Ed Sheeran, Bruce Springsteen highlight Czechia's top 2024 concerts

Rammstein, Depeche Mode, James Blunt, and many others are also confirmed to play in Prague and beyond next year.

Expats.cz Staff

Written by Expats.cz Staff Published on 30.12.2023 14:17:00 (updated on 30.12.2023) Reading time: 3 minutes

In 2024, the Czech Republic is set to host a lineup of world-renowned rock and pop music stars, reaffirming its status as a must-visit destination for European music fans. Among the performers gracing the Czech stages are iconic names such as Depeche Mode, Rammstein, Ed Sheeran, Sting, and Bruce Springsteen.

While Prague will be the primary stage, other cities, including Brno, Plzeň, Pardubice, and Hradec Králové, are also preparing to welcome music legends next year.

Ed Sheeran, British sensation and one of the most influential figures in the current pop music scene, will grace Hradec Králové Airport on July 27 and 28. His Mathematics tour is expected to turn this regional city into a social and cultural hub, drawing fans from around Europe to witness the musical spectacle.

Bruce Springsteen, affectionately known as The Boss, will captivate audiences at Prague's Letňany Airport on May 28, 2024. Accompanied by his E Street Band, Springsteen will make his highly anticipated return to the Czech Republic after several years.

German heavyweights Rammstein, known for their extravagant stage presence and explosive pyrotechnics, will electrify the audience at Prague's Letňany Airport on May 11 and 12. Celebrating their 30th anniversary, Rammstein is set to offer a show that befits their remarkable journey in the music industry.

Depeche Mode will stage an concert at Prague's O2 arena on February 22, with an encore performance on February 24. Last year's show from the 80s legends at Letňany drew over 60,000 fans, attesting to the enduring popularity of this iconic British band.

Top concerts in Czechia in 2024:

  • February 22 & 24: Depeche Mode at O2 Arena (Prague)
  • March 4: James Blunt at Forum Karlín (Prague)
  • March 29: Judas Priest at O2 Arena (Prague)
  • April 16: Dave Matthews Band at O2 Universum (Prague)
  • April 18: Slash at Rondo Hall (Brno)
  • May 11-12: Rammstein at Letňany Airport (Prague)
  • May 15: Thirty Seconds to Mars at Výstaviště (Prague)
  • May 28: Bruce Springsteen at Letňany Airport (Prague)
  • June 2: Jonas Brothers at O2 Arena (Prague)
  • June 4: Sting at Lochotín Amphitheater (Plzeň)
  • June 6: Nickelback at O2 Arena (Prague)
  • June 17: Alice Cooper at Enteria Arena (Pardubice)
  • July 1: Pet Shop Boys at O2 Universum (Prague)
  • July 3: Rod Stewart at O2 Arena (Prague)
  • July 4: The Smashing Pumpkins at O2 Universum (Prague)
  • July 29: Scorpions at Enteria Arena (Pardubice)
  • July 27-28: Ed Sheeran at Hradec Králové Airport

Other notable performances in 2024 include James Blunt at Prague's Forum Karlín on March 4, Judas Priest at O2 Arena on March 29 as part of the Metal Masters Tour, and Slash with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators at Brno's Rondo Hall on April 18.

The concert lineup extends to a diverse range of genres, including pop, rock, metal, and more. From the melodic tunes of Sting at Plzeň amphitheater Lochotín on June 4 to the return of Alice Cooper in Pardubice's Enteria Arena on June 17, there's something for every music enthusiast.

As the summer heats up, Prague's O2 Universum will host the dynamic Pet Shop Boys on July 1, followed by Rod Stewart's special Global Hits show on July 3. The grand finale features the legendary Scorpions, celebrating the 40th anniversary of their self-titled album, at Pardubice's Enteria Arena on July 29.

In addition to the one-off concerts above, big names will also perform at the Czech Republic's summer music festivals. Colours of Ostrava (July 17-20) will be headlined by Queens of the Stone Age, Sam Smith, and Lenny Kravitz, while Rock for People (June 12-15) boasts The Prodigy and The Offspring, among many others.

Music lovers in the Czech Republic are in for a extraordinary lineup over the next 12 months, with an array of international stars converging on its stages to make 2024 a memorable year for the country's live concert scene.

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