The observatory at Kraví hora will welcome the Brno music group Nevermore & Kosmonaut. As part of the concert, there will be songs from their latest album Bleděmodré město [Pale Blue City], which won this year's nomination for the Anděl Awards. The evening will be accompanied by video projection on the entire planetarium dome and an exhibition of photographs by David Konečný.
Nevermore & Kosmonaut is preparing a concert with unique fulldome projections. On the programme of the evening there will be songs from the album Bleděmodré město, which is dedicated in its lyrics to the city of Brno. Special projections will lead visitors to hidden as well as renowned corners of Brno, but also to the distant universe. The show, which premiered last June at the launch of the album, will be staged for the last time. At the same time, an exhibition of photographs by David Konečný will be held in the planetarium lobby, featuring actors from the Husa na provázku theatre on stylised colour images that visually develop the songs from the album. The band will add to the songs from their current album also songs from the debut album Mezi planetami [Among the Planets]. The event is announced to take place on Monday 25 March 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Observatory in Brno.