Concert Highlights in St. Petersburg

Concert Highlights in St. Petersburg
24 September 2014

Over the next couple of months, big names from both Russia and around the globe will appear in some of the city’s best venues. Tickets for big acts are always popular and sell out in no time at all, which is why we’re letting you know well in advance! Here are just a few of the brilliant acts due to perform:

Sophie Ellis-Bextor – 2014-10-03

Queen of British synth-pop, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, will grace the stages of the St. Petersburg on 3rd October! This expert performer has been delighting crowds with her unique sound since she featured on Groovejet’s ‘If This Ain’t Love’ in 2000.

Parov Stelar – 2014-10-18

Fancy something a little less ordinary? Parov Stelar are in St. Petersburg celebrating the release of their new EP ‘Clap Your Hands’. The band have taken inspiration from soul, jazz and pop to create an upbeat sound with unbeatable rhythm.

Lenny Kravitz – 2014-10-24

A powerhouse of musical talent – songwriter, producer and musician Lenny Kravitz always puts on an unforgettable show. Fans will be treated to a blistering performance, delivered with all the charisma and raw energy you’d expect from this superstar.

Руки Вверх – 2014-11-04

Руки Вверх have been a colossal superstar on the Russian music scene since they burst onto the stage in 1996. This is sure to be a wild show, as the band celebrate their 18th birthday. If you were seeking an introduction to the huge world of Russian music, there is no better place to start.

One Republic – 2014-11-09

This is the perfect chance to see the group that set the music world alight with hits such as ‘Apologize’ and ‘Out Loud’, after climbing to fame from their humble beginnings on Myspace. One Republic have a huge following, and this is their first tour in 3 years, so grab a ticket while you still can!

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