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The Romanian sensation INNA with a concert for the holiday of Veliko Tarnovo
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The Romanian sensation INNA with a concert for the holiday of Veliko Tarnovo

One of the most attractive contemporary pop singers INNA will finally delight thousands of fans in Bulgaria with a solo concert in Veliko Tarnovo. 

She will sing in front of a Bulgarian audience on March 17 in the Vasil Levski Palace of Culture and Sports in Veliko Tarnovo. The event is organized by ART BG and the Municipality of Veliko Tarnovo for the holiday of the city and is part of the cultural calendar for 2019. Tickets for the event are already on sale and can be bought from the Tourist Information Center Veliko Tarnovo and Prices vary from 20 to 40 leva and students’ tickets are 15 leva.

Thanks to her first single “Hot” in 2008, the young Romanian became a worldwide sensation. The next three singles of the singer also achieved success worldwide, leading to the nomination of MTV Video Music Awards Europe 2009, and in early 2010 the single “Hot” reached number one in the ranking of the United States “Billboards hot dance Airplay”.  INNA has had numerous appearances throughout Europe at the beginning of 2011, she performed a large-scale tour in France, Germany, Spain, Turkey, Lebanon and Romania.

INNA’s second studio album “I Am the Club Rocker” came out in October of that year and was even more successful in North America, including Mexico, where it was a total hit. INNA has released a total of 5 albums that have conquered the top spots in world music charts and have sold millions of copies all over the globe. INNA writes songs and sings entirely in English and Spanish, which largely predetermines her total success as the music has a universal sound for audiences around the world.

The organizers are advising everyone to buy tickets for the exclusive concert on March 17 as soon as possible, because the hall of the Palace of Culture and Sports in Veliko Tarnovo has 2,300 seats, which are expected to be sold out in a few days.

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