New Weekend – New Events

Sweet is the fruit of hard work week, and this weekend offers some great musical events just for you!

Estonian folk pop group`s “Curly Strings” singer Eeva Talsi and her husband Villu Talsi have created a duo and will perform on 22nd May at Laitse granite villa.

The duo has existed for a quiet time, but for the audience both are better known as “Curly Strings” members. The duo is characterized by its sincere joy for music.

Experience a concert full of love and joy. But your ticket here.

Vilnius alternative rock band “Monkey Tank” are going to be just one of the artists to perform at Street music days this Saturday!

The rock trio was formed by three guys who previously played very different music ranging from Blues Rock to Metal. Having more than 10 years of music experience amongst them, they were far from being new to the music scene in Lithuania. The group`s product of vision is a mash-up of different music styles from 90’s rock vibes to grunge to modern rock and even disco beats, all of which are spun and woven into the solid fabric of Music. Fueled by a constant motion and both progressive and creative attitude the trio is determined to create a unique sound that would reach as many ears and hearts as possible.

Discover “Monkey Tank” and other great musicians at the festival here.

Eric Bobo`s Cypress Hill Tour is coming to Tallinn on 21st May.

Percussion madman Eric Bobo made his first public appearance at the age of 5, performing on stage with his father, Latin Jazz legend Willie Bobo. As the jazz scene evolved through the 80s and hip hop became a dominant force in music, Bobo found his calling. With a recommendation from a friend, Bobo got an audition with the Beastie Boys and before he knew it, he was on their 1992 national “Check Your Head” tour.

Don`t miss Eric`s performance with Cypress Hill Band. More here.

“Pirmais Kurss” is a humorous rock with lots of irony performed by Francis Upaciers, Davis Mazurenko, Valdis Avotins and Karlis Zemitis. Enjoy a comic night with the band on 21st May at Pub Aptieka.

Audience describes the group`s repertoire and sound not only as fun, encouraging and joyful, but also nuanced and interestingly designed. Self-irony, serious and futile problems, pain and joy – you can hear all of that when “Pirmais Kurss” performs.

Find the event info here.

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