Dimmu Borgir To Play Live With Orchestra And Choir

artist: dimmu borgir date: 05/02/2011 category: upcoming tours
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Dimmu Borgir To Play Live With Orchestra And Choir
Norwegian symphonic black metal band Dimmu Borgir will play a special "never-to-be-repeated" show with 53 members of Kork (The Norwegian Radio Orchestra) and 30 members of The Schola Cantorum Choir. All the members of choir and orchestra were invited as musical guests on the bands Billboard charted ninth studio album "Abrahadabra", which indicates that Dimmu Borgir has been planning this gig for quite a long time. The show which is scheduled at Saturday, May 28 and was an ambition of Dimmu Borgir as Dimmu guitarist Silenoz, states this event as "yet another ambition becomes reality!" Dimmu Borgir promises this how to be a momentous once-in-a-lifetime experience for the fans. This is the only scheduled show that Dimmu has planned for the summer. So, for now this is the only chance for the fans to see them live this season. Only 150 V.I.P will be available priced at 1,500 Norwegian kroner each (around $265). Ticket will include a Meet & Greet with the band one hour before doors, free tapas & beer, and a view of the entire performance from a special riser. These special opportunities, plus this being a special never repeated show, make this gig a big one for the hardcore Dimmu fan. And when you add this as the only show of the season, this becomes the temple for Dimmu worshipers. Thanks for the report to TheGuitarGuy.
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