Viva Kultura Tent Stage is now live!

2018-08-03 22:09:44

The name Viva Kultura Tent Stage was invented two years ago. Formerly known as Krishna's Village of Peace Stage. Concerts taking place at Viva Kultura Stage attract huge audience. Stage welcomes mainly punk rock or so called 'niche' and 'underground' music bands, quite often new to the music market. 


fot. Artur Rawicz



We start with Kostrzyn's first-timers, Moron band, followed by alternative rock duet Sobotni Rosół and then reggae band Jafia (formerly known as Jafia Namuel) that was initiated in Piła in 1994. In addition, we'll listen to a lively ska mixed with some reggae during Cała Góra Barwinków's concert. Moreover, Chorzy, the band who took part in last year's Przystanek Woodstock eliminations and gave emotional concert at the Second Stage. Reaching the end of the day we'll have the opportunity to listen to two death metal bands – Warbell from Jelenia Góra, Poland and The Unguided from Sweden.


fot. Dominik Malik

fot. Damian Mekal

fot. Damian Mekal



To properly start second concert day we invite you to listen to an interesting Crossover Thrash project that was initiated in Silesia Province – Tester Gier. Afterwards you'll have a chance to listen to a bit of rap at Pol'and'Rock! Rap part will be represented by Tymek (Tymoteusz Bucki) with his characteristic hoarse vocal and chorus being sung with a touch of blues. Snowblind will present a mixture of hard rock, grunge and metal. And if you're more into punkrock revolt, you should come to the Iraas Band's concert. We know a lot of you will be interested in Kapela Ze Wsi Warszawa (Warsaw Village Band), that plays traditional Polish folk music tunes combined with modern elements. Then we'll have a chance to enjoy Farben Lehre, their concerts are always a great experience! This 30-year old band will perform two concerts this year. Today we have a chance to listen to their acoustic version, meanwhile on Friday they'll power up! In the end we invite you to join us at punk rock Transsexdisco concert!


fot. Paweł Krupka



Friday fun starts with energetic punk rock band The Bastard. Right after that we'll welcome reggae team of 10, The Djangos. Afterwards we'll have a chance to listen to Defekt Muzgó, playing a concert in tribute to their recently deceased charismatic leader, Tomasz "Siwy" Wojnar. Friday will be the rebel day at Viva Kultura Stage. After Defekt Muzgó we'll see Blade Loki with their punk rock, reggae, and ska mix. We surely do not need to introduce The Analogs to you. And last but not least give a warm welcome to Farben Lehre! After yesterday's 'unplugged' concert, today they'll amplify their music even more!



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