Club Roxy Events From Now till April 2020

Club Roxy, one of Prague’s most famous clubs is known to have some great parties and music acts. We have a list for you of upcoming events till April 2020. From Pete Tong and Fritz Kalkbrenner to Tones and I, the club has some top acts in the coming weeks to offer. Check out and make sure to get your tickets for your favorite acts.


WHOMADEWHO (DK) 28.01.2020

Beware, rock stars of dance music WhoMadeWho are coming to Prague. The band of today has been traversing the array of genres that have made them successful, in a state beyond pigeonholing, enjoying all the elements of pop, indie, techno, disco, punk and funk, and more, that have been a part of their output so far. Since getting together a few years after the turn of the new century, the Danish trio has come to mature beyond their dance-rock moniker from which they were originally associated with, to become something yet more complete, experimental, and mature. For tickets visit


PALMS TRAX (UK) 01.02.2020

For aspiring DJs and producers, the genesis of Palms Trax couldn’t have read any dreamier. Young Palms Trax lands a job at one of London’s leading record stores and discovers the masters of Chicago house and Detroit techno. Later, stumbling around Berlin, his attempts to emulate the sound of his newfound heroes accidentally land him a bona fide dance floor hit. A gradual but steady stream of EPs courtesy of Dutch dance music powerhouse Dekmantel has allowed his productions to blossom in richer, smoother directions. For tickets visit



If you’re looking for a guy who breaks all boundaries across the electronic music spectrum, Eagles & Butterflies is your man. His productions flow seamlessly through Downtempo, Techno, House and beyond, with releases on Innervisions, Bedrock, Exit Strategy, Sapiens and his own imprint Art Imitating Life. From remixing Underworld, RY X, Agoria, Moby, Andhim and Ludovico Einaudi, Eagles & Butterflies is the newest toast of the underground. His live sets have electrified stages around the world at events such as Awakenings, Coachella, Tomorrowland and many more. For tickets visit



It’s hard to believe that it’s been over a decade since Digitalism broke through with their anthemic ‘Zdarlight’. Following up the release with ‘Jupiter Room’ from their ‘Idealism’ album, Digitalism soon became synonymous with their unique and original electronic productions, a crossover sound with roots found in both indie and techno. The album became an instant classic in the indie-electro scene, establishing Digitalism as one of the biggest acts in the genre, alongside notable acts such as Justice. For tickets visit


PETE TONG (UK) 22.02.2020

There are few individuals in the world of dance music who can claim the kind of influence Pete Tong has had over the last twenty years. As the voice of Radio 1’s prestigious dance programming, Pete has held a commanding presence over the industry for more than two decades. His unique position has earned him a reputation as the global ambassador of dance music. With an unparalleled ear for new talent, Tong has become the leading tastemaker of the electronic generation. His legendary radio show Essential Selection has been on since 1991 and still counting. Outside of his achievements in dance music, Pete Tong has also made a reputable career in the film industry. For tickets visit



Distinctive Berlin producer and analog master Fritz Kalkbrenner returns after a year with new True Colors Tour. He plans to present bits of his sixth album True Colors that will be released on his label Nasua Music just after his Prague show. New single ‘Kings & Queens’ serves as a sneak peek of his new sound. The song has a beautiful atmosphere and great vocals by Fritz himself. He is now ready to perform for the fourth time at ROXY and as expected with full house! For tickets visit


SKREAM (UK) 06.03.2020

As one of the UK’s best-loved selectors, Skream has achieved more in the last 15 years than most people do in a lifetime, yet his enthusiasm is akin to that of a man who is only just getting started. Being one of the dubstep pioneers, he could have easily kicked back and taken advantage of his legendary status. Instead he opted to make the transition to disco, house and techno, leaving the dubstep world to do his own thing. Tracks like ‘Rollercoaster’ (ft. Sam Frank) and his remixes like Duke Dumont’s ‘Need You’ helped introduce the world to Skream’s shift in styles. He has never stopped pushing out music, utilizing his own platform to deliver a slew of techno cuts, encompassing a range of textures. For tickets visit


LITTLE DRAGON (SWE) 15.03.2020

Swedish four-piece Little Dragon are one of the world’s most beloved bands. With five unique yet distinct studio albums ranging from their 2007 self-titled debut to must-have breakthrough Ritual Union or GRAMMY-nominated Nabuma Rubberband, Little Dragon has pioneered their own multi-genre space by writing timeless, impeccably produced songs & delivering knockout live shows. Also, their catalog bursts with an impressive list of collaborations. Yukimi has lent her trademark vocals to Gorillaz, Flume, SBTRKT, Kaytranada, Christian Rich, De La Soul, DJ Shadow, Tinashe, Mac Miller, Big Boi, Faith Evans, and ODESZA. Last year, they released EP ‘Lover Chanting’ that received strong press support from sites including Pitchfork, The FADER, Rolling Stone and FACT. For tickets visit


TONES AND I (AU) 24.03.2020

From the back seat of the van to a concert stage. She started singing on the street and now she is one of the most listened musicians on Spotify, Apple Music. Her two biggest songs ‘Johnny Run Away’ and ‘Dance Monkey’ have together gathered over 200 million views.  Her song spent record eight weeks at the top of Australian Aria charts. Tones and I is coming to Prague to present her debut EP ‘The Kids Are Coming’ and we can only expect great things to happen. For tickets visit


JORIS VOORN (NL) 27.03.2020

Despite chiefly being known as an artist who moves dancefloors, Joris Voorn has always made clear his intentions to be known as more of a musician in the traditional sense. Steadily releasing three acclaimed studio albums that display his keen sense of musicality, mood, and arrangement, he has proved that he is highly accomplished at providing more than just dancefloor fodder. His fourth album ‘\\\\’ [four] is now ready to be unleashed: the glorious pinnacle of his studio efforts to date. One of the tour stops will take place at ROXY Prague and it’s certain that it’s gonna be sold out again! For tickets visit


DENIS SULTA (UK) 03.04.2020

Denis Sulta is a DJ legend in the making. At just 26, this hot-as-fudge Scottish disc jockey is killing it around the world, spinning euphoric, hands-in-the-air stuff – ranging from disco house monsters to the occasional classic trance tune.  The prodigal producer has successfully graduated from the Red Bull Music Academy in Montreal with his records playing on the radio and in nightclubs the world over. From Berlin’s Panorama Bar to Ibiza’s Pikes via Manchester’s gargantuan Warehouse Project to Glasgow’s intimate Sub Club, his presence on the DJ circuit ignites dancefloors with music tailor-made for a fun time. For tickets visit


IC3PEAK (RU) 21.04.2020

Cold concrete walls, filth, gloomy darkness, fog. Under a strobe light, there is rave and behind the rave, there is Nastya Kreslina and Nikolay Kostylev – Moscow based duo called IC3PEAK. Their sound is soaked with hard 808 beats backed up by dark, gut-wrenching keyboard pads. Aggressive rap occasionally changes with Kreslina’s opera-like voice, while still bearing lyrics full of criticism towards the life in Russia and the authoritative government. The whole feeling is underlined by their visual style – Raw and obscene, heavily influenced by the metal subculture.  For tickets visit


EZRA FURMAN (US) 28.04.2020

A fiery, androgynous folk-punk provocateur from Chicago, Ezra Furman’s Lennon-Esque sneer, raw, open-hearted lyrics, and flamboyant style have helped to make him one of the most engaging and unpredictable art-pop confectioners of his era. Emerging in the late 2000s with his band the Harpoons, he issued three well-received albums before going solo in 2012 with the release of The Year of No Returning — future offerings would be credited to Furman and a rotating cast of bandmates under monikers like the Boy-Friends, the Visions and the Band with No Name. He continued to hone his signature blend of boldfaced indie-folk and skiffle-kissed punk rock on critically acclaimed outings like the chaotic, doo-wop-inspired Perpetual Motion People and the unfettered Twelve Nudes.  Providing the soundtrack to the Netflix series Sex Education, Ezra continues to strengthen his place within the music industry. For tickets visit

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