One of the most original orchestras of Hungarian rock history, Panta Rhei, violating all the boundaries of progressive rock music from several directions has been reunited. Besides the Szalay brothers who make up the heart of the band, Miklós Felkai, Dániel Szalay (András's son), Mátyás Milkovics and András Kálmán plays, of course, Enikő Ács and József Nagy, the flutist lof the band's first line up. They will play on the ship from all of their epochs: Bartók, electronic music and rock classics. The support act will be by the kicking Oliver Lee.
The "Most Famous Lute-player of the Western World" who won the Cannes Soundtrack Award for the score of Only Lovers Left Alive by Jim Jarmush at the Cannes Film Festival returns after two great gigs for the t6hird time to the A38 Ship. The night will feature as support a great Hungarian act: The Devil's Trade.
Across the universe of improvised musicality with no compromise, Ethnofil invites you to a journey flowing across atmospheres and moods of the greatest versatility on the third albums presentation concert. Their support will be the a great band Korai Trancemission formed on the grounds of the legendary Korai Öröm.