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Positivus announces next festival summer dates

In the next summer, Positivus festival will take place on July 14th and 15th in Riga, Lucavsala. Only for 3 days, starting from Wednesday, November 23rd, the first festival tickets will be available at the lowest "Early Bird" ticket price.

The best music of all Harry Potter films next spring in Riga

On the evening of March 22nd, Arena Riga will turn into the wonderful world of Harry Potter, which will be conjured up by the Magical Symphonic and Philharmonic Film Orchestra, together with renowned soloists, choir, as well as original actors. All this will be complemented by first-class sound, light and laser technologies.

Robbie Williams will perform in Riga with his anniversary tour

Robbie Williams returns to the stage with his greatest hits. Next year Robbie Williams will celebrate the 25th anniversary of his award-winning solo career and will perform in Arena Riga on March 9th. Tickets on sale from September 30th 11am on the "Bilešu Serviss" network. FBI and Positivus festival concert club members will be able to buy tickets earlier in pre-sale from September 29th 11am using a code that will be sent to registered users.

Symphometal heavyweights “Apocalyptica” and “Epica” in one concert

The general sale in the entire Biļešu serviss network, starting from Thursday, August 11th, at 10.00

Milky Chance returns in Palladium Riga concert hall

Their debut single “Stolen Dance” seduced millions of people in Europe and outside of its borders, now they are ready to return to the stage with new music.

General ticket sales for the Måneskin concert

Today, on March 25th, at 3pm, the public sale of tickets for the concert of the phenomenal Italian band Måneskin, which will take place onn May 18th, 2023 at Arēna Rīga, starts throughout the “Biļešu serviss” network (www.bilesuserviss.lv).

Global music phenomenon Måneskin will perform in Riga next spring!

On May 18th, 2023, the winners of Eurovision and the global music phenomenon the Italian band Måneskin will perform at Arēna Rīga in framework of their first worlwide tour “Loud Kids”.

The only Sigur Rós concert in the Baltics - this autumn in Riga

On October 15th, with the only concert in the Baltic States the most successful Icelandic band Sigur Rós will perform at Arēna Rīga.

Tarja's finally coming to Riga with a special Christmas program

It has become known that after such a long wait on December 21st we will finally be able to listen to and watch a live performance of the symphonic metal diva Tarja in Riga!

RÓISÍN MURPHY WILL PERFORM IN CONCERT HALL PALLADIUM RIGA



The extravagant Irish singer, Mercury Award nominee and one of the most innovative artists
Róisín Murphy will perform at the Palladium Riga concert hall on May 7th, 2022. The artist will visit Riga as part of her tour on the latest album "Róisín Machine". Tickets are on sale starting from today at bilesuserviss.lv.


“I’m actually proud of every record I’ve made and that’s an amazing thing to be able to say,” confesses Róisín Murphy. “Couldn’t pick a favorite. If there’s going to be an ultimate success story with my career it would be that the catalog’s going to mean something solid in the future.” Róisín Murphy guards over her songwriting career like a lioness protecting its cubs and with good reason. A quick glance, from leftfield downtempo bangers like “Party Weirdo” to Top Of The Pops, smashes like “The Time Is Now” and “Sing It Back” with Moloko and a wildly divergent solo career that has flitted joyfully from Italian song to powerhouse tracks like “Let Me Know” means she has stealthily developed into Britain’s most innovative and restless artist.

The idea for the latest album “Róisín Machine” began ten years ago. “Originally we started off like we were making an LP,” recalls DJ Parrot – aka Crooked Man – with whom Murphy first worked in the late 90s. “Róisín rang up one day and said she wanted to make some house music and off we went”. The album was nominated for the Irish “Choice Music Prize” as "Album of the Year", Pitchfork ranked 17th among the top 50 albums of 2020, and NME ranked 21st among the Top 50 albums of 2020. The Rolling Stones song “Murphy’s Law” ranked 32nd among the top 50 songs of 2020 and the BBC Culture album included among “The best 2020 albums and songs of the year ”.

One of the few joys of the lockdown was Róisín’s YouTube channel, an oasis of Alice In Wonderland antics, club-kid performance art, live vocal performances, with hallucinogenic shape-shifting visuals, always offset beautifully by her usual sartorial flair and exhibitionism. More and more Roisin comes across as a performer in full control of the performance and the art. “Everything I do is from the gut,” she says. “I’m always up to something, I’ve been directing videos and art-directing for years. The album is called “Róisín Machine” because I am a machine. I never stop.”

Róisín Murphy has attracted considerable attention and praise for her eccentric sense of fashion, which is also evident in the singer's concerts. It is skillfully combined with the artist's musical creativity, making the concert experience even more memorable. Tickets for the concert at the Palladium Riga concert hall on May 7th will be available at bilesuserviss.lv starting from today.
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