Lara Sophi Katy Crokaert , better known as Lara Fabian, is a Canadian-Belgian singer. She has sold over 13 million records worldwide and is one of the best-selling Belgian artists of all time.

Lara Fabian, much loved artist by the Romanian audience, returns to Bucharest and Cluj to enjoy fans with songs from her new album, Camouflage, as well as her famous hits such as Je T’aime and Je suis malade.

The new album of Lara Fabian is very fresh, the artist chose to follow a younger and very fresh vibe. In her international tour, she also includes two cities in Romania, because she is very loved by us, romanians. Cluj and Bucharest will enjoy an exceptional concert in March 2018.

Cluj Napoca – On 29 th March 2018 at 20:00  – Polyvalent Hall (Sala Polivalenta)

Bucharest – On 31 st March 2018 at 20:00 – Palace Hall (Sala Palatului)

Cancellation / Prepayment

For Cluj-Napoca 


Starting from 40 € up to 50 €.

Ticket + Hotel

Starting from 130 € depending on your preferences. (Ticket + 2 nights accomodation).

For Bucharest


Starting from 50 € up to 70 €.

Ticket + Hotel

Starting from 150 € depending on your preferences. (Ticket + 2 nights accomodation).

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Cluj-Napoca, commonly known as Cluj, is the second most populous city in Romania, after the national capital Bucharest, and the seat of Cluj County in the northwestern part of the country. Geographically, it is roughly equidistant from Bucharest (324 kilometres (201 miles)), Budapest (351 km (218 mi)) and Belgrade (322 km (200 mi)). Located in the Someșul Mic River valley, the city is considered the unofficial capital to the historical province of Transylvania. From 1790 to 1848 and from 1861 to 1867, it was the official capital of the Grand Principality of Transylvania. Other names for the city include: German: Klausenburg; Hungarian: Kolozsvár.

As of 2011, 324,576 inhabitants live within the city limits, marking a slight increase from the figure recorded at the 2002 census. The Cluj-Napoca metropolitan area has a population of 411,379 people,while the population of the peri-urban area (Romanian: zona periurbană) exceeds 420,000 residents. The new metropolitan government of Cluj-Napoca became operational in December 2008. According to a 2007 estimate provided by the County Population Register Service, the city hosts a visible population of students and other non-residents—an average of over 20,000 people each year during 2004–2007. The city spreads out from St. Michael’s Church in Unirii Square, built in the 14th century and named after the Archangel Michael, the patron saint of Cluj-Napoca. The boundaries of the municipality contain an area of 179.52 square kilometres (69.31 sq mi).

Cluj-Napoca experienced a decade of decline during the 1990s, its international reputation suffering from the policies of its mayor at the time, Gheorghe Funar. Today, the city is one of the most important academic, cultural, industrial and business centres in Romania. Among other institutions, it hosts the country’s largest university, Babeș-Bolyai University, with its famous botanical garden; nationally renowned cultural institutions; as well as the largest Romanian-owned commercial bank. In 2015, Cluj-Napoca was European Youth Capital.

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In the past few years Bucharest, the capital of Romania, has become a lively city, with new hotels, good gourmet restaurants, glamorous clubs, green animated parks with romantic cafes. ‘ The Old Centre’ (or Old Town or Historic Centre), as it is called, has transformed in a place for parties, with many bars, cafe’s, wine bars, restaurants and art corners. People come here relaxed and willing for good time in a friendly atmosphere surrounded by old romantic buildings that are being renovated and restored. Here is the place where you can have a friendly, safe and affordable party or great relaxing time.

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Sala Palatului (The Palace Hall) in Bucharest, Romania is a conference centre and concert hall immediately behind the National Museum of Art of Romania, the former royal palace in the heart of the city. It was built between 1959 and 1960, during the communist era. It has been the site of conferences such as the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, the World Congress on Population, the World Congress on Energy, and the World Congress of the Red Cross. The main hall can accommodate up tp 4,060 spectators.

The Palace Hall is near Victory Avenue (Calea Victoriei) which is a major avenue in central Bucharest. It leads from Splaiul Independentei (which runs parallel to the Dâmbovita River) to the north and then northwest up to Piata Victoriei, where Soseaua Kiseleff continues north. On this avenue you can find a lot of bars, cafes and restaurants (Starbucks, Bistro Atelier, Il Calcio, Caserola) and also historic buildings such as CEC Head Office, The National History Museum, The Military Circle, Grand Hotel Continental.


Sala Polivalenta (Polyvalent Hall) located on Stadium Street at the intersection between Uzina Electrica Street and Independentei Avenue is a multifunctional arena in the city of Cluj-Napoca. It's used as a local sports arena for men's and women's basketball, volleyball and handball teams in the city. The Arena can accomodate up to 10.000 spectators.

Polyvalent Hall is close to Central Park which is a large public, urban park in central Cluj-Napoca. It was founded in the 19th century and it located on the southern shore of Someşul Mic River. The Park is now home to the University of Arts and Design and to the Chemistry Faculty of the Babeş-Bolyai University. During 2012, the Central Park was site of an important restoration process, especially for the building of the Old Casino.

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