The cult band from Novi Sad will have two comeback concerts in Belgrade (Mikser House) on March 31, and in Novi Sad (Firchie Think Tank Studio) on 1 April.
After all, 15 concerts and two years of operation, the famous group Luna in 1984 released the album “Unreal Things” and disappeared from the scene. The board itself has in the following years acquired the status of an indispensable document of Yugoslav rock avant-garde, a short Luna’s concert life was remembered by a unique authorial and performing vision.
On the occasion of the publication of the book “Mirror of Luna” Mina, Firči, Bale and Tišma will, for the first time after their performance at Exit 2004, gather at two concerts in their original line-up. Mikser House in Belgrade is a city of Luna’s resurrection on Friday, March 31, and “return home” will take place the next evening in Novi Sad at Firchie Think Tank Study. Concerts for up to 60 minutes start at around 9PM both evenings, and from 19:30 the promotion of “Mirror of Luna” by Predrag Popović, Saša Rakezić and Goran Tarlać is envisaged. The book, comes with a gift CD “Unreal Things”, which will be available at a discounted price both evenings.
Admission to both concerts is free, tickets in Novi Sad were available aat GIGS TIX at Paris’s magazine, and in Belgrade exclusively in Mixer House. For both gigs the tickets were sold out in less than three hours.
Organisers of the concerts are: Društvo ljubitelja popularne kulture as the publisher of the aforementioned monography, Mikser House and Firchie Think Tank Studio.
Note for media representatives: members of the group Luna on this occasion will not give statements or interviews before the concerts. Read more about the book and the band, including photos: www.dljpk.com/ogledalalune.
Mirrors of Luna – Association of lovers of popular culture (Društvo ljubitelja popularne kulture)
Text: N. J.