Artists from six European countries will perform at Europavox Festival Bucharest in May

Artists from six European countries will perform at the first edition of Europavox Festival Bucharest, set to take place at Control Club on May 4-5.

The highly acclaimed Swiss-born artist Sophie Hunger, British art-rockers Snapped Ankles, together with emerging European artists Emilie Zoé, Lewsberg, Jesse Markin, and David Walters (pictured) will play alongside local bands Zimbru and Balkan Taksim at the event in the Romanian capital. The shows will start at 19:00 on both nights.

Tickets and passes for Europavox Festival Bucharest can be purchased online at Eventbook.ro.

As part of Europavox Bucharest, on May 4-5, the French Institute in Romania and Europavox also present “What’s next for European music?”: two days of exchanges, workshops and round tables addressing European cultural policies in an everchanging context, and their impact on artists mobility at a European scale. Programming details will be revealed on April 19 on Europavox.com and Institutfrancais.ro.

Europavox Festival Bucharest is part of the Europavox Project 2020 – 2024, co-funded by the European Commission. Born in 2006, Europavox is a cultural and civic project aiming to promote the European music scene through both the Europavox.com media platform and the numerous events organized each year in seven European countries (Austria, Belgium, Croatia, France, Italy, Lithuania and Romania).

Control Club is one of Bucharest’s most popular live venues. Recently, it joined a European network of live music venues, alongside Le Botanique (Bruxelles), Estragon Club (Bologna), INmusic (Zagreb), Loftas (Vilnius) and WUK (Vienna), in order to support European artist mobility and offer music fans the chance to discover new talent, through Europavox events.

irina.marica@romania-insider.com

(Photo source: the organizers; photo by Antonin Grenier)

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Artists from six European countries will perform at Europavox Festival Bucharest in May

Artists from six European countries will perform at the first edition of Europavox Festival Bucharest, set to take place at Control Club on May 4-5.

The highly acclaimed Swiss-born artist Sophie Hunger, British art-rockers Snapped Ankles, together with emerging European artists Emilie Zoé, Lewsberg, Jesse Markin, and David Walters (pictured) will play alongside local bands Zimbru and Balkan Taksim at the event in the Romanian capital. The shows will start at 19:00 on both nights.

Tickets and passes for Europavox Festival Bucharest can be purchased online at Eventbook.ro.

As part of Europavox Bucharest, on May 4-5, the French Institute in Romania and Europavox also present “What’s next for European music?”: two days of exchanges, workshops and round tables addressing European cultural policies in an everchanging context, and their impact on artists mobility at a European scale. Programming details will be revealed on April 19 on Europavox.com and Institutfrancais.ro.

Europavox Festival Bucharest is part of the Europavox Project 2020 – 2024, co-funded by the European Commission. Born in 2006, Europavox is a cultural and civic project aiming to promote the European music scene through both the Europavox.com media platform and the numerous events organized each year in seven European countries (Austria, Belgium, Croatia, France, Italy, Lithuania and Romania).

Control Club is one of Bucharest’s most popular live venues. Recently, it joined a European network of live music venues, alongside Le Botanique (Bruxelles), Estragon Club (Bologna), INmusic (Zagreb), Loftas (Vilnius) and WUK (Vienna), in order to support European artist mobility and offer music fans the chance to discover new talent, through Europavox events.

irina.marica@romania-insider.com

(Photo source: the organizers; photo by Antonin Grenier)

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