concert day, within the limit of availability, only at the National Arena ticket booths.

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