Eric Clapton will perform in Bucharest in June, on the Iolanda Balas Soter national rugby field, according to The Eric Clapton Fan Club Magazine. The concert is part of the artist's 2010 European tour. Eric Clapton announced on December 7 the European tour date, which will start in May next year. The first concert is scheduled for Birmingham, Great Britain, on May 18 and the last performance will take place on June 13 in Istanbul.

Before his solo career, Clapton performed alongside several bands: the Yardbirds, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Cream and Blind Faith.

Musical critics and international charts consider him one of the best guitarists of his generation. Eric Patrick Clapton was born was born on March 30 1945 and is also known under the nickname of Slowhand.

Clapton ranked 4 on the Rolling Stone magazine's "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time" list, and 53 for the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time" category.

Tuesday, May 18 Birmingham, UK NEC

Thursday, May 20 London Wembley Arena

Sunday, May 23 Antwerp, Belgium SportPaleis

Thursday, May 25 Paris, France Bercy

Friday, May 28 Dusseldrof, Germany Phillips Halle

Saturday, May 29 Arnhem, Netherlands Gelredome Stadium

Monday, May 31 Malmo, Sweden Malmo Arena

Wednesday, June 2 Berlin, Germany 02 World

Thursday, June 3 Hamburg, Germany Colorline Arena

Saturday, June 5 Munich, Germany Konigsplatz

Monday, June 7 Vienna, Austria Stadthalle

Wednesday, June 9 Belgrade, Serbia Arena

Friday, June 11 Bucharest, Romania Rugby Park

Sunday, June 13 Istanbul, Turkey Santral Istanbul