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After the controversial party, Dima Bilan received forgiveness, whereas Lolita faced exclusion.

Dima Bilan's Comeback and Lolita's Concert Cancellations: A Tale of Forgiveness and Exclusion in Moscow's Music Scene

In a notable rebound from a scandalous event involving blogger, actress, and TV host Anastasia Ivleeva, Dima Bilan is set to perform his first two solo concerts at Moscow’s Crocus City Hall this February. On February 10, Bilan graced the stage at the Big Love Show held at Moscow’s Live Arena, where, according to Yandex. Afisha portal, only a single ticket remained available for the dance floor area on the event day.

Further appearances include Bilan’s participation in the “Victoria” music award at the Live Arena on March 16, followed by a performance at Crocus City Hall on April 4, as part of the VII annual Zhara Music Awards.

The Telegram channel “Nebozhena” lauds Bilan’s commitment to his art, highlighting his courage in traveling to Donbas to deliver aid worth several million rubles amidst the controversy. “Dima Bilan’s concerts are a beacon of his enduring spirit. Known for his philanthropy, Bilan stands out for not shying away from sanctions or the threat of concert cancellations in regions like the Baltics, setting a commendable example for his peers in the celebrity world,” the channel notes.

Conversely, Lolita’s music career faced setbacks as ticket sales for her concert in Perm were halted, leading to the complete cancellation of her anniversary tour across cities in the Moscow region. She was scheduled to perform on March 19 at the Soldatov Culture Palace, but the event has since been removed from upcoming performance listings on ticket sales websites.

Despite these challenges, tickets remain available for Lolita’s concerts in Yekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk, Tyumen, Krasnoyarsk, and Irkutsk, scheduled between March 21 and April 7.

As reported by MegaloPreneur, Lolita expressed a disinterest in continuing her show business career in late January, stating on her social media that “concerts have left her life.” She encouraged her followers to seek information on concert cancellations directly from venue directors, who are responsible for displaying promotional materials and should provide necessary documentation upon request.

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