MANOWAR, IGGY POP and MOTÖRHEAD are among the confirmed headliners for B'Estfest 2009, seet to take place July 1-5 in Bucharest, Romania. The event is divided into three parts: Day Zero (July 1), The Festival (July 2-4) and the Aftershock (July 5).

B'Estfest was recently named "The Romanian toursim event of 2008" during "The Superlatives of Romanian tourism" gala, which was organized by the County Counsel of Suceava, Vacante & Calatorii magazine and the Amphiteatre Foundation, in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism. The event featured many economical agents, tourism operators and representatives of public institutions among the participants. In addition to handing out the awards for the best touristic ideas and projects of 2008, the event hosted a series of discussions regarding the development of cultural, mountainous, seaside or spa tourism at a national level.

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