February 2018 can be called a musical month. Concerts in Belgrade have occupied a central place among city events. Classic rock, light pop, Spanish melodies, Italian melodies, punk, reggae - every musical genre has its scheduled gig. If you are among those who do not divide music into genres but in quality, you will spend February 2018 in concert halls. We highlight the most attractive events in which music is the center of the world.
Legende band is really on the list of legends when it comes to the Serbian music scene. Just on the scene of the Sava Center, they performed almost sixty times, and the hall is always crowded. It would be wrong to say that they sing old city songs or schlager, ballads or pop. They simply have their own "legendary" music genre. They have been in the scene for over three decades now, and the core of their author's team consists of the compositions of Zoran Dasic Dasa and the voice of Ivan Milinkovic. Legende perform on their terrain, in the large hall of the Sava Center on 16th February from 20:00.
There are not many authors and bands who pay much attention to the artistic value of lyrics and their meaning in a wider context. Music is not just fun, it is also a living attitude and a comment. Once in Block Out band, now in solo career, Nikola Vranjkovic brings back faith in a beautiful word and music that means with his performances. At the end of 2017, the album "Veronautika" was released, which is the result of three years of work. It was serious work as can be seen from the number of songs (16), which immediately distinguished "Zadrzi svoj dah". If you did not get tickets for Vranjkovic's New Year's performance or you were late for the performances of this singer-songwriter in January, February gives you another chance. In FEST club in Zemun, the promotion of the album "Veronautika", but also the reminder of the songs from the previous "Zaovdeilizaponeti" and "Bremeplov", is scheduled for 23rd February from 22:00.
The return to the future in the Belgrade Stark Arena begins on 24th February from 20:00 with the 3D concert of the electro-pioneer Kraftwerk. Their career began in 1970 when Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider set up their electronic Kling Klang Studio in Dusseldorf, Germany, where they designed and produced all Kraftwerk albums. Known as the creators of revolutionary electronic "sound landscapes" and music experiments with robotics and other technical innovations, with their visions of the future, the Kraftwerk band created a sound base for the digital age of the 21st century. During the 80's, there was no significant electro band that did not copy them a bit. In the 90's, their "students" made so-called new genres and "fought" for halls and stadiums and, of course, big money in electronic music. The series of 3D concerts in London, Tokyo, Los Angeles and Berlin now has Belgrade in its list. Welcome!
And for the end of February, a bit of jazz. For the first time in Belgrade, Caro Emerald, the Dutch pop-jazz singer, performs in the Sports Hall "Ranko Zeravica" in Novi Beograd on 27th February from 20:00. In music, as well as in life after all, one should have luck. And Caro was lucky to be heard by the producers and the author of the big summer hit in 2007 "Back it up". They gave her a hit and made a star out of a young singer. The debut album and numerous performances followed. There was no place for failure and her style of singing and visual appearance returned the wheel of time in the romantic time of the forties and fifties of the last century. After more than ten years of career and four albums, Caro is in Belgrade as part of her European tour. For the preparation, we recommend the album "Emerald Island" from 2017 and the song "The Ghost Of You."