Száz év telt el a szesztilalom óta, de a kor hangulata most újra megjelenik december 8-án a Whizz-Bang és az Ed Philips and the Memphis Patrol közös koncertjén az A38 hajón! Ha szeretnéd egy estére megtapasztalni, milyen lehetett a ’20-as évek Amerikájában egy zenés klubban szórakozni, ott a helyed!
Balkan Madness with a bit of electronic support, it is Shantel’s legendary Frankfurt-based Bucovina Club that returns to hit Budapest and present Kusturica's craziest disco partizans on a hilarious party.
When talking about industrial pioneers, a band should not be missing: THE KRUPPS in addition to Kraftwerk and the Einstürzende Neubauten!
The fathers of the Hungarian underground who will kick again with their free and powerful songs. Support will be Róbert Németh's new band.
The dizzying Swedish hiphop-jazz-pop band, one of the country's most popular export items is holding an album-release show at their third show on the Ship!
The "devilish angelic castrated criminal anarchist brechtian blues trio" is performing on the Ship on their 30th birthday tour.
Two singer-guitarists on one stage: Artisjus award winner András Apey with Trillion musician Lee Oliver, takes on acoustic guitar, as in their version of Looking Forward.
The most exciting crossover electronic band from the Netherlands featuring 5 great musicians will spread their world-renowned music to the fans on the occasion of the release of their second album. Support by Budapest's beloved Analog Balaton.
MC Kemon, one of Hungary's best-known MC's, also a member or Irie Maffia, has released a solo album: he wrote all the music and lyrics and will now present it with his band.
Hungarian blues legend Jenő Fekete finally releases his solo album in 2019 - that will be celebrated at the A38 ship with his rocking sound and heart-like soul featuring prominent musicians of the Hungarian music scene.
Mission Delirium plays flaming Bollywood, Balkan, Brazilian, Ethiopian, Tango, Afro-pop, Arab sound and more on trumpets, drums, trombones, saxes and tubas.
Budapest-based Hungarian indie-rock band that will make you happy and take you high! Support act by the great Marble Mist!
Akua Naru, a New Haven-i misék gospel világán szocializálódott, társai és közössége mellett mindig kiálló énekes energikusabb, jobb és gyönyörűbb,, mint valaha.
Paul McCartney celebrates his 77th birthday in 2019 just five days after The Blackbirds concert. His best-known songs are presented by the 15-year-old Hungarian Beatles Memorial Orchestra.
Without any doubt one of the most popular metalcore bands of the world, with its amazing record sales, Atreyu returns to Budapest - this time as a headliner! The twenty-year-old band presents their latest album released last fall, proving that they are still just as fresh and powerful as they were at the start or at the peak of ten years ago. Guest: From Our Hands.
A kicking and exciting post-metal, post-rock quartet from Australia with keyboard!!! Support act by Labirinto from Brazil.
Zoli Téglás does not rest: In addition to having a double concert with Ignite in February, his own Zoli Band will continue to play with a new album from 2019 onwards. In recent years, this project has been a bit neglected since Zoli had to focus on Ignite and his acting career; but the time has finally come for him to work with the best Hungarian musicians on their new album, which will be presented at the A38 Ship and on their European tour.
One of the most important formations in the field of industrial electronica Swiss The Young Gods will return to Hungary after many years. The more than thirty-year-old band will release its new album in February, and they'll arrive presemting it at the A38 Ship on April 3.
A contemporary composer-pianist, who has on Spotify more than 30 millions of listenings and whose songs are featured on 44000 playlists: James Heather is one of the most popular authors-performers of the online world of music. The latest discovery by Coldcut and Ninja Tune had his debut at Glastonbury festival where he accompanied Laura Marling and his conpositions brought him an enormous number of new fans. The first solo gig by James Heather in Hungary will be at the Ship.
Peter Egyedi has been known as great bandleader, guitarist and singer in different bands. Now finally he makes his solo debut presented with a rich line up featuring great and famous musicians.
Echo Collective, the "neoclassical" chamber orchestra of Brussels came into the contemporary scene in just a couple of months: at the beginning of 2018, a reconditioned Erasure album was announced, and the radio version of Radiohead's Amnesia was announced almost simultaneously. The two albums had a huge success, and Echo Collective became a great contemporary sensation this year. After a number of European festival invitations, the Belgian band finally arrives to Budapest with its Radiohead program to show what depths are hiding in the twenty-year-old Amnesiac.
Zúzós gypsindie, alternatív zsírrock avagy acéldög dallampunk: teljesen mindegy minek nevezzük a friss de máris érettnek és tapasztaltnak mondható DLRM-ot és zenéjét, egy a lényeg: add át magad az erőnek!
Yes, No Fun At All has been reunited and will first appear in Budapest! One of the key bands of the 1960s skatepunk-punkrock world, after ten years of despair, released its new album in April, and has a tour for the album. The Grit is like the Swedish brigade would never stopped. Swift, spinning, and best of all: not stall or nostalgic. So it is not worth making nostalgic preparations on January 26 at A38, since No Fun At All is as fresh and alive as ever! Their support will be Poison Alley.
A fantastic night with lunatic, powerful and happy music featuring Firkin's new album with their Irish pubsong explosion. Support will be by Small Things - Blink-182 Tribute. Let's dance!