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Open Air Concert: The Bambi Molesters & Pavel at Kino Bacvice in Split

4-part Tramontana concert series starts this weekend in Split

4-part Tramontana concert series starts this weekend in Split (photo: Pavel)

Blazing hot beach days on the crowded beachfront can get boring after a while. This Saturday July 30 2016, Split has something special at Ljetno Kino Bacvice for everyone. The open air cinema site known for the wildly successful Split Film Festival will be holding part one (out of four) of the Tramontana concert series.

Croatian surf rock outfit, The Bambi Molesters are headlining the event. Best known for their song Chaotica on the Breaking Bad television series soundtrack, they will bring a perfect musical backdrop for night watching over the Adriatic.

The Bambi Molesters

The Bambi Molesters

The cinema will be setup in a very intimate way with large stage candles to create the perfect listening atmosphere for co-headliner Pavel from Zagreb. The band’s sound is a fusion of Caribbean beats mixed in Spanish and Croatian lyrics. The nine-piece band brings a unique stage performance that is sure to please the crowd.

The show begins at 17:00 with Feredon from Dubrovnik. The grunge and funk inspired foursome describe their musical stylings as “Porn Rock”, which is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Sibenik’s own The Fogsellers are coming with their special electrorock sound to get the crowd drinking and moving before the sunsets.

The stunning venue

The stunning venue

Doors open at 16:00. Local Mexican street food joint To Je Tako will be providing food for meat eaters and vegetarians alike. Beer, rakija, mixed drinks and wine will also be available.

Tickets are 70 kuna in advance and can be purchased in person at To Je To Caffe (Nigerova ulica 2) or online at Croatia Tickets. Tickets are 90 kuna at the door. For more information, check out the Tramontana 2016 Facebook page.

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