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Europe to perform in Romania for the second time

Europe, one of Sweden’s top rock bands, has announced a concert at the Palace Hall in Bucharest, on November 17, starting at 19.00. The performance will be part of the band’s tour of this year. The tour will include countries such as Germany, Turkey, Sweden and Hungary.
During September 12 – November 1 2014, the tickets for Europe’s Bucharest show in Bucharest will be available at special prices. The offer will greatly benefit eager fans as, by buying a ticket of every price category now, they can save RON 50, as discounts reach as much as 30 per cent. Promotional tickets are to be purchased in the Eventim network, at the Vreau Bilet box offices located at the second floor of Unirea Shopping Center, inside the Eminescu Book Shop, inside the EuroGSM stores, at the Palace Hall, at the Vreau Bilet headquarters on 24 Octavian Goga street, block M62, apartment 1 or may be purchased online on the websites www.vreaubilet.ro and www.eventim.ro. Therefore, until November 1, the prices of the tickets for the Europe concert are as follows: RON 300 for the VIP category, RON 250 for the first category, RON 200 for the second category, RON 150 for the third category and RON 100 for the fourth category.
The story of the band Europe started in 1979, when a young Swedish band named at that time Force, consisting of three ambitious young men, singer Joey Tempest, guitar player John Norum and bass player Tony Reno appeared in Upplands Vasby. They had their international breakthrough with The Final Countdown, launched in 1986. The song of the same-titled album became a worldwide hit and peaked at no. 1 in the charts of over 26 countries. Guitar player John Norum decided to leave the band and was replaced by Kee Marcello. Next up, their ballad Carrie reached no. 3 in Billboard Hot 100. Afterwards, they released Out of This World, in 1988, when bands such as Guns N’ Roses, INXS and U2 also gained tremendous international attention. The album sold over 2 million copies. It was followed by an American tour alongside Def Leppard, Bon Jovi and Skid Row. After ten successful years together, the band decided to break up in 1992. Ever since, Joey Tempest, John Norum and Kee Marcello launched solo albums.
To celebrate the new millennium, the band was invited by the authorities in Stockholm to perform a show. This was the band’s first performance featuring two guitar players, Norum and Marcello. It was not an official reunion, just a special event.
On October 2, 2003, the band announced they were back together. Next year, Europe launched a new album, Start from the Dark, sold in over 900,000 copies. Until 2012, they released three more albums of worldwide success, Secret Society, Last Look of Eden and Bag of Bones.
In 2013, they celebrated 30 years of activity, by releasing a DVD that features an incredible show performed in Sweden.
At the time being, the artists are about to finish a new studio album, their tenth one, most likely to be launched at the beginning of 2015, and plan to follow it up with a new worldwide tour.

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