Lazy Monday invites everyone to make the best of Monday, organizing a big British event in the Herastrau Park in Bucharest.
Two British bands, James and the Public Service Broadcasting duo will perform in the above-mentioned park on July 11.
The headliner of the event is James, one of the best British bands, veteran of the independent rock. Boasting a history of more than 30 years, 14 studio albums and over 25 millions copies sold worldwide, James’s hits such as Sit Down, Laid, Come Home, She’s A Star or Getting Away With It (All Messed Up) have flooded the alternative radios’ rankings and the speakers of the beach parties in Vama Veche on the Romanian Black Sea shore.
Their latest album, Girl At The End Of The World, released on March 18 this year, is considered the best ever. “Live performances are the essence of the band”, says bass singer Jim Gleenie. Actor and dancer, the vocalist Tim Booth makes the James gigs some electrifying experiences.
Public Service Broadcasting British duo is the second headliner of Lazy Monday.
More and more topping the BBC’s favorite list for “Best of the Year”, Willgoose, Esq. and Wrigglesworth are creating instrumental music by mixing alternative beats, art rock, indie rock, electronic music, dance-punk and krautrock.
Tickets are available at Iabilet.ro. Prices are ranging according to the purchase moment and to the distance from the stage. Until July 10, a ticket for the second category (without seat) costs RON 175, first category- RON 200 and VIP- RON 220.
On July 11, the second category- RON 195, first category- RON 220 and VIP- RON 240.