Everyone's favorite folk punk Portugese are returning to Kino Siska to give the crowds of Ljubljana some more. Their shows energetic, their message charismatic, let's see how they've been fairing in the past year.
British Marmozet's are undoubtedly one of Europe's favorite discoveries. Steadily building a strong fanbase since 2014, they've sold out their recent tour in England with their album Knowing What You Know, shooting this band into the spotlight of those to look out for.
French quadro-power dance-pop sensation is continuing their tour across Europe with one more stop at Ancienne Belgique this October 25th. The Nice-based group is no stranger to amassing large audiences at their gigs.
Serbian Bojana Vunturišević is leaving us floored with her unique vocals, charisma and excellent pop hits. Her solo debut "Daljine" has been regarded as a modern pop gem and compared to superstars such as Lord.
October marks the four-piece band revolution at Liveurope, continuing with French garage-pop Juniore. Modern take on the 60s with soothing vocals is what made this act one of the best representations of what's coming out of France this season.
It's the perfect sound of upcoming autumn. Austrian's CULK gives you broken melody breaks and matching vocals. For us, this means a hypnotic trance of modern Vienna that escalates as soon as experienced live.
One fun trivia about this four-piece Budapest-based band is that they've named themselves after a Tolstoy character. Platon Karataev established themselves in 2016, and their nostalgic acoustic beats and feel-good melodies have been met with widespread critical acclaim.