The legend of Ukrainian ethno scene will play in Warsaw and Cracow this June.
DakhaBrakha, one of the most exciting bands from Ukraine and the whole Eastern Europe, appreciated all over the world for its absolutely unique style, will return to Poland this summer. The band will play two open-air concerts in Poland, the first one at Warsaw’s Progresja Summer Stage on 20 June and the second one a day later, on 21 June, at Nowa Rezydencja in Krakow.
DakhaBrakha’s music, called “ethno chaos” by the artists themselves, combines influences of traditional Ukrainian folk songs with experimental improvisations on music from all over the world. A DakhaBrakha concert is an inspiring, non-obvious show that really sticks in the memory for a very long time. It is no exaggeration to call them the most recognizable cultural ambassadors of Ukraine in the world. They have already played in the most powerful concert halls of Europe, Asia and both Americas, as well as at the biggest festivals of popular music, including the legendary Glastonbury, and videos from DakhaBrakha’s recording sessions have gone viral on the Internet. The two outdoor concerts that DakhaBrakha will play in Poland this year are related to the promotion of their new album Alambari, released in 2020, which was recorded during a recording session in Brazil. The new musical influences have expanded the band’s sonic range even further and will certainly leave their mark on DakhaBrakha’s performances as well. The concerts will be held outdoors and in compliance with all applicable sanitary regulations.