Peter Gabriel in anniversary concert in Bucharest in golden formula

Peter Gabriel will come to Bucharest this spring as part of his tournament Back to Front celebrating a quarter of a century since the release of his most famous album of his career, So. His fans will have the opportunity to listen to an impressive collection of greatest hits during a grand show which, along with an exceptional production, will enjoy the presence of his original band together with whom Peter Gabriel used to sing 25 years ago. The concert will take place on May 8, at Romexpo Central Pavilion, being presented by Volksbank, according to a press release.
Back to Front tournament started in September 2012 and still enjoys impressive reviews, bringing to Peter Gabriel not only the satisfaction of singing the most famous songs of his career in an unprecedented project, but also to do it along the musicians with whom he used to travel around the world two decades ago: Tony Levin (bass), David Rhodes (guitar), David Sancious (keyboard) and Manu Katche (drums). “When we started to work for this project it was strange but also familiar alike,” Peter Gabriel told Las Vegas Review. “It is interesting how the friendship relations continue just the way they used to be, the only difference being that you hope you became wiser as time has passed. But I wouldn’t bet on it!” the artist jokes about the reunion with his former stage partners.
Those who do not want to miss one of the most spectacular indoor productions ever organized for a concert in Romania have only two tickets categories left available, at the Premium Seats for RON 385 and Golden Ring for RON 175. The tickets in the Diamond Seats category as well as those for the stands are already sold out. Tickets can be purchased on,, Diverta retail chain, Muzica shop, Mihai Eminescu bookshop and the box office of the Palace Hall.

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