The first weekend of February brings sun, warmth and fresh events. Interested about our suggestions? Here they are!
On Frday evening a special concert will take place at Sala Palatului starting 8 PM. Tarja Turunen, the queen of symphonic rock & metal music, will come to Romania. After a 2-year break from the rock shows, the soprana will sing the hits from the period when she was part of Nightwish band, as well as the solo hits, such as “I Walk Alone”, “The Reign” or “My Little Phoenix”.
Oldie music lovers can enjoy the ABBA Tribute Band Revival on, Friday evening, starting 10:30 PM, at Hard Rock Cafe. ABBA Tribute Band REVIVAL™, voted unanimously as the best Abba tribut band by the British Musical Agents Association, holds a concert again in Romania. The tickets prices range between RON 40 and RON 120.
Theatre lovers can attend the play “A street car named desire” at Odeon Theatre on Friday evening starting 7 PM. The play directed by Dinu Cernescu will have in distribution the actors Rodica Mandache, Crina Muresan, Mihai Smarandache, Marian Ghenea, Ruxandra Maniu, Silvian Valcu, Dimitrii Bogomaz, Marian Lepadatu, Anda Saltelechi and Nicholas Catianis and will last for two hours and a half.
On Saturday starting, 9 PM, the concert of “Ad hoc” takes place at Unteatru. The band will prepare a Punk Acustic Medieval Folclor evening and the reservations can be made at email@example.com.
American interbelic music lover can go to ARTea tea house to the Fly me to the moon concert from 7 PM, on Sunday. Maximilian Muntean, a singer with a wide experince in concerts will make a show from the American songbook songs. The ticket price is RON 25 and a reservation is required.
Last, but not least, other protests against the adoption of the ordinance regarding the Criminal Code change are expected this weekend in Victoriei Square.