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"Scorpions" to give concert in Riga

29.05.2013

This fall, German rock legends "Scorpions" will return to the Latvian capital to perform a concert at "Arena Riga", LETA was informed by concert agency "E.M. Concert" representative Kristine Tjarve.

This fall, German rock legends "Scorpions" will return to the Latvian capital to perform a concert at "Arena Riga", LETA was informed by concert agency "E.M. Concert" representative Kristine Tjarve.

"Scorpions" will rock "Arena Riga" on November 10. Tickets to the concert will be available at all ''Bilesu Serviss'' ticket outlets already tomorrow (May 9). During the first 24 hours, all tickets will cost 20 percent less, ranging from 15 to 20 lats.

The band promises an exciting show, the latest stage technology, video, lighting and sound effects, as well as fireworks.

"Scorpions" admit that they want to bid farewell to their remarkable career and they want to do so on a high note. The band is thankful that, after so many years, their music is still perceived with passion. "Scorpions" have come to a unanimous decision that they have reached the pinnacle of their musical career.

With the remaining concerts, "Scorpions" intend to conclude their tour - their "goodbye" to all fans worldwide.

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