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Anastacia in Bratislava on Sunday

US pop diva Anastacia will land at Bratislava's airport on Sunday August 7 at 17:30, just a few hours before her concert in the Slovak capital, the SITA news agency reported.

Anastacia and her entourage will stay at the Carlton hotel.

The singer will perform that night at Petržalka's FC Artmedia stadium. Some 150 people are organizing the concert and a 140-strong security crew will oversee safety during the show.

The concert starts at 20:00.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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