Blaj aLive, the music festival taking place on Romania’s “Liberty Field”, announces the official dates for 2015 and the first artists confirmed for the Main Stage: Sunrise Avenue, Șuie Paparude and Coma (RO), between 5th and 6th of June.
The Finnish band Sunrise Avenue, with over 1 million albums sold worldwide and 3 EMMA prizes will perform at Blaj aLive 2015. The most vivid expression of Scandinavian pop-rock and an electrifying presence on stages around the world, Sunrise Avenue will bring a handful of hit songs: Fairytale Gone Bad, Hollywood Hills, The Whole Story, along with several legendary albums: Unholy Ground and Out of Style. Șuie Paparude and Coma are invited for the first time in the festival, completing the electronic, pop-rock and new-wave music on the Blaj aLive stages.
Also known as the place where the Great National Assembly took place in 1848, the “Liberty Field” acquired a whole new meaning over the past 3 years. The Blaj aLive project was conceived based on the core values grounded during the historical National Assembly in Blaj: liberty, equality, fraternity and cultural development through proper education. Blaj aLive believes in the power of music bringing people altogether and in our own power to redo community’s trust in fundamental values.
In 2014, Blaj aLive gathered 11.000 people, among 30 top artists such as Seether, Awolnation, Kenny Larkin or Matias Aguayo. Festival passes for Blaj aLive 2015 cost 30 lei until the end of this year, and the price will increase up to 90 lei during the festival days. Campers should acquire a special festival pass, that costs extra 50 lei than the regular pass in all presale phases.
Tickets are already for sale in Eventim and MyTicket. Blaj aLive is initiated by Bosch-Rexroth and organized in partnership with Blaj Municipality and the Alba County Council through ″Augustin Bena″ Cultural Center in Alba.