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December 7, 2021

One day left before The Dire Straits Experience in Timisoara. Bucharest up next

After the success that the band registered in Romania in 2013, Chris White, alongside Chris Whitten, drummer in the last Dire Straits tour in 1991-1992, Paddy Milner, Terence Reise, Tim Walters and Michael Feat, return with two super-concerts: on March 19 at the Banatul Philharmonic in Timisoara and on March 20 at Bucharest’s Palace Hall.

The organizers of The Dire Straits Experience have announced the programme and access rules of the two events.

Thus, the public will enter the venues at 7 p.m. and the show will start at 8 p.m. Fans are asked to arrive at the event starting at 7 p.m. in order for access to take place in optimal conditions and for them not to miss the start of the show.

“The presence of children is not recommended at such concerts because of the extremely powerful sounds, however, if parents choose to bring along their children those up to 5 years old will have free access provided the following conditions are met: children have to have hearing protection, in the concert hall children will be held in the arms by adults, it is not recommended for one adult to come accompanied by more than one child, a document attesting the child’s age will have to be presented,” the organizers announced.

Access will not be allowed with: lighters, bottles, motorcycle helmets, plastic bottles, cans of alcohol, canned goods, fireworks, banners held by sticks, spray cans, seats, weapons, food and beverages, blunt objects, pets, chains, bulky baggage, lasers, professional photo cameras, audio-video cameras, tablets of any kind or GoPro devices.

Leaving the venue once they gain access to it deprives the fans of the right to return, and they would have to buy another ticket to regain access.


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