Music and fashion icon Peggy Gou brings Ninja Tune to Prague
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Summer Calling Monday

Andy Road, Tricky V


Biodan, Manio

Avenue 33

Michael C, Melvin Coxx

Alison Wonderland


Definition House

Vilem, Biodan, Jean Luc


resident dj: Chris Sadler


CJ Fox, David Ferraday, Cou-D

Summer Calling Monday

Andy Road, Tricky V

Grizzly Bear





presents Whitey Ford’s House Of Pain

George Fitzgerald



support: Mahony

Nora En Pure




Peggy Gou

(Phonica,Ninja Tune/Berlin)

Pouya (USA)

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Night Lovell (CA) - rescheduled

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Metric (CA)

[loveit] sound

Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls


The Glitch Mob


Jorge Blanco

new date


Kensington (NL)

support: The Silver Spoons (CZ)

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Netherlands based Kensington are coming back to the Czech Republic. This time, the band are performing twice, on April 12th 2018 in Roxy, Prague and on April 13th 2018 in Fleda, Brno. Tickets for 590 czk (Prague show) and for 490 czk (Brno show) will be available from Friday December 1st at noon via, and Ticketpro. 

Rock band Kensington have released their latest album Control last year. The first single of the album is Do I Ever. “What do I know, I ought to grow but do I ever?” singer Eloi Youssef asks in this grand rock song about vulnerability and surrender. With Control, the band have made their most ambitious and intense record yet. It’s also their most personal, and introspective.

Control is the follow-up to Kensington’s 2014 release Rivals, the two times platinum album that brought them to clubs and festival stages all over Europe and built them a solid fan base around the continent. European Festivals Kensington played at include Sziget, EXIT, Frequency, Gurten, Life Festival, Werchter, Lowlands and Pinkpop. The album included the hit singles StreetsWarRiddles, and Done With It.

The band, whose 2013 hit song Home Again was featured in an international Jack Wolfskin commercial, played venues of up to 7,000 people in Germany, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary last year and ended with 5 sold out shows at the Amsterdam Ziggo Dome in Holland.