Due to the storm, the anniversary concert of Mandoki Soulmates was interrupted

Mandoki Soulmates prepared a 30-year jubilee concert, which would have been held in Buda Castle, on Szentháromság Square. Although the concert had started, the program had to be interrupted based on the decision of the operative group responsible for the safe conduct of the national holiday. The performance planned for several hours had to be stopped well before the end, at which Mándoki wanted to play as much as possible – Index reported about this in its article.

Photo: Balázs Mohai / MTI

According to Telex, he asked the audience if they were wet or cold, but since the real storm hadn’t started yet, he was determined to continue the performance. His son told him about it.

Mándoki commented on the events as follows:

They say they will turn off the power if we keep playing. I’m really sorry, because we would play.

Saturday is also questionable

Yesterday, Index also took part in the Mandoki Soulmates at his closed rehearsal, where the famous musician expressed his unceasing enthusiasm on several occasions. The postponement of today’s concert due to the storm did not even arise, so the question is whether the jubilee concert will be made up, and if so, when and in what form.

Source: Magyar Nemzet by magyarnemzet.hu.

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