British electronic duo Lamb, on stage in Bucharest this July
British electronic music duo Lamb will perform in Bucharest in July within the B'Estfest music festival in the Romanian capital city. The Lamb concert is scheduled for July 2, the second day of the festival.
Lamb is an electronic music duo from Manchester, England, whose music is influenced by trip hop and drum and bass. The duo consists of producer Andy Barlow, who also produces under the pseudonym Hipoptimist, and singer-songwriter Lou Rhodes. They became successful with two hit singles "Górecki" and "Gabriel".
Lamb joins a group of bands and peformers which includes joining a group of performers which includes Skunk Anansie, Pendulum, Asian Dub Foundation, Flogging Molly and House of Pain, all to perform in Bucharest in July.
The B’estfest music festival will be organized in a new location this year, north of Bucharest, 10 minutes away from the Free Press Square, in the Pipera – Tunari area, where the B’estfest camp will be set up. A 10-hectare area will host the camp, which will also include an area for tents.
During March 1-22, tickets can be bought at two prices, depending on the type of acces that offers: RON 95 tickets for a day, RON 215 for three-day ticket. For acces to the camping area, a voucher can also be bought for RON 10.
After March 22, tickets prices will be: RON 125 a day ticket, RON 265 3-day subscription and RON 15 for camping vouchers. Starting July 1, the first day of B’estfest, tickets can be purchased daily from the festival entrance at the price of RON 150, while 3-day subscriptions will be available only on the first day at a price of RON 285, plus the camping voucher for RON 15. Buy tickets online here.