The night of 25th February was the night of Latvian heavy music band The Factor – they finally presented their album at club Studentu klubs in Riga. In the best traditions of The Factor they had prepared quite a show for all their guests. Read more>
11th February was the night of British music in Palladium concert hall. Not only the headliners for this night was British electronic music duo LAMB but also the warm up artists had come along from UK. Before the LAMB audience was warmed up by lyric singer Jay Leighton (who I missed so you wont see him in photos ) and quite attractive indie band The Ramona Flowers. Read more>
After shutting down the Rock ‘n Riga rock club some months ago Riga was left without the proper place to hang out for all those who like some good live rock music. Now the recently opened rock club Ziggy is trying to become the best place for all those hairy individuals where they can headbang all night long in front of the best selection of upcoming and already well known rock bands.
So I went to test out the new place and see the performance of already well known Latvian hard-rock band Rūsa. Read more>
On 7th January I went to music club Black Friday to see the live performance of uprising Latvian rock band The Velvet Supernova for the first time. I must say I’m positively impressed although there’s still room to grow but with such a natural talent for sharing positive emotions with public it shouldn’t be a problem. Read more>
On 29th December the rock music legends Chris Norman and Bonnie Tyler gave concert in Arena Riga togather with Kaunas symphonic orchestra from Lithuania. This is the case when there is nothing more to say – you all know these singers from such bands as Smokie and hits like Total Eclipse of the Heart, Midnight Lady, Holding Out for a Hero and many more. Read more>
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On 10th December one of the most awaited concerts of Latvian artists under the project Instrumenti took place at Arena Riga. Totally sold out concert confirmed unsatisfied appetite of Latvians for great music and spectacular show – and it is clear that Instrumenti succeeded to fulfill both of these needs. Read more>