Kamenka Open festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary

Kamenka Open festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary

The Kamenka Open multi-genre festival will revive the meadow in the Kamenná kolonie neighbourhood in Brno for the tenth time already. This year's guests include Funky Pappa, Jamiroquai Tribute Band and Pleasure Portable. Theatres will be represented by the Hysterie Theatre, Koráb Theatre or the Bez Pravidel Theatre.  

The Kamenka Open festival is announced to take place on 21 to 23 June 2019. The programme features music groups, film screenings, theatre performances, workshops and a children's programme. 

Festival programme:

Friday, 21 June 2019 - movie screenings (FridaysForFuture theme)

18:00 Music warm-up in the rhythm of trueschool, powered by DJs Ntkz (Bassinfection) and Rubenz (Rosice)

21:00 BBC Climate Change - The Facts (Documentary, United Kingdom, 2019, 58 min.)

22:00 Piripkura (Documentary, Brazil, 2017, 81 min.)

Saturday, 22 June 2019 – festival on the meadow

12:00 PM Martin Binder

13:30 Pleasure Portable

15:00 Funky Pappa

16:30 Lu von Schmidt & Ekstrom Quartet

18:00 Jamiroquai Tribute Band

19:30 Sajmon and Garfunkers

21:00 USB - Universal Swing Brothers

23:00 DJ Mik-Mik (EAC)

DJ Ntkz (Bassinfection) in the intermissions between bands

Sunday, 23 June 2019 – theatres on the meadow

12:00 Hysterie Theatre – Fairy Tales from a Suitcase

13:00 Koráb Theatre – Puss in Boots

14:00 Bez Pravidel Theatre – From the World of Puppets

15:00 Theatre Ça se fait pas – Om inclusive

17:00 Dulcimer Band of Your Grandfather

20:00 Final afterparty at a bonfire on the wave  of Balkan Brass, latino, afro house, soul funk, reggae… Papa Emys (Pawlač zewls)
Mik-mik (Equipe animazione)

CIRCUS TENT: there will be an on-site children's corner for the whole duration of the festival; theatres and circus workshops will be held in the tent on Sundays.

Photo from archive of the festival

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