Zemfira's new concert tour will not include Russian cities

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Zemfira's new concert tour will not include Russian cities
Zemfira's new concert tour will not include Russian cities
18 August, 19:19In the worldPhoto: Профиль
Russian rock singer Zemfira announced a new concert tour Borderline Tour - 2022, the program of which will not include a single Russian city.

According to RIA Novosti , after a five-year break, Zemfira's new tour will take place abroad from October 9 to November 3 in eleven cities, ticket sales will start on August 22.

The singer will perform in Limassol, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Vienna, Prague, Offenbach, Hamburg, Berlin, Paris, The Hague and London. Performances in Russia, judging by the information on the site, are not planned. Previously, Zemfira made a big tour with the Little Man program in 2016.

During her creative activity, Zemfira Ramazanova released seven studio albums, “Forgive me, my love”, “Fourteen weeks of silence”, “Live in your head” brought her special popularity.

Zemfira released the last of her albums called "Ah" in July, and before that, in February 2021, after eight years of studio silence, the big album "Borderline" was released.

In August 2021, Zemfira announced that she intends to give up performances, since it is simply impossible to conduct concert activities during the pandemic due to constantly emerging restrictions. The performer expressed her indignation on the social network, and she was rather harsh in terms and stated that the epidemic "killed her profession."

“The pandemic hit everyone hard, but it just destroyed my profession ... Honestly, I don’t want any more concerts, nothing ... And the lost tickets are nothing compared to the lost profession,” the artist wrote. Zemfira urged fans to get vaccinated so that everyone can quickly return to their former normal life.

At the end of last year, Zemfira and the writer Yevgeny Grishkovets went to court over the harsh statements of the writer in social networks regarding the singer and her work, called “drug addict”. Zemfira demanded 1.5 million rubles from Grishkovets for the insults, but the court refused her. The writer's lawyers explained that the negative statement was the writer's personal opinion, after the rash publication of which he apologized to Zemfira, and deleted the offensive post itself.

It is known that after the start of the military operation of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, Zemfira was abroad, she was seen several times in the company of her longtime friend, actress Renata Litvinova.

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