Saturday, 07. December 2013 - 14:12
06. 07. 12. - 10:00
Well known Croatian band Belfast Food, from the city of Rijeka, will perform tonight (Friday) 6 July on the waterfront in the Dalamtian city of Split, when they open "Koncerti na Rivi" (Concerts on the Waterfront).
"Belfast Food is a band that is profiled as a quality band in terms of its music-playing, and its entertaining, because our concerts always have alot of energy and good vibrations. From the start we have based our music on the combination of Irish sound with a solid base, whilst recently the use of electronic overtones has given an extra touch to the band's sound, " said band frontman Erik Malnar.
Organised by Jeunesses Musical Split (Glazbena Mladez Split), "Koncerti na Rivi 2012" will be held every Friday, Saturday and Monday from 6 July to 27 September, with Marijan Ban and Diktatora playing the closing night concert on Tourism Day on 27 September.
Besides the popular Rijeka band, Split locals and tourists will have a chance during summer to be entertained on the city's waterfront by bands such as Stampedo, The Bambi Molesters, Zdenka Kovacicek, Harpoon Blues Band, Beatles Revival, Ricardo Luque with orchestra, Fon Bishkich&Narodno blago, Band Libar, Marijan Ban and Diktatori, and foreign reggae band Jah Wariors and jazz/blues band Chocolate Disaster i Acoustic Mud.
Entry to all concerts is free.
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