Bucharest, January31st, 2012 – Sport events, ballet on ice and concerts are among the shows from February, with tickets available through G-Ticket from Germanos Telecom Romania.
February starts with a tennis tour so that people who love this sport can go to the games within Davis Coup: Romania – Denmark (Sports Hall „Horia Damian”, February 1st – 3rd). The month continues with the show of Slash feat. Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators (Palace Hall, Bucharest, February 5th) and Doru Stanculescu’s concert, celebrating 42 years of artistic activity and the launch of his double album “Doru Stanculescu – from the day before yesterday until yesterday, volume I and II” (Radio Chamber, Bucharest February 7th).
Ballet on ice is one of the most impressive shows from this month. The representations of Swan Lake offered by The Imperial Ice Stars will delight the public with special effects and light shows in Bucharest (Palace Hall, February 21st) and in Constanta (Casa de Cultura a Sindicatelor, Ferbruary 21st). Moreover, people who love ballet can choose to go to Royale Russian Ballet on February 24th (Palace Hall, Bucharest).
Lala Band prepared the national tour LaLa Love Tour – Love Lala, so fans can purchase tickets through G-Tickets to performances in Cluj-Napoca (Casa de Cultura a Sindicatelor, February 16th), Targu Mures (Culture Palace, February 17th), Satu Mare (Casa de Cultura a Sindicatelor, February 19th), Timisoara (Banat Philarmonic from Timisoara, Capitol Chamber, February 23rd) and Arad ( Sports Hall, February 24th).
At the end of the month, in Bucharest, InterAct Association organises Dragobete for You (The Silver Church, February 21st), a special concert that promotes the Romanian holiday under the same name. On the other hand, people who listen to trash metal have the opportunity to purchase tickets at Contradiction concert (Ageless Club, Bucharest, February 28th).
More details on February events, but also on other events available through G-ticket, are offered in all Germanos stores and on www.eventim.ro.
G-ticket is the service launched by Germanos almost five years ago, in partnership with Eventim – the most important player on the European market of ticketing for live shows and entertainment.