Tarkan Show Updates
As Tarkan gave his unique energy to an old Ottoman powerhouse with his performance at a university sponsored spring festival yesterday, Tarkan Deluxe brings it readers news about other upcoming appearances, too.
Originally the first power plant to be built in Istanbul during the Ottoman period and now conserved and renovated by the prestigious Istanbul Bilgi University as a centre for culture and arts, Tarkan performed at Santralistabul yesterday evening as part of the university's Bilgi Mayfest '08 celebrations.
Students contacted Tarkan Deluxe to explain how they had been surprised to discover that the artist would be making an appearance, and many had doubted he would show up, while newspaper reports write that his show was a success.
Appearing as the finale act late in the evening for Istanbul's largest university festival, although the artist suffered some sound technical difficulties during the opening song "Vay Anam Vay", the performer still managed to blow the capacity audience away with live renditions of past and latest classic hits.
Tarkan for Private Global Function
Under the banner of its 64th Annual General Meeting, to be held on June 1-3, 2008 in Istanbul, Turkey and hosted by Turkish Airlines, Tarkan has been invited to entertain its international guests for the Gala Evening at the Dolmabahçe Palace on 2 June.
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Tarkan Highlights Turkish Festival
And finally, as Tarkan gets ready to perform at the 15th Barış Suyu Turkish Culture and Tourism Festival in Manavgat later in June, press agencies are releasing more information about one of Antalya's largest cultural activities.
According to reports - picked up by the Turkish papers too - Tarkan's performance is scheduled to be aired by 30 radio stations simultaneously across the globe, as radio representatives from 20 countries including the US, Russia, UK, France and Sweden will reportedly be at the tourism summerfest.
The festival had been promoted heavily abroad at international fairs pushing Tarkan's gala appearance, with claims that thirty thousand promotional brochures, accompanying CDs and flyers had been printed for distribution, in English, German and Russian.
Tarkan is set to appear in Manavgat on 21 June.