More superstars heading to Denmark
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Mariah Carey and AC/DC have announced concerts in Copenhagen and Aarhus next year
Mariah Carey will perform at Forum in Copenhagen on March 29 next year as part of her ‘Sweet sweet fantasy’ worldwide tour.
The pop-music diva is making something of a comeback this year, albeit with a greatest hits album, ‘Mariah Carey #1 To Infinity’.
It has been 13 years since the superstar toured Europe, and fans can look forward to hearing some of her biggest hits such as ‘Hero’, ‘Fantasy’, ‘Always Be My Baby’ and ‘We Belong Together’.
Tickets will go on sale on December 17 at 10 am via livenation.dk and billetnet.dk and will cost 370-750 kroner plus fees.
Australian rockers coming back
Meanwhile, AC/DC have announced they are coming back to Denmark next year too.
This time they will rock the stage of Ceres Park in Aarhus on June 12 as part of their ‘Rock or Bust’ tour.
The Australian rockers performed at Roskilde last summer, two weeks prior to the Roskilde Festival.
Ticket sales for their 2016 concert will kick off on Wednesday December 18 at 10 am via livenation.dk and billetnet.dk.
Tickets price will range from 470-850 kroner plus fees.
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