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28 Jan

Concerts (shows)

Violinist Nigel Kennedy

28 Jan
The world famous British violinist Nigel Kennedy will perform in Riga for the first time ever with his concert program The New Four Seasons, as well as play music from the album My World, which is dedicated to his teachers.

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11 Feb

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Mime's Olympic Love

11 Feb
Orchestra Rīga and its artistic director Valdis Butāns invite all to sparkling concert, dedicated both the Valentine's Day as well as the XXIII Winter Olympics, which will open on February 9, 2018. The concert program will feature the outstanding singers Dināra Rudāne and Daumants Kalniņš, as well as the Rīgas Pantomīma (Riga Pantomime) ensemble. Popular songs about love, as well as well-known songs about sport, will be performed during the evening.

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18 Feb

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Electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk

18 Feb
It is not an overdone statement that Kraftwerk are almost as important in electronic music as the Beatles are in popmusic. The quartet formed in the late 1960’s. Dusseldorf Conservatory graduates Ralph Hiter and Florian Scgneider were so progressive for their period of time that they have influenced an extensive amplitude of genres from Detroit techno to hiphp, and from EDM to computerized synth-pop.

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20 Feb

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British band Depeche Mode

20 Feb
The famous British band will arrive in Riga as part of its The Global Spirit world tour, promoting its 14th studio album Spirit. The album’s powerful and timely first single, Where’s The Revolution, has been well-received by critics and fans alike, lauded as a strong “return to form” for Depeche Mode. Spirit has already garnered critical acclaim, with the British music magazine MOJO calling it “blow by blow…Depeche Mode’s best album in years”.

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03 May

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Bryan Adams in concert

03 May
Multi-platinum selling Canadian artist Bryan Adams returns to Riga with his typically energetic performance. Adams and his band are visiting the Latvian capital to promote his latest album Get Up, but as usually his set-list will consist of a mix of brand new pieces and well-known hits.

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