Eric Clapton will begin his 2022 concert series with a performance in Bahrain, The National reports.
The British guitar virtuoso and singer will perform in Manama’s Al Dana Amphitheatre on March 19, the report adds.
Tickets are now on sale and start from 30 Bahraini dinars ($80).
The show marks the Grammy Award-winning artist’s return to the kingdom after a sold-out 2014 show at Arad Fort in the city of Muharraq.
The coming concert acts as a warm-up for an anticipated European tour beginning with two shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall from May 7.
Entry to Clapton’s Bahrain concert does not require a negative PCR test result or proof of vaccination after the country’s authorities eased restrictions on February 15.
Updated regulations allow full capacity at mosques, workplaces, malls, restaurants and events.
According to Al Dana Amphitheatre’s website, those attending Clapton’s concert will undergo a body temperature check prior to entry, with those above 37.5 degrees Celsius denied entry.
Guests who exhibit symptoms of Covid-19 will also be unable to attend the concert.