Vanessa will visit Moscow and perform at Crocus City Hall!
If you live in Moscow, then I have great news for you! Vanessa-Mae will be making a visit on March 7, 2018 at Crocus City Hall. She has performed there annually for years. If you live anywhere close by, consider yourself lucky!! If you missed her last concert, another opportunity awaits. Information about getting tickets can be found here. Due to demand, you may not want to wait too long to buy.
Russia is one of her favorite places to visit. Furthermore, I have found that no two concerts are alike. Many thanks to Display for relaying this information. Finally, just for fun, I’ve linked a few videos from her recent visits to Moscow. Go to Youtube to find more because there’s quite a bit to look at.
Vanessa-Mae is continuing her tour she started back in February. This time, she plays two concerts in Bratislava just a few days ago. Right now, there has not been much footage uploaded of the concert. However, I included what I did find below. I will continue to update this page as more videos become available.
She looks great as always, and once again wears a beautiful pink dress. It seems like the same one she wore at her Valentine’s Day concert. She did wear another dress, but the footage is quite grainy. Unfortunately, I am not able to tell much as the fan who recorded it was quite far from the stage.
May will be a busy month for Vanessa-Mae! She has concerts planned in Macedonia, Israel and Poland all before month’s end. As a result, you can expect to be seeing more footage from these appearances.
Videos (constantly updated)
[updated 5/25/17] Vanessa performs concerts in Caesaria and Skopje!
Vanessa-Mae will perform at the Ondrej Nepela Arena in Bratislava, Slovakia on May 11, 2017. Furthermore, the Czech Bohemian Symphony Orchestra Prague (BSOP) will accompany her.
About the Ondrej Nepela Arena ..
At capacity, this arena can hold over 10,000 people. It’s one of the most cutting-edge facilities after undergoing renovation back in 2011. Now, it has noteworthy features such as LED scoreboards and the like. The makeover was done at the request of the President of Slovakia. The cost of the project is around 87 million euros. Check out the pictures below as it’s quite a sight to behold.
In case you’re wondering, Ondreg Nepela is the name of a 1972 Czechoslovakian Winter Olympics skating champion.