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First time in Riga – soul music diva Imany

Author of phenomenally successful hits “Don’t Be So Shy” (Nr.1 in 11 European countries!) and “You Will Never Know”, French soul music diva Imany on 29th of April will perform for the first time in Latvia. The talented artist with suede voice will visit Riga concert hall “Palladium” during promotional tour of her newest album “The Wrong Kind Of War”.

RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS WILL PERFORM IN LATVIA FOR THE FIRST TIME!

Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced they will come to Latvia and play the impressive outdoor concert in Lucavsala, Riga on the bank of Daugava river on Thursday, 27 July 2017.

ROBBIE WILLIAMS THE HEAVY ENTERTAINMENT SHOW TOUR 2017.

At a press conference in London today, Robbie Williams announced his highly anticipated 2017 European stadium tour. Twenty-nine shows in eighteen countries are announced, opening with a date at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on June 2nd 2017. Erasure will be joining Robbie Williams on the tour as special guests. Tickets go on sale this Friday, November 11. Robbie will perform a special one-off show at The Troxy in London this evening to celebrate receiving the prestigious BRITs Icon Award. The award is the highest accolade given by the BRIT Awards and has previously only been given to Elton John and David Bowie. It is only presented to artists whose writing, recording and performances have set them apart as having made a lasting impact on British culture, recognising the very highest level of achievement in music.

EROTS 2017 tickets already on sale!

Tickets to the International Erotica Festival Erots 2017, the hottest event of the year, that will take place from 17–18 February at Kipsala Hall, are on sale as of 1 November. Under 18s not admitted! Enticing male and female strip shows will heat up the audience; foreign adult industry stars will skilfully use the art of seduction to ignite most intimate fantasies of spectators. Which stars? Erots will introduce the festival stars one by one to keep you intrigued. However, we can tell you for now, that the festival will offer an exciting and naughty burlesque show.

In February rising British stars Blossoms will perform in Riga

On 22nd of February the British rising stars "Blossoms will perform at Palladium concert hall. Band from Manchester have won 4th place of the vicinity prospective talent top “BBC Music Sound of 2016” and their self-titled debut album topped British Album chart for two weeks. First results clearly demonstrates that music industry professionals are not mistaken in their forecasts, and continuing to work as diligently as before the band can expect very bright future.

SCOTT BRADLEE’S POSTMODERN JUKEBOX RETURNS TO RIGA IN MARCH 2017 BRINGING THEIR VINTAGE TWIST TO MODERN POP SONGS

Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox has announced a 2017 European tour set to kick off end of February in UK. Performance of SCOTT BRADLEE’S POSTMODERN JUKEBOX in Riga will take place at Palladium concert hall on March 4, 2017.

JUNIP, TEMPLES, YOU ME AT SIX and others joined POSITIVUS festival

Junip, Temples, You Me at Six, MØ, FM Belfast and Pompeya are added to Positivus Festival line-up, with King Charles and And So I Watch You from Afar returning to the festival stages. Positivus Festival will take place on July 18, 19 and 20 in Salacgrīva.

The melodic folk rock band of José González Junip will engulf the festival guests in the ultimate idyllic summer ambience. Although initially created only as a hobby band by González and two of his childhood friends in the early 90’s, in 2000 Junip re-emerged as a refined, ethereally psychedelic folk rock band. Their highly anticipated and light-heartedly dynamic debut record Fields (2010) became a steadfast music critic and connoisseur favourite. Some of their latest work is featured on “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” movie soundtrack.


Sixties glam rock with a dash of eastern psychedelia is what Temples are all about. The band caused a serious music scene commotion even before the release of their critically acclaimed debut album Sun Structures in 2014. With Noel Gallagher naming them ‘the best new band in Britain’, Temples have already performed at all the biggest music festivals and played together with The Rolling Stones at London’s Hyde Park.

You Me at Six (YMAS) is currently one of the best British pop rock export bands, with wickedly punkish guitar riffs and excitingly catchy pop choruses. YMAS have conquered the British charts, sold out the Wembley arena and made a gradual transition from hazy pop punk to a more melodic and contemporary rock sound, all while galvanizing audiences at concerts and festivals alike.

One of the hottest emerging Danish indie stars (Karen Marie Ørsted) is often compared to the likes of Grimes, Twin Shadow and Santigold. The hype surrounding the release of her first two tracks led to a record deal with one of the biggest global record labels Sony, who are behind the release of her debut album No Mythologies to Follow (2014).

 
The playfully mischievous Icelandic synth pop bands FM Belfast are true festival performers, creating uninhibited music for themselves and their audiences. With band members ranging from 3 to 45, depending on whoever is available, FM Belfast are positively unpredictable artists, with a wide arsenal of musical instruments, which sometimes even include a cow bell.
 
 
Always an anticipated Positivus Festival guest, King Charles is undoubtedly a beloved artist in Latvia; his heartfelt performances are guaranteed to thrill and inspire his audiences. This summer King Charles will treat the festival guests with new songs from his upcoming album. The singer-songwriter has toured with Laura Marling, last year’s festival headliners Noah and the Whale, as well as Mumford and Sons, with whom he recorded the lyrical ballad The Brightest Lights.

 
Drawing inspiration from disco, new wave and indie rock, Moscow’s ambitious quartet Pompeya create refined and unabashed pop tracks in English. The band’s music is an organic combination of vibrant harmonies, melodic synth lines and punchy guitar riffs. Having just embarked on their first US tour, Pompeya also impressed audiences at one of the biggest music industry events of the year - SXSW.

 
The Northern Irish instrumental post rock and math rock band And So I Watch You From Afar (ASIWYFA) will also be returning to this year’s Positivus Festival, having first performed back in 2010. Not ones for making lazy and placid background music, ASIWYFA create an accelerated, dynamic and explosive instrumental mix of tunes that will become part of the perfect festival soundtrack.

 
The festival 3 day ticket without camping currently costs EUR 57 and a 3 day ticket with camping costs EUR 63. Ticket prices are set to increase.

This year’s Positivus Festival will host:
Kraftwerk
Ellie Goulding
The Kooks
Bastille
Junip
Temples
Laura Mvula
of Montreal
The 1975
King Charles
Daughter

FM Belfast
You Me at Six
Kid Karate
And So I Watch You From Afar
Birth Of Joy
Pompeya
u.c.