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November will be a month of concerts by famous bands. Three highly acclaimed groups will be performing in Prague during this month - The Kooks, Gorillaz and Hurts. And the shows are sure to be luxurious.

The Kooks, Gorillaz, Hurts – bands playing in Prague in November

Tereza Janatová
22.Oct 2017
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The Kooks

Those who love rock music are in for a treat in November. Three fantastic foreign bands are coming to Prague this month - The Kooks, Gorillaz and Hurts. If you want to enjoy a few songs, make sure to visit these vents. And keep an eye on the tickets, they might sell out!

The Kooks
Hurts
Gorillaz

The Kooks

The Kooks is a British indie rock band from Brighton. The band’s name allegedly comes from the name of a song by rock legend David Bowie Kooks off his album Hunky Dory. The band members Luke Pritchard, Peter Denton, Hugh Harris and Chris Prendergast will be playing in Prague on 11 November. Where can you catch them? At the Small Sports Arena. So go see them! It’s sure to be a luxurious show.

Gorillaz

Who doesn’t know this band! They are famous also because of their original videos, which are strictly animated. We think that’s a luxurious idea. Gorillaz is a British band founded in 1998 by Damon Albarn from Blur and Jamie Hewlett, the graphic artist behind the Tank Girl comics. The band consists of four virtual cartoon characters: 2D, Murdoc, Noodle and Russel. Like The Kooks, they play indie rock. They will perform in Prague on 14 November. You can see and hear them at the O2 Arena. Will you succumb to their unique charm and style?

Prodej funkcionalistické vily Praha - 360m
Prodej funkcionalistické vily Praha - 360m, Praha 8

Hurts

The fantastic band Hurts will be playing in the capital city of the Czech Republic on 17 November. You can see and hear them at Forum Karlín. The interesting thing about them is that they play in luxurious outfits. The band consists of singer The Hutchcraft and keyboardist and guitarist Adam Anderson. So check them out!

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