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October 22, 2021

Diary of Dreams and Crematory, new confirmations for ARTmania Festival 2014

The “Vampires’ Den” energy is expanding with two legendary projects “Made in Germany”: Diary of Dreams and Crematory, according to a press release.  Vampires’ Den will be hosting on Friday and Saturday 16 hours of concerts, a substantial growth compared to the last years’ editions, and, in the same time and space, workshops and video projections, exhibitions and a book shop with a reading area. ARTmania Vampires’ Den spreads on a surface of over 2,500 square meters with two indoor and one outdoor space.
The story unfolds in a totally unexpected manner. From dragons to gods, from monsters to fairies, beyond the superstitions that surround the controversial vampire world, the ninth ARTmania Festival edition invites us to embark on a journey towards the crepuscular areas of a magical universe. Welcome to the world of wonders!
Long waited at ARTmania Festival, this year we will be listening to Crematory, Saturday, August 9, in premiere at Sibiu. Crematory is Germany’s most popular gothic metal band and has earned an excellent reputation at home and abroad during its 23 years of existence. No album released so far sounds like other and the latest studio album launched in 2014, Antiserum, experiments with sounds from the EBM/techno genre, completing the classic Crematory sound. For the very first time at ARTmania Festival we are expecting a beautiful mix of new and classical songs.
Eluveitie and Diary of Dreams are rocking ARTmania Festival on Friday, while Crematory and Therion will play on the Vampires’ Den stage on Saturday, all of them joining the festival for the first time.
For the “ARTmania Vampires’ Den” tickets will be available in Diverta, Germanos, MyTicket.ro, Eventim.ro networks, at the ARTmania Bucharest office or online at shop.artmania.ro. Visitors from other countries can buy passes through the shop.artmania.ro platform.  Prices within the limit of 1,000 passes for each distribution period: March – April: 125 lei – 27 euros; May – June: 150 lei – 24 euros; July – August: 180 lei – 40 euros. Should one category sell out, the sellers will activate immediately the next price category. Special tickets for events taking place at the National Brukenthal Museum and History Museum will be available shortly. The Large Square will be admittance free this year.

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