The Czech Republic’s oldest open air music festival Trutnoff started yesterday and features worldwide bands as Parov Stelar, Skunk Anansie and Soulfly. The festival takes place in the foothill camp of Bojiště from August 18th to 21st.

This year’s edition is dedicated to former Czech President Vaclav Havel – who this year would turn eighty – and used to regularly visit the festival as a special guest.

The Trutnoff Open Air Music Festival was first held in 1987, which makes it the oldest festival of its kind in the country.

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