Beautiful outdoor venues, including castle gardens, natural amphitheatres and summer cinemas. These are the locations chosen by the band Chinaski for their OPEN AIR SUMMER ´23 tour. They will play their greatest hits and new songs from their new album Frihet.
“And we will play not only us, but also one of our guests. In addition, we will have one band surprise for our fans and we will do our best to make the afternoons and evenings spent together at each of the concerts something we will remember fondly,” says singer Michal Malátný.
Until 20 December, a limited number of tickets are on sale at a discounted price in the TicketLIVE network.
Chinaski will make successive stops in Prague, Příbram, Český Krumlov, Litoměřice, Potštejn, Olomouc, Sušice, Vranov, Kutná Hora, Sychrov, Boskovice, Čeladná, Litomyšl, Loket and Plzeň.
“We are returning to some places with pleasure, others we will play for the very first time. But we are already looking forward to all the concerts,” says Malátný.
All the amphitheatres, which will also have an afternoon programme for families, will open at 5 pm. Children up to twelve years old can enter for 150 crowns.
The band Chinaski recently released their twelfth album Frihet, which means “freedom” in Norwegian. The musicians around singer Michal Malátný recorded it on the shores of the Norwegian Sea, in a stylish wooden studio near Ålesund. The production was handled by Brit Greg Haver, the man behind the previous successful albums Rockfield and It’s not for us to cry. According to the musicians themselves, this is the first purely band recording. Each member has at least two songs on it. Jiří Suchý also appears as a guest on the record, while Green Day and U2 collaborator Chris Lord-Alge is behind the mixing. The release is announced by the radio single I Should Take My Shoes Off.