On the first day of spring, locally favored Falcon Club Arena will reveal itself to the stylish youth in the new capacity – it will serve as the venue for Bastille’s first concert in Belarus. The Arena passed the test of world-class and European sports events, luxuriant corporate parties, hosted several invitation-only events attended by famous artists and is now getting ready to open its doors to all metropolitan music lovers.
“We are happy that it is going to be our Arena that will introduce Bastille to music lovers. The combination of good music and excellent show will make us look good – as a concert venue able to adapt to and face tasks of any difficulty. We have approached the matter of equipment and decorations with particular care to meet the requirements of world stars and our demanding spectators. Falcon Club Arena can comfortably host up to 3 500 persons per concert. The Arena was tested for private functions by The Rasmus, Joe Lynn Turner, Filipp Kirkorov, Krisina Si and the Belarusian band J:Mopc. And now every resident of Minsk has the opportunity to appreciate Falcon Club Arena and enjoy quality music,” commented Renatas Nacajus, Director of Falcon Club Sports and Entertainment Complex.
Falcon Club Arena aims to become the center of gravity for fashionable people and high-profile events in Minsk. And Bastille’s concert is an excellent chance to dress up and go meet the spring!
Bastille, the Breakthrough of the Year
Bastille’s total number of copies sold is over eight million. This is even more stunning considering that the band’s first studio album Bad Blood was released only in 2013. The release was sold in the US around five million times and 2.5 million more in the UK.
The video clip for Pompeii from the debut album only on the official Youtube channel got over 350 million views.