Mario Frangoulis at the Royal Albert Hall September 2008

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Great news for Mario's fans in the USA and Canada! Mario will be playing four shows of his own in Boston and Omaha, and then going out on tour as a guest of the fabulous Sarah Brightman on her North American tour. Here are those dates in full. If you want box office details you can find them all at the link here: http://www.marshall-arts.com/index.ph... OCTOBER 30th The Majestic Cutler Theater Boston MA NOVEMBER 7th Holland Performing Arts Theater Omaha NE 8th Holland Performing Arts Theater Omaha NE 9th Holland Performing Arts Theater Omaha NE 12th TX American Airlines Center Dallas TX 14th UCF Convocation Center Orlando FL 15th Bank Atlantic Center Sunrise FL 16th St. Pete Times Center Tampa FL 18th GA Gwinnett Center Atlanta GA 19th DC Verizon Center Washington DC 22nd MGM Grand at Foxwoods Mashantucket CT 23rd Madison Square Gardens New York NY 24th TD Banknorth Garden Boston MA 26th Centre Bell Montreal QC 28th Scotiabank Place Ottawa ON 29th Copps Coliseum Hamilton ON 30th Air Canada Centre Toronto ON DECEMBER 2nd Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland OH 3rd Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills MI 4th Allstate Arena Chicago IL 6th MTS Centre Winnipeg MB 7th Brandt Centre Regina SK 8th Saddledome Calgary AB 10th Rexall Place Edmonton AB 12th GM Place Vancouver BC 13th Save on Foods Centre Victoria BC 14th Comcast Arena Everett WA 16th Arco Arena Sacramento CA 17th HP Pavilion San Jose CA 19th Honda Centre Anaheim CA 20th Forum Los Angeles CA 21st Jobing.com Arena Glendale AZ (NB Mario is appearing on all dates as guest artist of Sarah Brightman except the dates in Boston & Omaha where Mario is the main headline artist). THIS VIDEO WAS AN ADVERT FOR OUR SHOW AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL IN SEPTEMBER 2008. I HAVE LEFT THE ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION HERE FOR POSTERITY... Great news for all Mario Frangoulis fans in the UK!. On September 19th Mario will be performing work from his own internationally acclaimed albums alongside some old favourites. Accompanied by the National Symphony ...

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