RAMMSTEIN Performance Director To Stage Show Dedicated To Bulgaria's EU Entry

According to SofiaEcho.com, RAMMSTEIN director of light and music performances Gert Hoff is to stage a spectacular show in Sofia, commemorating Bulgaria's EU accession.

The show is to start in the first minutes of January 1, 2007, after Bulgaria officially becomes union member.

Hoff is the creator of spectacular live gigs. He received an MTV award for his achievements, Avtora.com reported.

More than 20 million people have witnessed shows that Hoff staged. He has worked on projects for bands like SCORPIONS, MOTÖRHEAD and EINSTURZENDE N?UBAUTEN.

The light show in Bulgaria is to take place in the centre of Sofia. All national television channels will broadcast live.

Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev is expected to attend the show. More than 200 people technical staff will work on the performance.


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