Jamala concert tickets sell out at record speed
Ukrainian jazz singer is the winner of Eurovision 2016
Jamala’s yesterday’s concert in ‘Ukraine’ Palace concert hall in Kyiv sold out tickets at record speed, reports ‘Vesti’.
It has been reported, that 4,000 tickets have been sold for Jamala’s concert in 5 days.
Right after Jamala won Eurovision 2016, almost 2,000 tickets for her concert have been sold in two days, thus, an additional concert has been announced.
The excitement around the singer’s concerts have been raised after she became the winner of Eurovision, since before that she barely managed to fill up much smaller concert halls.
People say, Jamala’s music is not for mass audiences.
Jamala performed in a white pant suit, since her costume from Eurovision performance is being exhibited in Stockholm Eurovision Museum.
Jamala plans to go on another tour in autumn.
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