Every year, town halls organize shows for different important moments, such as city or commune days. More often than not, the artists called to perform are the ones who enjoy the most fans during that period. The sums spent on these concerts are not small at all.
How much money do the town halls give for concerts with manelists
Town halls across the country spend thousands of euros to bring well-known carolers to perform at local celebrations. Some administrations are very poor, but they still give thousands of euros for different artists, such as Jador, Bogdan from Ploiesti or Jean from Craiova, to sing for about an hour.
A commune in Tulcea with almost 1,500 inhabitants awarded, on May 17, a contract worth 25,684 lei, i.e. about 5,200 euros, to the company Caro Music & Events SRL.
The contract says that the company will provide the client with services supported by Bogdan from Ploiești with a stick, the duration of the service being 45 minutes, and the amount includes the fee, transport and taxes. This amount does not include accommodation and meals for the artist and staff. The maneleist’s concert will take place on August 20, the day of the Valea Teilor commune.
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How much money does Florin Salam take for a wedding
The wedding season is in full swing, and some of the most appreciated and coveted artists is Florin Salam for such events. The stars honor all their obligations, and the showman has custom rates for each event.
Last year, Florin Salam was asking for amounts between 5,000 euros and 10,000 euros, without taking into account the dedications. The artist could even leave with 20,000 euros if the guests threw money.
Florin Salam’s passion for music began when he was young. He used to go with fiddlers to weddings and various events, and he only went to school because of his mother’s fear.
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“I didn’t like school, but I went so my mother wouldn’t beat me! I had made friends with the fiddlers from Berceni, I followed them. I became a singer through torment, insomnia, I cried a lot. I used to go to weddings with my father and he would get me to sing too, to make a penny, I got 400-500 lei, and my mother had 800 lei as a salary, because she was working. I had caught the taste of fragrant money, why should I go to school? I also made mischief, playing with surprises (no – from the chewing gum). We earned them and sold them to the richer ones. And I bought Turkish jeans and sweaters,” Salam confessed in Damian Drăghici’s podcast.