LORDI To Peform On Belgian TV

January 25, 2007

According to Belgovision.com, Finnish "monster metallers" LORDI are one of the scheduled performers at a huge musical television show that will be broadcast on Saturday, March 24 from the Esplanade of the Atomium in Belgium. The three-hour program, which will air on Belgium's Flemish and French channels VRT and RTBF, will feature thirty of Europe's top artists, including THE CORRS, SIMPLY RED, KIM WILDE and JULIO IGLESIAS. All of them will provide a musical spectacle under the balls of the Atomium. In addition to the concert, exhibitions and other initiatives will be held to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. On 25th March 1957, two treaties were signed in Rome by Belgium, France, West Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, founding the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community.

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