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Jun
23
Sun
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE – Zagreb, ŠRC Šalata – 23.07.2024 – SOLD OUT
Jun 23 all-day
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE - Zagreb, ŠRC Šalata - 23.07.2024 - SOLD OUT

After selling out the first concert in less than 4 weeks, more than half a year before the event, QOTSA added a second date at ŠRC Šalata in Zagreb. With this, Queens will become the first band ever to perform at Šalata 2 days in a row, as well as the first whose concert at the legendary Zagreb stadium was sold out 6 months before the concert date.
Tickets for 24.07. they go on sale on Wednesday 16.01. at 10:00 a.m.:
Eventim, Dirty old, Rockmark, Dallas Rijeka.

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE – Zagreb, ŠRC Šalata

Jul
4
Thu
GRACE JONES – Zagreb, ŠRC Šalata – 04.07.2024
Jul 4 all-day
GRACE JONES - Zagreb, ŠRC Šalata - 04.07.2024

One of the most recognizable figures of the world music scene, Grace Jones has been defining music, fashion and art for almost four decades, and is an indispensable part of pop culture encyclopedias. A large independent open air concert in the center of Zagreb will be an opportunity to hear a cross-section of the career of this inimitable icon.

The author, singer, musician and model of Jamaican origin gave the world an opus that has already been included in music classics, from albums like “Warm Leatherette” and “Nightclubbing” to singles like “Private Life”, “Pull Up to the Bumper”, “I’ve Seen That Face Before” and “Slave to the Rhythm” with which she ravaged the music charts. From the modeling career she started in the 70s to the Studio 54 icon, film career in classics like “Vamp,” “Conan the Destroyer” or “A View to a Kill” and unforgettable performances, Grace Jones has remained known for her androgynous phenomenon that cemented her place in pop culture.

VH1 included her in the list of the 100 most important women in rock ‘n’ roll, while Billboard placed her among the 40 biggest names in club culture. She began as a muse for numerous photographers, and to this day numerous musicians and artists cite her as a role model, including Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Lorde, Róisín Murphy and Nile Rodgers. The documentary film “Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami” as well as the ironically named memoir “I’ll Never Write My Memoirs” give an intimate insight into the life of this great music and fashion icon.

She returned to the scene in 2008 with the notable album “Hurricane” and has not stopped performing since then, and is as original on stage as she was at the beginning of her career. Concerts that include original costumes, bursting with energy and provocation are part of great live performances where Grace once again proves that she is a timeless artist and living icon.

Tickets for Salad go on sale on Wednesday, January 31. from 10:00 a.m. at the first price of 59 euros. After the expiration of the early bird quota, the price rises to 64 euros. The price of a VIP ticket in the stands is 89 euros. They can be purchased online at Eventim and at their points of sale, while hard copy tickets will be available at Dirty Old Shop, Rockmark and Dallas Music Shop Rijeka.

Jul
10
Wed
STEEL PANTHER – Zagreb, Tvornica kulture – 10.07.2024
Jul 10 all-day
STEEL PANTHER -  Zagreb, Tvornica kulture - 10.07.2024

On The Prowl tour follows the self-titled album released earlier this year. Infectious riffs, piercing drums and unforgettable vocals with witty humor brought the band global recognition. Album “On The Prowl” confirms this with singles like “On Your Instagram”, “Magical Vagina” and “One Pump Chump” which are ready to resonate at concerts.

The new release put Steel Panther at the top of the Billboard comedy albums chart. After a series of holiday shows in North America, some of which are already sold out, the band is starting the new year with a world tour in arenas and big concerts. One year after their first performance in Croatia, the glam metal legends are returning to Zagreb.

The singles “Death To All But Metal” and “Community Property” mark the release of “Feel The Steel” from 2009, which broke into Billboard’s top albums chart and reached number 48 on the rock chart. 2011 saw the release of “Balls Out”, featuring comedians Dane Cook and Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger. The album “All You Can Eat” is marked by the single “Party Like Tomorrow Is the End of the World”, followed by “Live from Lexxi’s Mom’s Garage”, which depicts a glam rock garage concert, and “Lower The Bar” and “Heavy Metal Rules”.

Dressed in tights and leather jackets, with huge wigs, and a display of macho culture, their comedic approach to sex, drugs and rock’n’roll quickly won them hordes of fans and pushed them into the mainstream. Their frequent guests on stage were Hollywood stars, and they themselves appeared in commercials and TV shows.

Steel Panther are best known for their live performances, where during the breaks they often emphasize mutual conflict, discussions about sex and drugs, and improvised humor. As an opening act, they were invited to the tour by the biggest names in the hair metal and glam rock scene, including Def Leppard, Motley Crue and Guns’n’Roses.

Hundreds of millions of streams, numerous world tours, unforgettable festival appearances, platinum status on YouTube and television appearances on Jimmy Kimmel, Larry King or America’s Got Talent have positioned them as a global phenomenon. The quartet consisting of Michael Starr on vocals, Satchel on guitar, Spyder on bass and Stix Zadinia on drums with the new album “On The Prowl” secure their star status, and the Zagreb performance will be a new meeting with glam metal legends.

Tickets are on sale from Tuesday, December 19, from 1:00 p.m. at a price of 27 euros. That price will be in effect until December 31. From January 1 to July 9, 2024, the entrance fee will be 30 euros, and on the day of the concert, 34 euros. They can be purchased at sales points and online at Entri and Eventim, while hard copy tickets will be available at Dirty Old Shop, Rockmark and Dallas Music Shop Rijeka.

Jul
24
Wed
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE – Zagreb, ŠRC Šalata – 24.07.2024
Jul 24 all-day
QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE - Zagreb, ŠRC Šalata - 24.07.2024

After selling out the first concert in less than 4 weeks, more than half a year before the event, QOTSA added a second date at ŠRC Šalata in Zagreb. With this, Queens will become the first band ever to perform at Šalata 2 days in a row, as well as the first whose concert at the legendary Zagreb stadium was sold out 6 months before the concert date.
Tickets for 24.07. they go on sale on Wednesday 16.01. at 10:00 a.m.:
Eventim, Dirty old, Rockmark, Dallas Rijeka.

Jul
25
Thu
UADA – Zagreb, Mochvara – 25.07.2024
Jul 25 all-day
UADA - Zagreb, Mochvara - 25.07.2024

After five years in Močvar, American blackers UADA are returning! It will fill the hot summer days with its pleasant blackness on Thursday, July 25. Tickets at a pre-sale price of 21 euros can be purchased online through Hangtime ticketing (https://tickets.hangtimeagency.com/) or at Dirty Old Shop (Tratinska 34).

Croatian black metallions are already well acquainted with this band, for whom this will be their third performance in Močvara. The whole story begins in 2014 in Portland, and according to them, the band’s name means “haunted” in Latin. Their sound can be classified in the drawer of melodic black, stylistically in many ways close to bands such as Mgla, Gaerea, Groza… Jake Superchi, the band’s founder, cites Dissection, Danzig as influences, but also has a pinch of NWoBHM, grunge and gothic. . So far, they have released four studio albums: Devoid of Light (2016), Cult of a Dying Sun (2018), Djinn (2020) and the most recent Crepuscule Natura from last year, which they will promote on this occasion. See you on July 25 in Močvara!

Jul
27
Sat
CRADLE OF FILTH – Zagreb, Tvornica Kulture – 27.07.2024
Jul 27 all-day
CRADLE OF FILTH - Zagreb, Tvornica Kulture - 27.07.2024

Early bird tickets are sold out! The presale price is 33 euros, and if there are any left, on the day of the concert, you will need to pay 37 euros for the ticket. They can be purchased online through Hangtime ticketing (https://tickets.hangtimeagency.com/) or at Dirty Old Shop (Tratinska 34).

Cradle of Filth was formed in the English town of Suffolk in 1991. The early days were to some extent marked by the sound of black metal, but over time they added gothic and symphony influences to their musical expression, so as it happens when you approach it very eclectically – you put them in the “extreme metal” drawer. To tell the truth, even the band members themselves, especially the founder Dani Filth, were not particularly determined on this issue during their entire career. Cradle of Filth has always drawn its inspiration from gothic literature, poetry, mythology and horror films. The band has always attracted some controversy around itself, while parents and relatives were not necessarily the happiest if you wore COF shirts there in the mid-00s, which a significant number of metallions did.
Three years after their founding, they released the iconic The Principle of Evil Made Flesh, which was included in the “top 10 most important black metal albums of the last 20 years” by Metal Hammer magazine. Four years later, they released probably their most famous release, “Cruelty and The Beast”, a concept album dedicated to the Hungarian baroness with a rather awkward character, Báthora Erzsébet.
The band soon reaches the peak of popularity, they regularly cause controversies around the world, the BBC is making a documentary about them, Dani Filth has the main role in the film “Cradle of Fear…”

Sep
7
Sat
BRKOVI – Zagreb, Šalata – 07.09.2024
Sep 7 all-day
BRKOVI - Zagreb, Šalata - 07.09.2024

Zagreb’s punk folk wellness attraction, the unstoppable live machine Brkovi, will mark the band’s big 20 years throughout 2024 with a series of concerts throughout the region and beyond. The first to be published is the one on the home field. Group Brkovi will perform at Šalata Stadium on Saturday, September 7, 2024.

It was hard to imagine two decades ago what the musical path would turn into over the years, then in the deep underground of a rooted punk folk band. Mustaches were not the first group to combine the seemingly incompatible, but the way they did it, directly and without brakes, could have resulted in either landing on the road or rushing to the stadium concert.

For years, the band played, recorded and published (free downloads from their site will forever be a discographic principle), grew both in the number of audiences and in the number of annual performances, so that in the last 7-8 years they became an irreplaceable headliner of the largest regional festivals, as well as club attraction with more and more performances outside the region. Today, the Beards have a stacked and dangerous set list of big hits such as “I’d rather be drinking September wine with my friends”, “Dangerous drugging”, “Mala”, “Kurvo prokleta”, “Balkan Star”, “Pizda materina”, ” I want my child to listen to folk songs”, “Hormon of happiness”, “I can only do it drunk”, “Happiness, good night”, “I’m not for you”, “Tolerance”, “And I’m going to drink”, “Even punks don’t listen anymore punk” and many others, who have passed 100 million listens on just two platforms – YouTube and Spotify. A large part of them recently found their way to the songbook “Brkovi – the greatest hits” with lyrics and chords of 30 songs chosen by Shamsa69.

Twenty years of the unpredictable and wild musical journey of Shamso69, Tomac, Šarac, Talentino and Paspalj will be marked with a big marathon audio-visual spectacle at the Šalata stadium in the heart of Zagreb, on Saturday, September 7, 2024.

Tickets at the early bird price of 17 euros go on sale on Thursday, November 23 at 10:00 a.m. This price will be valid until December 31, after which it will rise to 20 euros. Official sales points are Dirty Old Shop, Rockmark, and all Eventim sales points as well as www.eventim.hr.

Oct
5
Sat
LAIBACH Opus Dei – Zagreb, Boogaloo – 05.10.2024
Oct 5 all-day
LAIBACH Opus Dei - Zagreb, Boogaloo - 05.10.2024

The Slovenian music collective Laibach will present a new concert program and play the cult release “Opus Dei” in a new guise at Boogaloo club in Zagreb on Saturday, October 5, 2024.
Laibach’s album “Opus Dei”, featuring songs such as “Life is Life/Opus Dei”, “Leben heisst Leben” and “Geburt einer Nation”, was originally released in 1987 on the Mute label. The album has been remastered and will be reissued this year after 26 years with plenty of additional historical recordings from various concerts in Europe and America, as well as remixes on three vinyls and four CDs.

Laibach is promoting this reissue with a special tour, and it will be an opportunity to hear all the songs from the album in a new guise for the first time in many years. In addition to the performance of cult material, they will also present a selection of Laibach’s classics and selected songs from their large repertoire, as well as those released before the album “Opus Dei”.
The exhibition of the Laibach group in Zagreb “Ausstelung! Laibach Kunst: The Cube+Unternehmen Barbarossa” at Lauba Gallery from June 29 to August 22, 2024.
The cult Slovenian avant-garde band has been active for four decades with its recognizable visual, symbolic and social expression. After two concerts last year, when they presented the program “Love is Still Alive” in the Culture Factory and the complex author’s symphonic work “Alamut” in the Lisinski Hall, Laibach returns to Zagreb with a new concert program based on their cult release “Opus Dei”. .

The great reviews of last year’s performances speak of the status that Laibach has with the Zagreb audience. Aleksandar Dragaš writes that Laibach is “one of the most globally provocative bands in the history of pop culture music”, and describing the concert at Tvornica, Ivan Laić says that it is “a band that never disappoints.” Laibach is one and only.” Commenting on the performance of Alamut in Lisinski, Lucija Očko writes “The closest description to what I experienced last night would be a ‘fever dream’, a dream in which you leave your body and do not know where you are or what is around you, and a multitude of sounds and voices are screaming at you in the head”, while Bojan Mušćet says that “with a precise, monumental, invasive and thrilling performance, Laibach afforded Zagreb a superb artistic happening.”
The “Opus Dei” Laibach tour is currently taking place in Scandinavia, Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Austria, and the new meeting in Zagreb is scheduled at the Boogaloo club on October 5, 2024.

Tickets are on sale from Wednesday, February 28 at a price of 23 euros, and this price will be valid until April 14. The day after, on April 15, the ticket price rises to 27 euros, while on the day of the concert, 30 euros will need to be allocated. Tickets are available at Eventim.hr and Entrio.hr, as well as at all Eventim and Entrio outlets, as well as at Dirty Old Shop and Rockmark.

Oct
23
Wed
SEPTICFLESH, Equilibrium, Oceans, Scar of the Sun – Zagreb, Boogaloo –
Oct 23 all-day
SEPTICFLESH, Equilibrium, Oceans, Scar of the Sun - Zagreb, Boogaloo -

After 12 years, the Greek symphonic death metallers Septicflesh are returning to Croatia, i.e. 13 years since their performance in Boogaloo, where they will play again in front of the local metalion audience! They will be joined on the European “Modern Primitive” tour by popular folk metal Bavarians Equilibrium, and the evening will be opened by OCEANS and Scar of the Sun, two bands for fans of a more modern metal sound. The date to note is October 23 (Wednesday). Early bird tickets at a price of 28 euros can be purchased until May 1. or while supplies last via https://tickets.hangtimeagency.com or at the Dirty Old Shop! The pre-sale price is 32 euros, while on the day it will cost 36 euros if there are any left.

Septicflesh was formed in 1990 in Athens when Soritis Vayenas (guitar), Spiros Antoniou (bass/vocals) and his younger brother Christos (guitar) got together. Already a year later, they released their first EP, “Temple of the Lost Race”, while their first studio album, Mystic Places of Dawn, was released in 1994 and was co-produced by Magus Wampyr Daoloth, keyboardist of Rotting Christ. Since then, they have released 10 more albums, the most current of which is “Primitive Modern” from 2022, which they are promoting on this occasion at Boogaloo.
Their style can be described as symphonic death metal, and this is best evidenced by the live album Infernus Sinfonica MMXIX, which they recorded with a symphony orchestra and choir in Mexico. In addition to the aforementioned founders, the band also includes Kerim “Krimh” Lechner, former drummer of Decapitated who recently sold out Močvara, and Dinos “Psychon” Prassas on rhythm guitar.