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September 29, 2022

SABATON to release new album in Bucharest at Turbohalle

The Swedish heroes of SABATON are preparing to amaze their Romanian fans on January 27 at Turbohalle in Bucharest. One of the most popular bands of the new power metal and heavy metal wave, Sabaton will perform in Bucharest to launch their latest album entitled HEROES, as part of an astonishing concert organized by Metalhead. Another headliner of international fame and three other special guests will be announced soon. In addition, the organizers will make available 200 seats in front of the stage for the real heroes at Heroes Circle. Tickets are already on sale on www.iabilet.ro and as of June 29, they will be available also through the Eventim, Myticket and Bilete.ro networks. The Sabaton concert in Bucharest is an official warm up party for the METALHEAD Meeting 2015! Those attending the concert will be the first to know the names of the bands to take part in the 2015 edition of the festival; in addition they will be provided with ticket discounts and other surprises.
The Swedish band will perform in Romania for the second time, after the sold out show in 2013, at the request of their fans, to sing tracks on their new album, HEROES, but also hits like Primo Victoria (over 11 million views on Youtube!), Back In Control, Masters of the World, Wolfpack, Uprising or The Price Of A Mile. Tickets for the concert are available online on www.iabilet.ro, www.eventim.ro, www.myticket.ro and www.bilete.ro, as well as through the Uman, Senia, Perfect Tour, Diverta, Humanitas, Germanos, Vodafone, Orange stores and the Romanian Mail etc. Available tickets range from RON 55 – special offer for the first 100 sold tickets, RON 85 – Heroes Circle in front of the stage – only 200 seats,  poster included, RON 65 till October 15, RON 75 till Jan. 15, RON 85 after Jan. 15 and on the day of the concert.

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