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2015 has so far been a good year for all Danish music fans in Hungary. We already had Sleep Party People, Lisa Alma and with us (check out Good because Danish’s Instagram for photos from some of these shows!) and now more Danish acts have been announced for this fall.

WhoMadeWho – who gave one of the best concerts of Budapest Essentials Festival in 2014 – are back to the Hungarian capital on the first day of October. On 3. October Copenhagen based Lust For Youth is making a stop in Budapest as part of their current European tour. For Rangleklods it will already be the third time here, among them a very memorable gig on Sziget Festival 2013. On 24. October the duo is presenting their latest album “Straitjacket”. This “very Danish” October will be closed by a gig of the stoner-rock band Get Your Gun on the A38 ship, their music blends together classic stoner tunes with blues and folk elements resulting in a very own style.

2015 eddig egy nagyon jó év a dán zenei magyar rajongói számára. A Sleep Party People, Lisa Alma és MØ után, idén ősszel még több dán előadó teszi tiszteletét nálunk.

A 2014-es Budapest Essentials egyik legjobb koncertjét adó WhoMadeWho október elején visszatér a magyar fővárosba.  Az éppen európai turnén lévő koppenhágai Lust For Youth október 3-án Budapesten is koncertet ad majd. A Rangleklods 2013-as emlékezetes Szigetes fellépése után, október 24-én  “Straitjacket” névre hallgató új albumával érkezik hozzánk, ez lesz a zenekar harmadik magyarországi koncertje.Ezt a “nagyon dán” októbert pedig a stoner rockot játszó Get Your Gun A38-es fellépése zárja, akik blues és folk elemekkel fűszerezik meg a klasszikus stoner hangzást, így teremtve meg sajátos hangzásukat. 


01.10.2015 – Budapest: Dürer Kert – Event on Facebook

03.10.2015 – Budapest: A38 Hajó – Event on Facebook

24.10.2015 – Budapest: Akvárium Klub – Event on Facebook

27.10.2015 –  Budapest: A38 Hajó – Event on Facebook

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