The German rockers will end their 45-year musical journey and say farewell to their fans after one final memorable concert at a ninth-century Borobudur Temple in Indonesia.
German rockers The Scorpions will split after one final memorable concert at a ninth-century temple in Indonesia. The group has kicked of its final world tour and now the last date has been booked for Jakarta's Borobudur Temple.
The special concert will be held in June, 2011. A spokesman for the temple tells the Jakarta Globe newspaper, "This concert will mark the end of the 45-year musical journey of The Scorpions."
On the anticipated gig itself, chief executive of the temple's management company, Purnomo Siswo Prasetyo, said, as quoted by the Jakarta Globe, "The Scorpions concert certainly will be a great honor for us since the band is a legendary [act] and very popular throughout the world."