WHITESNAKE To Perform In Cyprus For First Time

October 8, 2008

WHITESNAKE will perform in Cyprus for the first time at Eleftheria Stadium on November 13 as part of its "Good to be Bad" world tour.

Tickets went on sale today (Wednesday, October 8) at the following locations: Octagono Kiosk, Traffic Music Store and Megaland (Nicosia),Musical Paradise and Brent Cross (Limassol),Acupella (Larnaka),and Calypso Music Store (Paphos). Tickets can also be purchased online at www.whitesnakecy.com. Prices start at 42 euros for arena tickets, to 50 euros for seated tickets and 85 euros for a limited number of VIP tickets. For information, call 77 77 29 39.

WHITESNAKE is hosted in Cyprus by Moonlight Endless Productions, the masterminds behind the appearance of the famous DJ Tiesto together with Energy TV.

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