Kotor May Rock Festival Begins Tonight at St. Tripun Square!

By , 20 May 2018, 13:59 PM Lifestyle

May 20, 218 - 'Kotor May Rock', organized by the Tourist Organization of Kotor, will be held today and tomorrow at St. Tripun Square, in front of the cathedral, from 21h. 

During the two-day program, six bands will perform. The event will begin tonight with the Dubrovnik-based alt-dream band Embassy 615, recognizable by quality authorship within the conceptual project. The audience will have an opportunity to be reminded of the old hits of Generacija 5 like "Dolazim za pet minuta" and "Ti samo budi dovoljno daleko" with Đorđe David and Death Saw. The first concert night will end with the performance of the band Kanda, Kodza i Nebojša, one of the most recognizable groups in this area with energetic performances and socially engrossed progressive soundtracks.

The second concert night will open the local band Light Under the Black Mountain, who, with their great performances of original music during the New Year's Eve holidays showed the art of performing blues rock, something scarce in this area. Then comes the production of Niksic's band Society of Hidden Talents, whose songs point to the power of the individual and the desire for a better life. The end of the event is reserved for Nikola Vranjkovic and alternative sounds, blended in the contemporary, and always relevant poetry that looks at the dark reality with a hint of optimism. This will be the first performance of the "Veronautika" album in front of an audience in Kotor. 

With this event, TO Kotor continues to fulfill the promise given to the audience during the New Year's Rocky New Year festival when it was announced that many fans of this sound would be provided with a series of similar events.

'Kotor May Rock' is an introduction to a rich cultural program aimed at the audience in this city by the end of summer, which will be filled with excellent jazz performances, performances of greats in classical music, ethnic sounds in artistic performances, Adriatic melodies, folklore program , klapa and choral singing, as well as performances of the City orchestra.

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