Palya Beas world of folk music, movingly personal, is built on a fusion of traditional motifs and modern themes. He expands his repertoire to the 1K Festival with special arrangements and guest production by Pter Gablyasz. The Caucasus Band starts the evening with a similar approach, in addition to the exclusive cover session, the eternal alter favorites and the latest hit songs will also be performed.
The name of Mtys Premecz is associated with two things among the Hungarian audience: vigorous bands (including Kknyl, Fbin Juli and Zoohacker, Sena Live Band, but he also accompanied Jackie Orszczky on his last home tour) and a huge Hammond organ. The ambient and mood will be warmed up by the FUNKorporation formation from Transylvania.
Ladnybene is making a unique reggae jam with a program specially compiled for this evening. Sin Seekas spins the speed with funk, reggae and ska elements, and with their songs in English and Hungarian they embed it on the stage like a real Balkan madness.
The dynamic songs of the seven-member Estendon are mostly accompanied by lyrical lyrics, sometimes incorporating classical music motifs alongside rock, funk, jazz and world music elements. Gorlo Volka's power-pop, focuses on Meli Farkas, who writes songs and sings, and his name is also hidden in the name of the band, which means wolves.
Rackajam combines the respect of Hungarian culture and the rock n roll revolution in its show: the poems of revolutionary poets, the dawn of Petfi and Attila Grecz in Kalotaszeg fit and merge with the music of Hendrix. The Loyal Apples Club will be once again conveying the message of pure blues with the brute power of blood n roll.
The Coffee Break Band (Kvsznet), which forms a bridge between pop culture and literary works, starts the 1Carpathian Basin Festival together with Misi Mez.