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''Scissor Sisters'' to perform concert in Riga this September

05.07.2012

Celebrating its one-year anniversary this September, the Latvian concert venue ''Palladium'' will host a special concert by the New York pop-rock band ''Scissor Sisters'', LETA was informed by ''Positivus Music'' concert agency spokeswoman Maija Anna Ludbarza.

Celebrating its one-year anniversary this September, the Latvian concert venue ''Palladium'' will host a special concert by the New York pop-rock band ''Scissor Sisters'', LETA was informed by ''Positivus Music'' concert agency spokeswoman Maija Anna Ludbarza.

The ''Scissor Sisters'' concert will take place on September 16.

The ''Palladium'' concert venue in Riga opened its doors on September 30, 2011. Over the past year, the venue has hosted various concerts by foreign and local musicians.

This year, the ''Scissor Sisters'' released their fourth album, and last performed in Latvia in 2010 at the ''Positivus'' music festival.

During their career, the ''Scissor Sisters'' have worked together with several world-famous musicians, including U2, Kylie Minogue, ''Depeche Mode'' and ''Duran Duran''.

The group has a connection with Latvia, as its bass guitarist's great grandfather was born in Latvia, Ludbarza mentioned.

Tickets to the concert will go on sale tomorrow at all ''Bilesu Serviss'' ticket outlets.

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