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24 hours left before Seal show in Bucharest

The musician’s gastronomic choices stay within the realm of a healthy diet.

Seal will perform a live concert at Bucharest’s Palace Hall, Nov 27, part of his “Soul 2” world tour and organizers have begun preparations to make sure the British singer, his band and crew enjoy the best-possible stay in the Romanian capital.    Seal and his band will take lodgings in an apartment and 23 rooms respectively in a Bucharest five star hotel. His menu will be a healthy one, consisting in fiber and anti-oxidants -rich food choices, with plenty of fruits, coconut specially, and vegetables, and drinks – teas, soy milk, natural fruit juices and plain bottled water, but he also ordered a couple of bottles of the finest champagne.His band’s food preferences are pretty average, including a traditional full English breakfast – eggs, sausages, ham, and jam, as well as cereals and a great variety of fruits. For launch, they have soups, several meat dishes and a variety of side dishes, and vegetarian menus too. Tea, coffee, plain bottled water and natural fruit juices are a must, and so are Belgian beer and some bottles of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.Behind the stage, Seal and his crew are made four rooms available of which one for the singer alone.  A three-time Grammy winner, Seal is known for the many hits he launched in a career that spans over 20 years, among which Killer, Crazy or Kiss from a Rose. Seal has recorded eight studio albums which sold over 20 m copies worldwide. Taxi, one of the most loved Romanian bands, will be the opening act at the Seal concert in Bucharest. The last tickets for the Seal concert are on sale thru the Eventim network: the stores Germanos, Orange, Vodafone, Domo, Humanitas and Carturesti bookshops, and at eventim.ro.

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