Interpol is an American rock band from New York City , formed in 1997, the band’s original line-up consisted of Paul Banks (vocals, rhythm guitar), Daniel Kessler (lead guitar, vocals), Carlos Dengler (bass guitar, keyboards) and Greg Drudy (drums, percussion).
Drudy left the band in 2000 and was replaced by Sam Fogarino. In 2010, shortly after recording finished for the band’s fourth album, Dengler left to pursue personal projects. 2017 is a year full of anniversaries for Interpol. It’s the 20-year anniversary of the band’s formation, as well as the 15th anniversary of its debut album, Turn On The Bright Lights. The trio—Paul Banks, Daniel Kessler, and Sam Fogarino will visit Belgrade on August 13th. They will visit also Paris, Vienna, Zurich, London, and many other cities throughout Europe. With experience and ability on their side, Interpol have quite simply never been a better band than they are today. The band is working on new material in its home state of New York. Its sixth album will be released by Matador Records in 2018 , 4 years after 4 years after the release of their last album ‘El Pintor’.
Following sold out concerts across North America, Europe, South America and Mexico, Sting’s 57th & 9th World Tour comes to Serbia.
The world-renowned singer-songwriter will give a show in Belgrade on the 17th of September at Kombank Arena. For this long-awaited performance, Sting will be accompanied by a 3-piece band including his longtime guitarist, Dominic Miller, Josh Freese (drums) and Rufus Miller (guitar) with special guest Joe Sumner, as well as accordion player, Percy Cardona, who regularly performs with The Last Bandoleros.
The guitar-driven 57th & 9th Tour, which launched in North America in February this year, has already visited more than fifty cities of Europe, Central and South America and Asia. It is taking the world by rave reviews from fans and critics alike. The Daily Telegraph: “At the heart of what Sting does is a supreme songwriting talent, flowing melodies, audacious grooves and meaningful lyrics delivered by a master musician who seems to get a genuine sense of accomplishment from performing at the highest possible level. This show deserved a badge of honour."
Sting’s twelfth solo studio album, 57th & 9th, his first rock/pop project in over a decade, was released November 11 on A&M/Interscope Records. The ten-song collection represents a wide range of Sting’s musical and songwriting styles from the raucous, guitar-driven first single, “I Can’t Stop Thinking About You” to the ferocious, Road Warrior-style imagery of “Petrol Head” and the anthemic “50,000.” The album, produced by Martin Kierszenbaum, was recorded in just a few weeks with Sting’s long-time collaborators Dominic Miller (guitar) and Vinnie Colaiuta (drums), as well as drummer Josh Freese (Nine Inch Nails, Guns n’ Roses), guitarist Lyle Workman and backing vocals by the San Antonio-based Tex-Mex band The Last Bandoleros.
The 57th & 9th World Tour is promoted by Live Nation Global Touring, produced by Cherrytree Management and RZO Entertainment.
Tickets for Sting’s concert in Belgrade will go on general sale on Wed. June 21st at 10:00 am. Members of the official Sting.com fan club will have the opportunity to purchase tickets in advance beginning Tuesday, June 20th, 2017 with complete details available at www.sting.com/tour .
For complete tour and ticketing information visit: www.sting.com
Tickets from 2990 rsd will be available via CS Eventim and at the box offices: Kombank Arena, Bilet Centar Belgrade, Dom Omladine, Ušće Shopping centar, and online: www.kombankarena.com, www.eventim.rs
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds have announced an 8-week European tour kicking off in the UK at Bournemouth’s International Centre on 24th September and will held a concert in Belgrade, Kombank Arena on 28th of October.
The European shows follow dates across Australia (January 2017) and the USA (May & June 2017). The tour will be the first time European audiences can experience live songs from new album Skeleton Tree alongside other Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds classics. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds last toured Europe in 2014.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds’ eight piece touring line up features Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Martyn Casey, Thomas Wydler, Jim Sclavunos, Conway Savage, George Vjestica and Larry Mullins. Tickets go on sale at 9.00am GMT on 17th February and are available from: www.nickcave.com (except Oslo which goes on sale 9am CET on 17th February).
Skeleton Tree, the 16th studio album by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, is out now. It was released in September 2016 the day after the premiere of One More Time With Feeling - the feature film directed by Andrew Dominik (Chopper, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford) about the making of the album. Skeleton Tree charted at number 1 in 8 countries with a further 11 Top 5s and numerous Top 20 positions. The album gained the band their highest ever position in the UK: 2 (OCC) and US: 27 (Billboard), and has recently been certified Silver in the UK (BPI). Recently nominated for a BRIT Award (2017) in the Best International Group category, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds remain one of the most critically acclaimed acts working today and have sold over 5 million albums worldwide. Their influence has been profound and far-reaching and they are one of the most powerful and exciting live acts in the world.
One of the most popular bands of hard rock scene SCORPIONS will perform for the first time in Serbia, in Kombank Arena, on 7 December 2017 as part of its world tour, Crazy World Tour.
50 years have gone by since the days the juvenile Klaus Meine, Rudolf Schenker and Matthias Jabs wandered the streets of Hannover, which was just awakening from post war paralysis, with a barrow carrying their instruments and amplifiers. In these 50 years, they have become Germany’s, or rather Continental Europe’s most successful rock band, the living proof that not only VW, Mercedes or BMW are able to compete internationally, but classic rock music made in Germany as well. Countless bands, including the Smashing Pumpkins as well as Green Day, Korn, System Of A Down or Queensryche have covered songs by the Scorpions throughout the years. “Rock You Like A Hurricane” on its own was covered over 150 times by different musicians. Expressing a career like the one of the Scorpions in mere numbers is almost impossible. However, one number that should still be mentioned is more than 100 million records sold to date. This makes the Scorpions the most successful rock band of Continental Europe by far. However, countless silver, gold and platinum awards are only one side of the Scorpions’ history. Another is their unabated desire to travel. No other rock band of their caliber after so many years takes to the stage as often as the Hannover natives. They have played thousands of concerts in all corners of the planet: in Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo, Moscow, Washington, Dubai, Paris or Berlin. In 1988, they were the first Western rock band to play sold-‐out shows five days in a row in the then still Soviet Leningrad. Pioneering achievements elsewhere as well: through very early concerts in China and Southeast Asia, they have opened doors for many other Western bands. They’ve swept the board big time in Brazil in 1995 at the legendary “Rock in Rio” festival, when other German bands could at best dream of foreign countries. The performance is documented on the epochal live album “World Wide Live”, which was the band’s final breakthrough in the US, for all time cementing their reputation as one of the planet’s hottest live bands. And then there was the 1989 “Moscow Music Peace” festival, where the Scorpions ultimately conquered Russia, inspiring Klaus Meine to write the track that not much later became the theme song to the Iron Curtain’s final fall: “Wind of Change”. There were many magic live moments; some of them are captured on live albums, others on film and video recordings. These are the moments, which have cemented the Scorpions’ reputation as one of the rare bands rising far above the crowd.
The first, unique and the best walking tour in Belgrade! You will get interesting info about BELGRADE from people like you, young travelers.
Our professional guides will tell you secrets and funny stories about Belgrade that you could not hear on other tours.
We will show you all attractions and places of interest on funny and interesting way of sightseeing: The Republic Square, the National theater and the National museum, Bohemian Quarter (Skadarlija), the oldest part of Belgrade with Ottoman heritage, the oldest residential house and museum of Serbian language, the only mosque in the city, Zoo, Kalemegdan park, Belgrade fortress, „Victor“ the most famous symbol of Belgrade, the confluence of the Sava and the Danube rivers, Saborna church, cafe „?“ and Knez Mihailova street.
The Republic Square, the Albania palace, Terazije square, National parliament, Belgrade city assembly and presidency, Tasmajdan park, the Saint Marko church, Russian Orthodox church, Radio-Television of Serbia - 1999 NATO bombing memorial, the monuments "Why?" and "We were just children", the Faculty of Law, passing Nikola Tesla museum, walk through beautiful Vračar streets to Slavija square, National library of Serbia and glorious Saint Sava temple.
Beautiful Danube river bank. Walk through the old part of todays Belgrade, but bear in mind that Zemun has completely different history.