Festival Summer Well Festival 2013
Saturday, August 10th, 2013 – 15:00 – Music Festival
ORANGE presents Summer Well Festival 2013, a special music event that will bring near Bucharest 10 big concerts in a beautiful nature setting!
A festival like a holiday!
10TH OF AUGUST
Their debut album, launched in 2009, was included on the list "Best of the year" of Rolling Stone and NME. In 2010 they received the Mercury prize for the best album of the year and in 2013 they were nominees of Brit Awards for the category "Best British Group". Their newest song, "Together", is present on the soundtrack of "The Great Gatsby".
One of the most talented guitar players from the new British musicians’ generation, Eugene McGuinness is known for his hit “Sugarplum”. But recently songs such as “Lion” or “Harlequinade” are heard more often in the radio playlists from around the world; his new album, "The Invitation to the Voyage" has received a lot of positive reviews and brought him to the attention of music lovers form around the world.
BLOOD RED SHOES
11TH OF AUGUST
Suede started the brit-pop revolution and they are rousing it in 2013. Their new album, "Bloodsports", was released this year and the critics consider it one of the best comebacks from the recent British music history. But Suede is more than a good studio band, you have to listen to Suede live, as their shows are great and in 2013 Brett & Co. are in an extraordinary shape.
Second album from The Vaccines, "Come of Age" (launched last year) entered directly the first place in Great Britain. 2013 brought them a nominee at Brit Awards for Best Live Act, and two at NME Awards: Best British Band and Best Album. On 6th of July they will play in the opening of The Rolling Stones in Hyde Park, London, and on 11th of August they are back in Romania for Summer Well!
"Arc", the new album Everything Everything is one of the favourites for winning Mercury Prize 2013. The album made the four British stars, and their song "Kemosabe", is one of the hits of this year. Everything Everything will play this year at Glastonbury, T in the Park, Benicassim, Isle of Wight and of course, Summer Well.
They are charismatic, they dress stylishly and they play quite well. Spector is the perfect band for Summer Well. Their music is a combination between “Roxy Music and The Strokes, The Killers and Kanye West”. Their first album, "Enjoy It While It Lasts", was released in august last year and we are going to celebrate one year since its release during Summer Well. “Chevy Thunder”, “Never Fade Away” or “Grey Shirt and Tie” are to be listened on 11th of August in Bucharest.
The Family Rain finished the recording of their new album with the producer Jim Abbiss, with whom Arctic Monkeys has worked for their first album. Their new song, "Trust me… I'm a genius" is already known, a new single (“Pushing It”) was recently released and their album will be released this year by Mercury Records.
Tickets are available for pre-sale in Orange stores and online on www.easytickets.ro, www.eventim.ro
15.05-15.06 - 129 lei
16.05-09.08 - 149 lei
10-11.08 - 169 lei (at the venue)
There will be a special bus line for Summer Well festival, that will depart from Muzeul Taranului Roman (The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant – near Victoria Square) starting 14:30, until 01:00 am. In Buftea, the buses will leave from the special bus station located near the entrance of Stirbey Domain.
One way ticket is 3.5 lei for those having electronic wallet. For the rest, round trip tickets are available for 7 lei.
Within the festival, it's not allowed the enter with:
-Guns, chains, dangerous objects;
-Professional photo, film and other recording equipment;
-Motorcycle or bike helmets.
The organizers won't store and guard the objects written above.
The participants will receive a wristband in exchange for their ticket.
Free entry for the kids below 12 years old, accompanied by at least one of the parents.
Pets are not allowed.
The festival's program is: 15:00 - 02:00 (after 02:00, the access within the domain is forbidden)
The special bus line is not operated by the organizer, but by RATB. The festival is not responsible for delays or any other inconvenience.