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Holiday Clubbing

Michael C, Biodan

Holiday Clubbing

Manio, Subgate

Holiday Clubbing

Melvin Coxx, Jean Luc

Holiday Clubbing

Michael C, Dan Cooley

Holiday Clubbing

Yannick, Lumiere

Holiday Clubbing

Chris Sadler, Minister

Holiday Clubbing

Mathiass O’Zana, Tibiza

Cavetown | cancelled


Ca$hanova Bulhar & Labello


Ben Böhmer live | new date


Christian Löffler Live | new date


Boys Noize | new date


Stereo Express live | new date


DC Breaks (UK)

present DCXV & Crissy Criss (UK)

Denis Sulta | new date

(UK) | 3 hr

JFDR | new date

(IS) | at NoD

Jaga Jazzist


Little Dragon | new date


Postmodern Jukebox


Adriatique | new date

(CH) | 4hr set

Meute | new date

(DE) | Sold Out

KiNK live | new date


Novelist & P Money

new date

Ic3peak | new date


Ezra Furman | new date & venue


High Contrast | new date


Fast Food Orchestra

Lordi (FIN)

new date

Grandmaster Flash | new date




Fontaines D.C.


Metronomy | new date



Bombay Bicycle Club (UK) | POSTPONED

promoter: Charmenko CZ
support: KAWALA
tickets: 690 czk

POSTPONED - We’re devastated to have to reschedule our upcoming European tour due to current events. Unfortunately, the majority of the cities we were scheduled to play have put bans in place that make doing the tour impossible. We were very much looking forward to the shows and we are working on rescheduling them for later this year. All tickets will remain valid, please contact your ticket vendor if you require further information.


The British band Bombay Bicycle Club will perform in the Czech Republic for the first time. They will bring brand new release „Everything Else Has Gone Wrong“ to Roxy, Prague on March 16th 2020 after five years long hiatus. The tickets (690 czk) go on sale on December 6th at 10 am via Ticketmaster and GoOut. The show is promoted by Charmenko CZ.

Between 2009 and 2014, Bombay Bicycle Club made four albums and at the beginning of 2015 just after 18 months of touring their fourth record „So Long, See You Tomorrow”, which Pitchfork called “An euphoric synth-pop odyssey” and which had given them their first number one album, the British band decided to break up. "It's so much easier to stop when you can call it quits and know you were at the top," guitarist Jamie MacColl explains. "I think if we had gone any longer, we may have broken up in such a way that we might not have ever been able to return to it.

Now, they are announcing comeback. They released two singles so far – catchy „Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)“ with a storytelling music video about how the band members missed each other. The second single „Everything Else Has Gone Wrong“ was the last song to be written for Bombay Bicycle Club's fifth album, and it makes perfect sense that it gives the record its name. "It seemed to encapsulate everything the album is about," says singer/guitarist Jack Steadman. Like the album, the song is about hope and renewal, about finding safety in what brings you comfort, in what you love the most, while all around is crumbling. The new album „Everything Else Has Gone Wrong“ is out on January 17th 2020 and Bombay Bicycle Club will introduce it on March 16th in Roxy Prague