Chris Rea will perform in Budapest in Papp Laszlo Budapest Sportarena on February 15th, 2012 – the day after Valentines day. So, if you like Chris Rea, why not bring your love with you to Budapest, enjoy some good restaurants, romantic swim in the Szechenyi Thermal Bath on Valentines day, and then totally enjoy the Chris Rea concert on February 15th? Good idea, huh?
Chris Rea Budapest 2012 Budapest Sportarena February 15th, 20.00
Chris Rea is coming to Budapest in February 2010 during his Europe and UK tour. Chris Rea was born in 1951 in Middlesbrough, he has sold more than 30 million albums and he is known for his rusty and crispy voice. In Budapest he will perform in the Budapest Sportarena February 4th, and the concert starts at 19.30.
Chris Rea Budapest
Papp Laszló Budapest Sportarena
February 4, 2010 – 19:30
Chris Rea Press Release: The brand new single from Chris Rea Come So Far, Yet Still So Far To Go will be released as a physical 7” and digital single on September 28th 2009 and the ballad Valentino will be released early December 2009.
The greatest hits collection Still So Far To Go – The Best Of Chris Rea will be released on October 5th 2009.
This double CD set will be launched with a special, invitation only, London show at Bush Hall on September 29th where Chris will play a greatest hits set as well as previewing new material including Come So Far, Yet Still So Far To Go and Valentino.
2010 will see Chris return to both touring and recording as he records a new studio album for Warner Music and embarks on a full European & UK tour.
Fool (If You Think It’s Over), On The Beach, Let’s Dance, Josephine, Stainsby Girls and I Can Hear Your Heartbeat will be included in brand new remastered versions alongside seminal Rea tracks including Working On It, The Road To Hell (Part 2), Auberge, God’s Great Banana Skin and Julia on the 2-CD greatest hits package.
Revisit the musical journey of one of the UK’s foremost singers and songwriters as Come So Far, Yet Still So Far To Go – The Best Of Chris Rea definitively chronicles the incredible career of Middlesbrough’s greatest export and finest son.
Completely remastered, the album will also feature an exclusive selection of Chris’s new paintings and all the original 7” single and album cover images.
Chris’s career spans thirty years and he has sold over 30 million albums: both The Road To Hell in 1989 and Auberge in 1991 debuted at No.1 in the UK cementing his position as arguably one of the country’s finest musicians and songwriters.