Ghettofest 2019: Please The Trees, Čankišou, Candish and more

Ghettofest 2019: Please The Trees, Čankišou, Candish and more

The Ghettofest Street Festival takes place in an excluded location known as the "Bronx of Brno", for which this socio-cultural concept has been created. The whole event opens the boundaries of the imaginary "ghetto", encouraging natural encounters and coexistence in one city. The dramaturgically varied programme features concerts, workshops and guided tours of the neighbourhood. The festival stages will feature Čankišou, Candish, Feri And The Gipsies, Please The Trees and a lot more.

The festival programme is divided into three days, with the main part taking place on the third day – 8 June  2019. The festival runs from 6 to 8 June in the "Bronx of Brno".

Festival programme:

6 June  20:00 Káznice na Cejlu [former jailhouse on Cejl Street]

Kapela [Band]

7 June  22:00  Meet up at Bratislavská 68

Night Tour of Bronx

8 June

10:00 Bratislavská Street

Guided Tour of Bronx

11:00 Café in the Ghetto

Open Breakfast

13:00 Platan Stage

Karika

14:30 Roma Stage

Candish

14:45 Hvězdička Stage

Čankišou

15:05 Hvězdička Stage

4 Gipsy Soul – launch of the album

15:30 Roma Stage

Piroš Rouža

16:10 Hvězdička Stage

Please The Trees

16:15 Platan Stage

Dorsey

17:30 Hvězdička Stage

Feri and the Gipsies

17:30 Roma Stage

Gypsy Kája

18:30 Platan Stage

Tafrob & DJ Chocolatic

The whole programme is available  here.

Čankišou/ photo by Gabin

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