Violetta Live to return to Poland in August 2015

Following huge demand for additional polish cities, Violetta Live will visit Warsaw and Krakow as part of ITS 2015 International Tour.

Warsaw, 12 December 2014: Following the huge interest and extraordinary demand for Violetta Live tickets for Lodz, The Walt Disney Company Poland today announces that the new 2015 International concert tour Violetta Live will return to Poland. The concert will take place in Warsaw on 22nd August 2015 at 7PM and in Kraków on 25th August 2015 at 7PM.

Ticket prices are from 129 pln. Tickets are available on www.livenation.pl. For more information visit www.disney.pl/violettalive.

V.I.P. Tickets:


22nd August 2015 Warsaw National Stadium 7PM
25th August 2015 Krakow Krakow Arena 7PM

PVioletta Live will feature original cast members from the TV series including Martina Stoessel who plays Violetta. Joining Martina live on stage will be Jorge Blanco (Leon); Diego Dominguez (Diego); Facundo Gambande (Maxi); Mercedes Lambre (Ludmila); Candelaria Molfese (Camila) Samuel Nascimiento (Broduey); Alba Rico Navarro (Naty); and Ruggero Pascquarelli (Federico). The cast will perform favourite hit songs from seasons 1, 2 and En Gira from season 3 of Violetta. This all-new concert will also include a team of nine high energy dancers, an amazing five-piece band, incredible set and lighting designs, high impact choreography, breath-taking technical elements and stunning new costume designs.

  • 240 square metre HD LED system with 3 moving curved LED screens
  • Spectacular visual effects including snow, 4500 kg of confetti and 20,000 kg of pyrotechnics for the entire European tour
  • Artists will fly over the stage and audience
  • A production team of over 130 people
  • 8 trailers will transport the concert around Europe
In 2013/14 the first concert tour, Violetta In Concert, opened in Asunción, Paraguay in September 2013 before transferring to Europe with 62 performances in 15 cities across Spain, Italy and France. In total the tour sold almost one million tickets over 200 shows across 12 countries. The tour was followed by a theatrically released concert special which captured the full-length live performance and gave fans a peek into what happens behind the scenes during a live concert tour.

Now filming its third TV season, Violetta has been a runaway hit in every market where it has launched. Called the first ‘soap’ for kids, viewers have been gripped by the dramatic twists and turns of Violetta’s teenage life, as she sings and dances her way through the challenges of being a talented teenager newly returned to her native Buenos Aires after many years living in Europe. Dubbed in 15 languages, Violetta had more than 40 million viewers tuning into the show between April and June 2014. Violetta is the #1 spontaneous favourite character in Belgium South, France, Italy, Poland and Spain amongst Girls 6-14.

In addition to the TV series, Violetta has also had huge product success across multiple categories including fashion, home, stationery, accessories, beauty, toys, electronics, books and magazines, selling more than three million books and one million diaries in EMEA alone. The cast of Violetta have also had multiple platinum records with over two million worldwide sales to date.

Violetta has over 350 million YouTube views globally with more YouTube searches than Justin Bieber in Italy, Spain and France.

Charlie Coleman, VP Marketing for Violetta EMEA from The Walt Disney Company EMEA said “Though Violetta was a TV series first, it was clear from the outset that it had the potential to become a multi-platform property. With music and dance at the heart of every storyline, having the original cast perform live in the first concert tour allowed Disney to expand the depth of engagement Violetta has with its audience. Overwhelmed by the phenomenal fan reaction to the live concerts in Spain, Italy and France, Violetta Live is a brand new concert experience that will allow Violetta fans across Europe the opportunity to see the stars of Violetta perform their favourite songs live on stage.”

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