Autumn 2023 vibes: These are the must-hear acts coming to Prague this fall

The big names performing in the Czech capital this fall include Bryan Adams, 50 Cent, Hozier, The Prodigy, and many others. Staff

Written by Staff Published on 28.09.2023 16:59:00 (updated on 28.09.2023) Reading time: 3 minutes

The coming months will bring new sounds and old favorites to the Czech capital. Some of the biggest stars include hitmaker 50 Cent, whose show celebrates the 20th anniversary of his album Get Rich or Die Tryin'; Hozier, who is promoting his new album Unreal Unearth; Bryan Adams, also on tour with his new album So Happy It Hurts; and The Prodigy which are now touring as a duo. 

On a different note, Polish piano sensation Hania Rani will make a stop in Prague during her world tour (the event is currently sold out), while blues and rock band Larkin Poe will bring their southern charm to local audiences. Further underground, Einstürzende Neubauten frontman Blixa Bargeld and the award-winning Italian composer and musician Teho Teardo will play compositions from their joint albums accompanied by a string quartet, cellist, and clarinetist. 

The biggest festivals taking place in the Czech capital this fall are Young Tunes Fest on Oct. 28 and Prague Sounds, which takes place throughout November. This year’s edition of Prague Sounds will feature a mix of jazz, classical music, experimental music, and world music from iconic artists as well as emerging talents. This year’s lineup includes Benjamin Clementine, Ron Carter, Jack Quartet, Nathan Fake, Kofi Stone, and others.

An eclectic mix of sounds ranging from hip-hop to electronic and world music comes to Prague as part of Young Tunes Fest (Mladí ladí fest 2023). The one-day music fest will see artists such as Alfa Mist, Acid Arab, MonoNeon, Yarah Bravo, and others perform at the Holešovice Market (Holešovická tržnice) on Oct. 28. 




Tip for music lovers: One of the top Czech non-professional choirs, Prague Mixed Choir is recruiting tenors and basses. The choir counts singers from the Czech Republic and countries such as Mexico, Sweden, Israel, Latvia, and others among its ranks. Its repertoire is international, and its members speak English. If you are interested, contact to learn more about this opportunity.

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