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CLIMAX

resident dj: Chris Sadler

Tantrum Desire

(UK)

Free Mondays w/ VLMV (UK)

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Definition House

Dan Cooley, Yannick feat. Dave Trumpeteer, Tibiza

Refreshment

Beats 4 Love WarmUp

Free Mondays w/ We Came From Wolves (UK)

support: This Fool Park (CZ)

Too Many Zooz (US)

support: Marching Gang (CZ)

Roni Size

New forms live

Avenue 33

Biodan, Manio, Pietros

Free Mondays w/ Mynth (AUT)

@ NOD

Evropa 2 Awards 2017

Light and Love, Eddie Stoilow, Chinaski

Heaven Shall Burn (GER)

Claptone

(DE)

Electro Swing Fever

Majid Jordan (CAN)

support: STWO (FR)

BICEP

support Fatty M, dMIT.RY (Neo Violence)

Disciples

(UK)

TRIVIUM (USA)

support: Power Trip (USA), Venom Prison (UK)

&ME

(Keinemusik/GER)

Free Mondays w/ The Loranes (DE)

(DE)

Jackmaster

(UK)

Free Mondays w/ Polar Circles (CH)

Kensington (NL)

support: The Silver Spoons (CZ)

Kölsch

4 Hour Set

Awolnation (US)

support: Eliza & the Bear (UK)

Free Mondays w/ LEYYA (AT)

MED SCHOOL

Etherwood

VICTOR RUIZ

(BRA)

HYPNOTIC BRASS ENSEMBLE

(USA)

Free Mondays w/ Arms and Sleepers (USA)

CITYFEST

Kyau & Albert

MESHUGGAH

(SWE)

Grizzly Bear

(USA)

Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls

(UK)

Jorge Blanco

new date

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Milky Chance (DE)

support: Conner Youngblood (USA)

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Sold out FB event

German band Milky Chance is coming back to the Czech Republic. They are bringing their latest album Blossom to Roxy, Prague, on February 17th 2018. Tickets for 590 czk go on sale on September 15th at 10am via fource.cz, GoOut.cz and Ticketpro.

Milky Chance was founded by two classmates - Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch in 2012. Their debut album Sadnecessary was released only a year after and received largely positive response. Single Stolen Dance became no. 1 in almost all the charts across Europe and scored in the United States as well. The band appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! or Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show and played festivals such as Coachella or Lollapalooza. This year, they released their sophomore album called Blossom. Originally a two-piece band now performs as four-piece and is more focused on live instruments: “The way we used to record was always a mixture, like we used drums and then recording samples we made by tapping our feet on the ground, hitting the table with our finger, doing stuff like that. Now on stage, we’re four guys and we’re just working on that. We always had a vision of becoming a live band and of playing all of the music.“