ENTOMBED To Appear With Royal Swedish Ballet At Grammis Awards

ENTOMBED will perform with the Royal Swedish Ballet at the Swedish Grammis (Grammy) awards, which are scheduled to be broadcast live via TV4 on Thursday, February 14th. As previously reported, ENTOMBED have lined up eight appearances at the Royal Opera Hall in Stockholm, Sweden beginning on February 15th as part of a show called Unreal Estate, with the band doing a 45-minute set of brand new, specially-composed original material while surrounded by 30 ballet dancers and a 10-year-old kid. The eight performances will take place on the following dates: Feb. 15, Feb. 16, Feb. 20, Feb. 21, Feb. 22, Feb. 26, Feb. 28, and Mar. 01. ENTOMBED's set will reportedly be the third and final set of the overall show, and it will call for two choreographers, Bogdan Szyber and Carina Reich, to get the ballet dancers performing around the band. For more information on the opera, visit the official Swedish web site at www.operan.se.


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