The producer revealed the size of Pugacheva’s fee in Europe

2024-04-09 16:20:00

Producer Lavrov: Pugacheva wants to receive 50 thousand euros for a concert in Germany

Alla Pugacheva’s fee in Europe is too modest for her status, said Sergei Lavrov Photo: SS BY-SA 4.0 / Sergei Serebro / People’s News of Vitebsk.

Singer Alla Pugacheva asked for 50 thousand euros for one concert in Germany. The tour should take place in the fall. Concert director Sergei Lavrov spoke about this.

“I was told that Pugacheva asked the organizers in Germany for 50 thousand euros for one concert, that’s how much she wants to receive,” Lavrov reports. NEWS.ru. He added that this amount seems too modest for the singer given her status, since today even lower-ranking artists receive the same fees.

The producer noted that if the Diva does decide to go on a tour of Europe, it will not be done for the sake of money, but rather to demonstrate to everyone in Russia that she is still capable of performing and touring. However, Lavrov expressed doubts about the implementation of this plan.

The chances of this tour being realized are low, given Pugacheva’s state of health – the singer, according to the producer, “barely walks.” She needs musicians, but many of them broke up with her. Lavrov noted that touring abroad, especially in Europe, is not a highly profitable event. Almost half of the income goes to taxes, including VAT, which significantly exceeds the rates that apply in Russia. In addition, renting a venue, technical equipment, and organizing services costs much more than in the Russian Federation, the concert director concluded.

Recently, Alla Pugacheva released her first album in the last 16 years – this is a concert recording of her performance in the Kremlin. In just a couple of days, on one Russian music platform alone, she earned more than 20 million rubles through downloads, which is equivalent to almost 200 thousand euros.

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Singer Alla Pugacheva asked for 50 thousand euros for one concert in Germany. The tour should take place in the fall. Concert director Sergei Lavrov spoke about this. “I was told that Pugacheva asked the organizers in Germany for 50 thousand euros for one concert, that’s how much she wants to receive,” Lavrov reports NEWS.ru. He added that this amount seems too modest for the singer given her status, since today even lower-ranking artists receive the same fees. The producer noted that if the Diva does decide to go on a tour of Europe, it will not be done for the sake of money, but rather to demonstrate to everyone in Russia that she is still capable of performing and touring. However, Lavrov expressed doubts about the implementation of this plan. The chances of this tour being realized are low, given Pugacheva’s state of health – the singer, according to the producer, “barely walks.” She needs musicians, but many of them broke up with her. Lavrov noted that touring abroad, especially in Europe, is not a highly profitable event. Almost half of the income goes to taxes, including VAT, which significantly exceeds the rates that apply in Russia. In addition, renting a venue, technical equipment, and organizing services costs much more than in the Russian Federation, the concert director concluded. Recently, Alla Pugacheva released her first album in the last 16 years – this is a concert recording of her performance in the Kremlin. In just a couple of days, on one Russian music platform alone, she earned more than 20 million rubles through downloads, which is equivalent to almost 200 thousand euros.

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