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CBW’s Guide to Upcoming Live Performances in Georgia

Event Start Date: 15 Mar, 2018 - Event End Date: 10 Sep, 2018

Be prepared to empty your pockets because you’re gonna want to book tickets to these performances that will take place over the next few months in Georgia. Make your choices and mark dates on calendars:

Goran Bregovic

The celebration of melody, love and energy will be held organized by Art Media Group. World’s famous composer’s soundtracks – a mix of Balkan Folklore, Rock and Symphony is merged with his personal unique style.

When?- April 15th.

Where?- Tbilisi Sports Palace

Price- from 35 GEL.  Please note that the price of the ticket will rise to 2 weeks prior the concert.

Boris Breja

Freedom Music Festival has a surprise for us- high-tech minimal artist Boris Brejcha, German DJ will set the fire within the festival.

When?- April 27.

Where?- Tba

Price- multi-passes from 35GEL. 

Tbilisi 21st Jazz Festival

Eastern Promotions & TBC STATUS presents 21st Tbilisi Jazz Festival gathering Jazz trio from Minneapolis, American music group with a distinct a Capella style, American post-bop jazz saxophonist and son of prominent John Coltrane, and eleven-member ensemble of world-class talents.

When? – 28-30 of April

Bad Plus – Event Hall
29 Apr-Naturally 7 – Event Hall
30 Apr-Ravi Coltrane, Miles Electrick Band – Tbilisi Concert Hall

James Blunt

James Blunt, an English singer-songwriter and former British Army officer will visit Tbilisi on Independence Day. The show is a part of his ”Afterlove World Tour” and presentation of his fifth studio album which was created after the great success of his multi-platinum album Moon Landing.

With James Blunt in the festival also participate:

  • The Parlotones – rock band from South Africa
  • Host bands: Young Georgian Lolitaz and Loudspeakers

When?- May 26th

Where?- Mikheil Meskhi Stadium

Price- from 65 GEL.

Tom Odell

Detailed timetable:

Tbilisi Open Air 2018- 3 days, 4 stages and more than 70 artists. One of the headliner has announced, anticipated by locals- Tom Odell, English singer-songwriter.

When?- June 22-24. (Tom Odell- June 24)

Where?- Lisi Wonderland

Price- from 110 GEL. 

Elton John

 SOLO and Eastern Promotions present British pop and rock-musician’s Elton John’s and his band’s concert within ”Wonderful Crazy Night Tour”.

When? – July 1st.

Where? – Black Sea Arena

Price- from 90 GEL

Cigarettes After Sex

Electronic Music Festival ”Summer Set” is back with new challenges and headliners- Cigarettes After Sex along with WhoMadeWho and Koreless.  Ambient pop group based out of Brooklyn, NY led by songwriter Greg Gonzalez will perform in July.

When?- July 27th.

Where?- Tbilisi Sea

Price- from 40 GEL.

Robert Plant

If you have a nostalgia of 70’s and world’s one the best bend, Robert Plant lead singer and lyricist of the legendary British rock band will hold a concert with his band ”Sensational Space Shifters”, right here in Georgia within Black Sea Jazz Festival.

When? – July 19th

Where?-  Black Sea Arena (Shekvetili)

Price – from 60 GEL to 800 GEL. 

Gem Fest 2018

GEM FEST 2018 will last for 4 days including 24 hour working music stages, a lot of sport and other activities. GEM Movie Fest, Yoga, Soccer, Zip Line, Flea Market and Colorsfest. Detailed info is available on website. 

When?- 9-12 August

Where?- Anaklia, Ganmukhuri

Price- from 80 GEL.

Chemical Brothers

The Chemical Brothers,electronic music duo composed of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons will be live on September 1st at RIM in Rustavi Georgia. Pre-sale tickets will be available 21st of April organized by TBC Bank and Eastern Promotions.

When?- September 1st.

Where?- Rustavi International Motopark

Price- Not available yet. 

Imagine Dragons

Imagine Dragons are traveling around the globe with the tour called ”Evole Wold Tour”. According to Fix Group, company has offered band’s manager two locations in Georgia, after which confirmation, ”Radioactive” date will be announced and we will keep you posted.

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