Tickets for the George Enescu International Festival put up for sale

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Tickets for the George Enescu International Festival have been put up for sale starting Monday, July 19, for prices raging from RON 70 to RON 230. Organizers also announced that spectators will have access at the concerts only with observing the sanitary conditions in place and subject to the availability of the seats under pandemic circumstances.

Classic music lovers are invited to buy tickets at the anniversary edition of the renowned festival starting July 19, as of 12:00hrs.

The sale will be through Eventim network, on and at a sale point especially set up at the Athenaeum building.
As the demand is very high for the tickets, the organizers decided for a 1005 occupancy rate, but the access of the spectators will be only based on an ID card and on the following documents.
  • the official proof certifying the vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 (minimum ten days from the rappel)
  • negative PCR test conducted 48 hours before the concert at the most
  • the medical proof that the spectator is in the time frame ranging from the 15th and the 90th day after the confirmation of SARS-CoV-2 infection
  • the proof of a negative rapid antigen test not older than 24 hours before the start of the concert.
Wearing mask is mandatory during the presence in the concert hall.
29 concerts in the series of Concerts and Recitals will take place at the Romanian Athenaeum. The price of a first category ticket is RON 230 and the 2nd category tickets are RON 180.
3rd category – RON 150
4th category – RON 100
Pensioners – RON 70

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