ZAGREB, 14 October 2019 – Popular English electronic music duo, The Chemical Brothers, have performed in the Croatian capital for the first time on Saturday night.
The Chemical Brothers played at Zagreb’s Dom Sportova as part of their ‘No Geography’ tour, which has seen them perform at the world’s largest music festivals, from Mexico to Australia, including Glastonbury and the Fuji Festival in Japan.
Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons treated the Zagreb public to an impressive display, helped by the spectacular audio-visual effects which included an imposing video wall, mesmerising 3D visuals, lasers and more.
Much to the delight of the crowd, they played a number of songs from the current album such as ‘Free Yourself’, ‘Eve of Destruction’, ‘Galvanize’, ‘Block Rockin Beats’, ‘Got to Keep On’, ‘Hey Boy Hey Girl’ and ‘MAH’.
For more than 20 years ago, The Chemical Brothers have defined electronic music as well as experience it. Their live performances evolved from modest London clubs to the world’s biggest stages, and the core idea remained the same: their concert creates a transcendental audio-visual space that the audience simply lets loose and gets lost in it. The tour will culminate at the O2 Arena in London.
It was not the first time The Chemical Brothers perfromed in Croatia. In 2010 they played on the island of Pag in Zrce and in 2015 they were on the lineup at Ultra in Split.