• What we didn't know about... Beth Hart

    27 September 2018

    text Kristina Yordanova

    Her voice is pulsing with the sound of the blues and her music is ageless, the type to become a classic. The whole story we are listening in Hall 1.
  • Festival Heat

    9 August 2018

    Summer finally acts like itself, so we quickly give you seven August fests if you've already loaded the tank, but are still wondering where to.
  • August is music

    26 July 2018

    So here we go with the festival of august.
  • Out-of-Town Stops

    19 July 2018

    Not that we want to chase you away from Sofia but over the next weekend the festival summer draws away from here again - toward villages, beaches, mountain huts and peaks where you can accumulate warm memories for the winter.
  • Music Runaways: July 2018

    5 July 2018

  • Open to Opera

    21 June 2018

    text Violeta Ivanova

    12 musical performances enter the Ancient Theater (all starting at 21:00) to give us 12 more reasons to keep driving back and forth between Plovdiv and Sofia in the following month. Opera, ballet, musical, a piano duel, movie soundtracks, premieres, international guests and a roofless stage are the key words in the Opera Open program.
  • What We Didn't Know About... Ho99o9

    14 June 2018

    text Natalia Ivanova

    The nines are actually three sixes headed down and their name should be pronounced "horror". If we ask what their music is, they will say "It's just like frustration. Bottled-up anger. You go onstage and release it." The facts lead to metal, but this is not the sound of the American duo theOGM and Eaddy. Their horrorcore hip-hop has devilish lyrics and experiments with genres such as trap and gabba and before it attack us on June 27 at Terminal 1, we land in their (equally interesting) biography.
  • Over The Wall

    26 April 2018

    text Emanuela Ivanova

    After he travelled the world with more that 200 concerts and his mega show The Wall, Roger Waters is aiming at outdoing himself with the Us + Them tour.
  • What We Didn't Know About... Delilah

    5 April 2018

    She borrows the mononym Delilah from her grandmother (her true name is Paloma Stoecker), and her family tree is rooted from England to Nigeria, Cuba and Jamaica. Before her voice swallows us at Sofia Live Club on April 28th, we are telling her story step by step.
  • Kraftwerk

    15 February 2018

    The iconic electro band is coming to Sofia with their 3D show on February 28 at Universiada Hall, so we're building up the hype with some of them music. Enjoy and then head over to eventim.bg for an experience you wouldn't wanna miss.
  • From Algiers to Sofia

    1 February 2018

    text Emanuela Ivanova

    A soul, rock, post-punk, electro and techno mix with gospel vocals and Camus' The Plague-based lyrics - that is the music of the American band Algiers, so if you're looking for a right place for them in your music collection, you'd better clear a whole shelf.
  • City Stage Club in February

    25 January 2018

  • Terminal 1 Club in February

    25 January 2018

  • What We Didn't Know About... Sevdaliza

    18 January 2018

    She speaks five languages, loves "pet animals" in a pot and one of her children's heroes is Notorious B.I.G. Today, she is an idol for thousands with her electronic trip-hop, which is emanating from her album, called after the ISON comet. Before we hear it live in DNK on10th of February, we overcome the shallow facts about Sevdaliza to hear her deep stories. And they sound in harmony with her music - raw and always personal.
  • 31 December: Ready? Boom.

    20 December 2017

    Six options for the beginning of 2018 that you'll remember until its end.
  • 25 December: Dance Christmas

    20 December 2017

    Four addresses with a party playlist that doesn't include Jingle Bells. For once.
  • What's wrong with So Called Crew?

    14 December 2017

    text Konstantin Mravov

  • Alive Topography

    7 December 2017

    text Violeta Ivanova

    Imagine an exhibition of huge abstract paintings that are created right then and there. Now imagine an atmospheric music concert that is best experienced if you're seated, still and silent. Now combine the two things in one and the image in your head will be very close to what's coming to Dom na kinoto next Thursday - with Japanese artist Akiko Nakayama and E.U.E.R.P.I.'s ambient-drone music.
  • Hellcome!

    26 October 2017

    Four party locations for Halloween
  • The Flying Germans

    12 October 2017

    Breakdancing on Bach's music might sound crazy but it's true, thanks to Flying Steps - a German b-boy and b-girl gang that introduced the street style to opera houses around the world, and even to the Bundestag, with their show Red Bull Flying Bach.