British band Jethro Tull returns to Romania this weekend for a concert, part of the tour promoting their latest album Homo Erraticus. The concert is scheduled to take place on June 20, at Sala Palatului downtown Bucharest, starting 20:00.

The famous band, launched in 1967, has been mixing psychedelic blues, jazz, folk, hard rock, and electronic sounds for the last four decades. Ian Anderson, the lead singer and songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, is also known for having introduced flute into rock music. He is also a flautist and acoustic guitarist.

The band is currently made of Ian Anderson, Florian Opahle – electric guitar, Scott Hammond – drums, John O’Hara – keyboards, David Goodier – base, and Ryan O’Donnell- who takes care of the theater part of the show.

Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull have launched 30 albums so far, and sold over 60 million copies worldwide. The band won 11 gold and platinum disks.

Tickets for the show in Bucharest are available in the, with prices ranging from RON 50 and RON 250.