Leslie Manduki was confused for a long time in the live broadcast that his concert in Szentáromság Square had been stopped due to the approaching storm.

Leslie Manduki was confused for a long time in the live broadcast that his concert in Szentáromság Square had been stopped due to the approaching storm.

The Mandoki Soulmates led by Leslie Mandoki and featuring Al de Meola, Mike Stern, Richard Bona and Randy Bricker, gave a free concert at Szentáromság Square on Friday night.

Because the storm approached the capital, the organizers informed Manduki that the outdoor show should be discontinued, but the musician did not want to accept the decision. The broadcast liveAt the party, Mandoki first announced that his life was not about taking a storm seriously, but taking care of the audience, so he asked them if they were wet or cold and if they wanted the party to continue. After the so-called democratic vote, Manduki was going to run smoothly, but the organizers announced that they would cut off the electricity. Then he was forced to announce that they were going to play, but the organizers demanded that the audience leave quickly.

Then on Facebook Apologize, from everyone who was present and traveled a lot for this concert, as well as from those who followed the live broadcast. “Thank you Budapest for this short and exciting concert and for the love! We hope to see you soon again!”

At the same time as the party, there was also an NBI match in Felcsúton, which started three-quarters of an hour late due to the storm, but eventually the match was played.

Due to bad weather, the air show will not take place today in Budapest, and whether there will be fireworks will be decided by the operating staff at noon. The In the case of other events, the decision is up to the organizers.

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