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18 September 2007

Bucharest concert venue change

Bucharest concert venue change

On October 19th Pet Shop Boys will now perform at the Sala Palatului (Palace Hall), Bucharest, Romania. We have been informed that the promoter has changed this from the Roman Arena because the Palace Hall has become available and it is his preferred venue. Tickets are on sale now. Box office details as follows: www.bilete.ro phone: +40 21 311 93 23 www.blt.ro phone: +40 726 005 622 www.biletedelatati.ro phone: +40 745 171 770 (Romania only)

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