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Bucharest’s Constitution Square hosts Robbie Williams concert on Friday

Famous British artist Robbie Williams will perform, as a first in Romania, a concert in the Constitution Square of Bucharest, on Friday, as part of the “Let Me Entertain You” Tour.

Lemar and Delia will perform starting at 18,00 hours in the British artist’s concert opening.

Robbie Williams prepared the fans for the concert in Bucharest a playlist including hits such as “Let Me Entertain You,” “Feel,” “Angels,” but also jazz pieces.

“Let Me Entertain You Tour 2015” is the 11th tour in the artist’s career and has begun in March this year, with a concert in Spain’s capital, Madrid.

According to a D&D East Entertainment release, the access gates to the concert venue will open at 16,00 hours.

“The access to the show area will be allowed based on the valid ticket to one single person, one time. The ticket based on which the access is made must be kept during the entire concert, the spectators being required to also have upon them a valid identity document,” the organisers inform.

According to the cited source, the list of objects which the organisers ask the public not to bring to the concert includes binoculars, bottles, plastic containers, cans, fireworks, banners supported by poles, sprays, perfumes, umbrellas, chairs, weapons, chains, dangerous objects, drinks or food, luggage or voluminous bags, professional or semi-professional photo cameras (with detachable lenses), audio-video recorders, tablets and IPads. The access with medicines is only allowed based on the corresponding medical prescription. In case it rains, spectators are asked to bring raincoats.

The organisers also inform that, at the entrance to the concert venue, all participants will be searched by the security agents.

The access points to the show area are located on the Liberty Boulevard – the Izvor entrance and the Cosbuc entrance.

The Parliament Lawn sector is an area facing the stage, above the VIP grandstands, on the Palace of Parliament lawn. It provides an impeccable view, without obstructions and is located at a distance from the stage that doesn’t exceed the regular space between the lawn of a normal stadium and the stage at a concert on a stadium.

The organisers recommend the public to use the public transportation so the traffic in the area doesn’t disrupt the access to the concert.

Because of the very loud noise produced during such events, the organisers don’t recommend the presence at the concert of children under 12. For the same reason, the presence of children under 7 is strictly forbidden. According to the organisers, the shows include strong light effects that could harm children or epileptic persons. In case the parent decides to come with the child, the latter’s access will only be done based on a valid ticket, not free of charge or purchased at a reduced price, Agerpres informs.

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