The House of Free Press is going to host a rock concert. “House of Parties” is an elegant ballroom, located in the Free press House, that organizes different kinds of parties. For the first time, “House of Parties” will host a two-day festival party “Presa de Rock Bun” over November 29-30. The line-up includes bands such as Alternosfera – the Republic of Moldova, Vita de Vie, Robin and the Backstabbers, Sarmalele Reci, PIMP and Mere – Arad, as well as Astero and NOR.
The organizers’ objective is to bring the most popular rock bands at the moment, as well as the newcomers promising to change the local rock music, on the same stage.
Tickets are available through the Eventim network (the Germanos, Orange, Vodafone, Domo stores, the Humanitas and Carturesti bookshops and online at www.eventim.ro). By Nov. 29, the price of a tickets for one day is RON 30, and of a subscription RON 50 (for both days). The tickets for one day purchased on the day of the concert cost RON 40, and the subscription RON 70. Access to the venue is possible starting from 6 p.m. The event’s Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/events/415809041875707/.
Vita de Vie will also sing the tracks featuring in their latest album entitled “Acustic”, released on April 5, 2013. The launch concert took place on April 8 at the National Theatre in Bucharest.
Founded in December 1998, Alternosfera is an alternative rock band from Chisinau, the Republic of Moldova. They use to write love songs, as well as songs about their social or political believes. In terms of sound, the band is unique at this moment on the Basarabian musical market, with their music being inspired from the 80’s music to the alternative rock of 90’s Seatle.
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