The long-awaited year 2020 is here and with it a lot of concerts that you can’t miss! Here is the list of TOP concerts in PRAGUE! 🙂
?Guns N’ Roses concert ?
THE LEGENDARY GUNS N ‘ROSES tour will continue in 2020, they will visit 13 European cities. So far their “Not In This Life Time ” World Tour has been visited by 5, 5 million fans worldwide. A series of newly announced concerts will begin on May 20 in Lisbon, Portugal and the band will perform in 13 European cities including London, Vienna, Warsaw, Munich and Dublin. Guns N Gun Roses will present their biggest hits again in front of the Prague audience – the band will return to Letňany airport after three years.
?Aerosmith concert ?
Aerosmith, America’s largest rock band of all time, currently undergoing a series of resident performances in Las Vegas called DEUCES ARE WILD, is heading to Europe to play a limited number of shows! They will return to Prague after seven years. Aerosmith, the four-time Grammy® winner, announced today the dates of the European tour, which will take place in 2020. The concert series will start on June 13 in Milan, end on July 27 in Germany and outside the Czech Republic the band will also visit Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Poland, Great Britain, Hungary, and Denmark.
?Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds concert ?
After the break up of Birthday Party in 1983, Nick Cave founded a new band The Bad Seeds, which was named after the first EP of the same name. Nick Cave became one of the most original and respected artists of the alternative rock and post-punk scene not only in the 1980s. Cave sings songs in which he explores the dark places inside us from many perspectives. The brutal sincerity and ability to create physically resonating dramatic compositions distinguish Nick Cave from his peers. Countless musicians have played in The Bad Seeds in almost forty years of history. They have always stood faithfully with their leader. Together they released the seventeenth album, which is referred to as one of the highlights of their career.
?Meute concert ?
When the bass drops and the confetti blows up: MEUTE breaks the code. The Techno Marching Band combines hypnotic driving techno and expressive brass band music, freeing electronic music from the DJ desk and overhauling the image of marching bands. They started as an experiment and evolved into a world-acclaimed phenomenon in a minimum of time. Just drums and brass, no computers involved, this is all they need to revolutionize techno music and bring it back to its roots at the same time.
?System of a Down concert ?
Formed in 1994, and with just 5 studio albums, the American/Armenian band have amassed themselves a fervent, worldwide following- never failing to put on a mind-blowing performance. The band has achieved huge commercial success with the release of five studio albums, three of which debuted at number one (#1) on the US Billboard album chart. System Of A Down has been nominated for 4 Grammy Awards, and their song B.Y.O.B. won a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance in 2006. System Of A Down has sold over 40 million records worldwide.
?Lenny Kravitz concert ?
Lenny Kravitz’s concerts are renowned for their energy, and the same will be true next year when they return to the Czech Republic after two years. The combination of music styles such as funky, rock’n’roll and blues can also be heard on his latest eleventh album Raise Vibration, released in 2018. Lenny likes to listen to younger generations of musicians but does not deny decades of experience in the music scene. The result is a powerful material in the spirit of his classic work.
?Eric Clapton concert ?
On the heels of a sold-out Crossroads Guitar Festival that gathered the world’s greatest guitar players for two days of once-in-a-lifetime collaborations, music legend Eric Clapton has announced a month-long 15 Show tour across 12 European Union cities and 3 shows in Russia in Summer 2020.
Shows will begin May 29 in Prague and continue through Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark and Finland before concluding in Moscow on June 30.
?Avril Lavigne concert ?
Avril Lavigne returns to Prague! She will present her current album, as well as legendary hits. Pop-rock icon and world star Avril Lavigne today announced the continuation of her Head Above Water tour. The long-awaited concert string of this Canadian singer will kick off in the spring of 2020 and will finally bring it back to Europe! Everything will start on March 16 in Milan, followed by Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin or our capital. On April 2, the show will be completed in Manchester, where the 35-year-old singer, who has made eight nominations for the prestigious Grammy Award, will move to China and Japan. .
?The Dead South concert ?
The Dead South, a gold rush vibing four-piece acoustic set from Saskatchewan, infuse the genre’s traditional trappings with an air of frontier recklessness, whiskey breakfasts and grizzled tin-pan showmanship. Their sound, build on a taut configuration of cello, mandolin, banjo and guitar, speeds like a train past polite definitions of acoustic music into the grittier, rowdier spaces of the bluegrass world.
?Maceo Parker concert ?
A funky show that doesn’t leave the audience at ease and is a huge experience. “I really enjoy playing because I get energy from the audience,” says Maceo Parker. “I love touring, being on stage, and I love people in particular.” He became famous for playing with James Brown, whose song Make It Funky is not missing at any concert. He also played alongside George Clinton, Red Hot Chili Peppers or Prince, who called him a teacher and whose song Baby Knows, works on the audience of every Parker’s live show. And he doesn’t forget his great musical inspiration, singer and pianist Ray Charles.
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