“Even though a lot of people are involved in the preparations, it doesn’t mean that I just sit at home and wait for the result,” says Burešová. “I’m in daily contact with everyone, from the tech to the band. We deal with new songs, design, appearance, souvenirs. We’re working together to make it the best it can be.”
The repertoire that fans will hear is already complete. “The hardest part was putting the songs together. Admittedly, we stuck with it longer than we anticipated. We also have completely new songs in our repertoire, so we try to find the best moment to present them during the concert,” explains the singer.
Special limited edition souvenirs will be available for sale at all performances. They won’t be available anywhere other than on tour, and fans who buy them will donate to charity.
“I enjoy everything. From the whole dream that turns into reality every day. When I first saw the billboards, I almost crashed. It is divine. And concerns? There aren’t any. We will handle everything, and if the electricity goes out, we will light candles and play the concert acoustically. Above all, let people have fun and forget for a while about the troubles they are dealing with,” the singer states.
The performance in Ostrava is followed by stops in Olomouc (April 11), Brno (April 12), Jablonec nad Nisou (April 25), Pardubice (April 26), Pilsen (April 27), Ústí nad Labem (May 2), Hradec Králové (May 3), Jindřichov Hradec (May 4) and Prague (May 11).
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