EVENTS FOR THE UPCOMING WEEKS Florence and the Uffizi Gallery 3D When: January 27 Where: Happy Cinema , Bucharest What: multidimensional art documentary “Florence and the Uffizi Gallery 3D” is more than a regular art documentary, it is indeed a multidimensional journey into the timeless beauty of Italian Renaissance with the help of 3D technology. This is the first time an art documentary is using 3D vision to explore the open air museum that is Florence, in an unprecedented immersive way. Crazy Town When: January 21 Where: Hard Rock Cafe, Bucharest What: rap rock concert Crazy Town is an American rap rock band, formed in 1995 by Bret Mazur and Seth Binzer. The band is best known for their 2000 hit single, “Butterfly”, which reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and helped their debut album, The Gift of Game (1999) sell over 1.5 million units. Their most recent album is called “The Brimstone Sluggers” and it has been released in 2015 and the song “Born to Raise Hell” has been very appreciated by their fans around the world. Crazy Town has been in concerts recently with bands like Drowning Pool and Puddle Of Mudd in a tour named ”Epic”. Currently Crazy Town are working on a new album. For the concert they will have in Bucharest on January 21st there will be two bands opening the show: For the Win (USA) and Confessions of a Traitor (UK). Alexandra Uşurelu When: January 29 Where: National Theater Bucharest What: pop music ”Lumea, cum ai vrea să fie”-“The World as You Would Want it to Be” is a new production worth mentioning by Alexandra Uşurelu and her band featuring flute, harp, strings ensemble and a vocal group. The new production will present new songs with a highly diversified sound, along with older ones the public appreciates. Uşurelu is one of the most successful Romanian artists, with over 400 national concerts to date, being the youngest artist to perform two original sold out concerts during the same day at the National Theater Bucharest. BUCHAREST GAMING week When: January 23-28 Where: Bucharest, Romexpo What: gaming industry festival Initially announced in December, Bucharest Gaming Week has been postponed due to the royal funerals and has been rescheduled for the second half of January BGW is an event meant to highligting the creativity of Romanian artists in the gaming industry with dedicated exhibitions and conferences, bringing to Bucharest the most notable developers from Romania and around the world. Along with pro tournaments, BGW offers a wide array of activities and experiences for gamers of all ages, from amateur tournaments and contests to hands-on sessions with the latest games and gadgets, Virtual Reality, mobile games, as well as meeting some of Romania’s well-known streamers and vloggers.>>More details on www.bucharestgamingeeek.ro or arcub.ro. The Mirrors When: January 31 Where: Control Club, Bucharest What: experimental music concert The Mirrors is a band from Tucson Arizona that describe their music as Sonoran Trance Music. The musicians Nik Rayne, Grant Beyschau, Miguel Urbina, Kellen Fortier, Casey Hadland will perform in Control after the opening act of Romanian band Roadkill Soda, who describe their music as Rock’n’Roll with an attitude. For more information (and cool cover art) on The Mirrors visit their website themyrrors.bandcamp.com Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.