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January 17, 2022

Valentine’s Day, increasingly popular in Romania: Exhibitions, concerts and innovative parties

Internationally celebrated on February 14, Valentine’s Day is another opportunity to celebrate love and affection. This year, events are organized for all ages in most cities of Romania, from exhibitions to concerts and innovative parties.


Florin Chilian, romantic concert


Florin Chilian (photo)  will be one of the musicians performing on this day dedicated to lovers, in Bucharest, at the Bragadiru German Beer Shop. He will perform a romantic concert, ideal for an evening with your significant other.


Iris will perform in Sibiu


Romania’s most long-lived rock band, Iris, will offer fans a special Valentine’s Day concert, in Ursus Cotton Pub in Sibiu


Anda Adam, on stage in Turnu Severin


Restaurants and clubs in Drobeta Turnu Severin are competing in Valentine’s Day’s offers. Lovers may choose, by example, a concert by Anda Adam or a romantic dinner for two.


Alexandra Ungureanu, show in Botosani


The club Opium in Botosani will celebrate “the day of hearts” by organizing a concert starring Alexandra Ungureanu and Crush.


A performance for Teo


Romanians who had enjoyed every day of her television activity will he provided an opportunity to celebrate TV host Teo at the Palace Hall in Bucharest, on Valentine’s Day, in a surprise show. The event will feature concerts by Holograf, Taxi, Zdob si Zdub.


Anti Valentine’s Day with Tapinarii, ZOB and Niste Baieti


For parody band Tapinarii, the month of February has only carried one meaning for 13 years: the Anti-Valentine Day Tour. This year, ten cities will host the band’s show, and, for the day to come, the members of the band Tapinarii may be seen today in Targu Mures, tomorrow in Bucharest, and on February 15 in Constanta.

Another Anti-Valentine’s Day performance will be held in Bucharest, at the Fabrica Club. It will be performed by ZOB, Niste Baieti, Damage Case, Just Another Lie, Brute, Andrei and DJ Hefe (Coma).


An evening out for single people


Tomorrow is a grand day not only for lovers, but also for loners. Single people may find their pair at events dedicated to them. One of these events is Love Soiree in Cluj.


Romanian dinner among books


These days, the British Council is also thinking about love. The institution will invite all people who want to find out what romantic book suits them the best to attend an online personality test, created especially for Lovers’ Day. The ones who fill out the test will enter a drawing of lots. As a result, a lucky attendant will benefit tomorrow evening of an exclusive dinner among the bookshelves of the British Council Library.


A theatre evening with Casanova


The Odeon announced the premiere of the show Casanova, based on the book “The Memoirs of Jacques Casanova de Seingalt, written by himself”, for Valentine’s Day, at the Majestic Hall, starting at 7 pm. Director Dragos Galgotiu (who is also the author of the script, the stage décor and the soundtrack) will present on the stage of the Odeon Theatre the baroque and charming world of Casanova and of his age. The delirious and decadent theatricality of the last century of aristocracy is present due to the spectacular costumes created by Doina Levintza and due to the burlesque energy of the team of actors.


Follow the arrows, at the Art Museum


Romania’s National Art Museum invites the public to explore a journey of love at the “Ars Amandi” series of exhibitions, that include the following: “The Theme of Love in the European Art of the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Century” and “Behaviour Patterns in the Eighteenth Century”. The exhibitions may be visited during February 14 – March 8, and tomorrow, as a celebration of Valentine’s Day, the public will be granted free access to the “Ars Amandi” exhibitions.


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