Eros Ramazotti Budapest 2023

More than 10,000 people are expected to attend the Eros Ramazotti concert in Budapest Sportarena on April 19 in, 2023. Will you be one of them?

Budapest Sportarena is Hungary’s second-largest indoor concert venue, with space for more than 12,500 people. Eros Ramazotti has been to Budapest many times, and he always attracts the interest of locals and tourists coming for his concerts. If you want to combine a trip to Budapest and an Eros Ramazotti concert, this is an excellent chance to do so.

Eros Ramazotti Budapest 2023

Budapest Sportarena
April 19


The cheapest tickets cost 15,000 HUF (37 euros), while the most expensive tickets cost 25,000 HUF (60 euros). There are still tickets available for the event, so if you are interested, you can easily attend this concert.

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Eros Ramazotti Budapest 2013

Eros Ramazotti concert in Budapest
Eros Ramazotti concert in Budapest

Who doesn’t know Eros Ramazotti? Almost everyone dance slowly with his or her love while the Italian singer’s melody sounds in the background. However Eros has a place in the music life more than thirty years ago, he doesn’t get old! He has released his newest album, Noi in November 2012. Don’t miss Eros Ramazotti’s concert in 8 May 2013 in the Budapest Sportarena, in Budapest!

Eros Ramazotti is an Italian singer, who was born in an outer district of Rome in 1963 as a child of a room painter. His singer career has started in the music festival of Castrocaro in 1982, when he reached the finals with his song, Rock’80. After that he sighed up with the DDD records and moved to Milan.

Especially he is famous about his romantic ballads, frequently biographical influenced melodies and duets. He worked with Tina Turner, Cher and Andrea Bocelli too. With the last one he has two common works.

Obviously Eros Ramazotti’s concert will be an unforgettable experience for everybody who loves demanding and lovely music. The concert will be in the Budapest Sportarena, what is the most important stadium of the Hungarian capital, Budapest. Most concerts are in here. First time it opened in 1982, but unfortunately it fired in 1999. It reopened in 2003, it was the time when they changed the name from Budapest Sportcsarnok to Budapest Sportarena.

Its capacity is 12 500 people. The transportation to the stadium has many opportunities with the capital’s red metro, which is the metro line two.

Spend a few days in Budapest, enjoy the Hungarian springtime, and after that have a great party at Eros Ramazotti’s concert! Have fun!

Eros Ramazotti concert in Budapest

May 5th, 2013
Budapest Sportarena

Tickets: – WorldTicketShop

Eros Ramazotti Budapest 2009

Eros Ramazotti is coming to Budapest in 2009, and the concert will be held in the Papp Laszló Budapest Sportarena November 3rd, 19:30. So if you would like to watch Eros Luciano Walter Ramazotti (which is his full name) live, you got the chance now.


Thursday, November 3, 19:30
Papp László Budapest Sportaréna, Budapest, Hungary

Eros Ramazotti (source: Wikipedia)
Eros Luciano Walter Ramazzotti (born on October 28, 1963), known simply as Eros Ramazzotti, is an Italian singer and songwriter. Ramazzotti, who is one of the most popular artists in Italy is well known not only in most non English-speaking European countries but also in most of the Spanish-speaking world as he has released most of his albums in both Italian and Spanish. Since 1984, he has released nine studio albums, one EP, two compilation albums, two live albums as well as 34 singles, all of which have charted noticeably high in many European countries as well as in South and Central America. Ramazzotti has sold over 40 million records in his 23 years of career. The Italian star has done duets with several prestigious artists such as Cher, Tina Turner, Andrea Bocelli, Patsy Kensit, Anastacia, Joe Cocker, Luciano Pavarotti, Laura Pausini, and Ricky Martin Ramazzotti first gained international success in 1993, after the release of his Tutte storie, with which he managed to occupy the top five in every country wherein he had his previous albums released. After amassing six million in album sales of Tutte storie, in 1994, he got a record contract with BMG International. His success greatly lies beneath his unique voice which could be described as somewhat nasal but yet a bit aggressive at the same time and he always delivers catchy, melodic tunes throughout the refrains of his songs which are passionate autobiographical ballads often rich in soft-rock influence.

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