Euphoria Music Hall is proud to be the host of Retro Stage, during Untold Festival, the most awaited festival of the year.
The retro parties will ofer to the participants, a wonderful meeting with the retro rythms of the 80s and 90s, having as guests the well known artists: BONEY M., EAST 17 and CULTURE BEAT.
Portile se deschid la ora 22:00, iar accesul se face pe baza bratarii de la Untold sau cu taxa de 30 lei achitata la intrare.
Doors will open at 10 PM and Boney M. are expected to take the stage until 12 PM.
The public can enjoy the retro journey with the Untold Bracelet but there are also tickets available at the entrance. The cost for one ticket is 30 lei.
The retro experience starts on Day 2 Friday July 31st, at 00:00 with the vocal group Boney M., created by German record producer Frank Farian. Originally based in Germany, the four original members of the group’s official lineup were Jamaicanborn singers Lizz Mitchell and Marcia
The band was formed in 1976 and achieved popularity during the disco era of the late 1970s.
Since the 1980s, various lineups of the band have performed with different personnel. Boney M. will delight the public with a mix of reggae, disco, funk, gospel, soul and rock. An endless stream of unforgettable, sensational hits, like “Rasputin”, “Rivers of Babylon”, or Barrett, Maizie Williams from Monserrat and Bobby Farrell from Aruba. “Daddy Cool” will throw every listener back in time.
The band has gone through multiple lineup changes over the years. They achieved the most success while fronted by singer Tania Evans and rapper Jay Supreme.
Their 1993 single “Mr. Vain” was a numberone hit in eleven European countries and the act is thought to have sold more than 10 million records worldwide.
Culture Beat will conquer the participants with rich vocals, strong bass rhythm and melodic hooks.
The English pop boy band group is composed of the original members John Hendy, Terry Coldwell and the newest addition to the line-up, Robbie Craig.
The original line-up also featured Brian Harvey and Tony Mortimer. Formed in Walthamstow, London in 1991, the band has achieved 18 Top 20 singles and four Top 10 albums, and was one of the UK’s most popular boy bands during the early to mid-1990s. Their boy band style was unique, occasionally blending rap and pop in songs such as “House of Love” and “Let It Rain”.