Prague is set to see the goodbye concert of Kiss, a return of Maroon 5 and the first-ever visit of Jack Black’s Tenacious D.
He is breaking musical records and rewriting the history of what is possible in the music business – for example, when he sold out 100,000 tickets in ten minutes before the release of his debut album. We are talking about the British singer Lewis Capaldi, who will perform at Prague’s O2 Arena on 17 February.
The same location will host on 21 February, the English singer-songwriter and guitarist George Ezra.
After three years, Maroon 5 will return to Prague with their charismatic singer Adam Levine. For their concert this year, they chose the airport in Prague’s Letňany. They will perform there on 21 June.
Less than two months later, the five-time Grammy Award-winning Canadian R&B singer The Weeknd will attract tens of thousands of fans to the same venue. He will bring to the capital a world show called After Hours til Dawn.
June will see Kiss perform its 10th concert in the Czech Republic and, since this is part of the legendary band’s End of the Road World Tour, it’s guaranteed to be an epic goodbye in Prague’s O2 Arena.
Czechia’s largest indoor stadium is set to host two Iron Maiden concerts in May.
The first month of summer will also see the Czech capital host the American comedy rock duo Tenacious D. Jack Black, whom you may remember from the 2003 movie School of Rock, will be entertaining visitors together with Kyle Gass in the Forum Karlín.
The same venue will also be hosting blues-rock sensation Larkin Poe in October.