TRISTANIA: St. Petersburg Concert Cancelled

Norway's TRISTANIA has cancelled its previously announced March 2 concert in St. Petersburg, Russia. According to the band, "Elections in Russia will take place on the 2nd and 3rd of March, and all events on these dates have been cancelled. We are very disappointed at this as we were very much looking forward to the concert. We do hope to be able to come to St. Petersburg in the future."

Upcoming TRISTANIA shows:

Feb. 29 - Kiev, Ukraine - CCA NAU *
Mar. 01 - Moscow, Russia - Tochka *
Mar. 19-22 - Oslo, Norway - Inferno Festival
May 9-12 - Leipzig, Germany - Wave Gotik Treffen
Jul. 10-12 - Vizovice, Czech Republic - Masters Of Rock Festival


TRISTANIA recently announced the addition of Italian singer Mariangela "Mary' Demurtas to the group's ranks.

Watch Mariangela "Mary" Demurtas' video presentation below.

TRISTANIA's latest album, "Illumination", was released in January 2007 via SPV. The CD was recorded at Woodhouse Studios in Hagen, Germany with producer Waldemar Sorychta (LACUNA COIL, TIAMAT, GRIP INC.).


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