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  1. Gđa.

    by Kristina at Varaždin on 26.12.2018

    Jučerašnji koncert je bio apsolutno fantastičan! Predivno je pjevati i plesati na hitove omiljenog benda s djecom koja su sada u dobi u kojoj sam i sama bila kada su nastajali ti isti hitovi! A Houra i Bodalec su još bolji sada, puni snage, energije, adrenalina... ma za čistu peticu!!! 😊👏🏻❤️
  2. g.

    by oleg valentin at Arena Varaždin on 26.12.2018

    Odličan koncert i Arena Varaždin je odličan ambient, 25.12.2018 ih slušali u Mariboru, 26.12.2018 Varaždin i šta drugo reči nego da su Top of the Top. Volim jih slušati na njihovom domaćem terenu, i to zbog pjesme "Lupi petama" koju ne možeš čut na SLO turneji (y). Prljavci su uvijek najbolji. Jedino mi fali Dudo (pa nikako nemam ništa protiv novom basisti) ali Dudo je Dudo.

Artist description

Prljavo Kazalište is a Croatian rock band.

Their first line-up consisted of Zoran Cvetković – Zok (solo guitar), Nino Hrastek (bass guitar), Tihomir Fileš (drums), Davorin Bogović (vocalist) and of course, Jasenko Houra (rhythm guitar).

Their first album came out in 1979 under the title “Prljavo kazalište” and it caused a commotion and a boycott on the part of the media because of its political, pro-western engagement.

Their first album was an irrefutable evidence of their extraordinary talent, but it was the second one, “Crno bijeli svijet” that truly showed their creative potential which resulted with a sale in over 150 000 copies.

The album “Zlatne godine” came out in 1985 and on it appears for the first time the new singer Mladen Bodalec.

The song “Ruža Hrvatska” (Mojoj Majci) was to become a tipping point in their career.

The series of concerts started where thousands of people with Croatian flags would gather. The tour culminated with a legendary concert held on the 17th of October 1989 in Zagreb which was up till then the biggest gathering in the history of Croatia. It is estimated that there were between 250 000 and 300 000 people on the concert.

In 1997, the band celebrated their 20 years of existence with a concert with a symphonic orchestra in Lisinski hall in Zagreb.
In 2003, a new album under the name “Radio Dubrava” came out.
In the beginning of 2009, they held a spectacular concert in Zagreb’s newly opened Arena.

They announced the work on their new studio album with the single “Možda dogodine” released in 2010. This album marked the return of Prljavo Kazalište to their old, famous sound.