OVERVIEW: Concert, festival, and comedy lineup for Czechia in 2024

From legendary rock bands to pop sensations and indie prodigies, here’s an overview of the best gigs on the 2024 calendar.

Jules Eisenchteter

Written by Jules Eisenchteter Published on 11.01.2024 16:28:00 (updated on 23.01.2024) Reading time: 4 minutes

Although 2023 has just finished, festival organizers, music venues and concert promoters have been rushing to reveal the impressive line-up of international acts – spanning genres, continents, and decades of musical creation – set to perform in Prague and other Czech cities in 2024.

Notwithstanding an impromptu visit from Tay Tay, the Czech Republic’s biggest and most highly anticipated musical event of 2024 will be the coming of Ed Sheeran in the summer.

Invited by – but organized separately from – the Rock for People Festival held in the Central Bohemian city the previous month, the Irish singer-songwriter will hold two open-air concerts on July 27 (sold out) and July 28 on the outskirts of Hradec Králové as part of his global “Mathematics” Tour. Five years after his 2019 concert in Prague, the 32-year-old musical sensation is back in what has been described as the biggest cultural happening in little Hradec’s history.

But no need to wait that long to get your blood pumping and your feet thumping: English electronic pioneers Depeche Mode will perform twice in late February in Prague’s O2 Arena, and German rock band Rammstein is set to put Letňany on fire at the beginning of May.

They’ll be followed on the same stage just a couple of weeks later by the “Boss” himself, U.S. rock legend Bruce Springsteen who will be coming back to the Czech Republic after a 12-year absence.

Festival goers rejoice, and amateurs of more intimate venues revel. Sting, Sam Smith, The Smashing Pumpkins, Jason Derulo, Tom Odell, The Offspring, Dave Mathews, The 1975, Lenny Kravitz, La Femme, Tate McRae, Kosheen, The Prodigy, and more. This is all just the tip of the iceberg of a year catering to the musical and entertainment tastes for one and all.

This list will be updated throughout the year.



  • Jan. 13: Andrea Bocelli & Czech National Symphony Orchestra, O2 Arena
  • Jan. 19: Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, Bike Jesus
  • Jan. 22: Casey Lowry, Rock Café
  • Jan. 24: The Vaccines, Roxy
  • Jan. 24: Cornelia Jakobs, Rock Café


  • Feb. 3: Alessandra, Lucerna Music Bar
  • Feb. 8: COBRAH, Fuchs2
  • Feb. 9: Bad Omens, Forum Karlín
  • Feb. 9: The Comedy Store, Lucerna Music Bar
  • Feb. 10: OMD, SaSaZu
  • Feb. 16: Nothing But Thieves, Forum Karlín
  • Feb. 17: Black Foxxes, Chapeau Rouge
  • Feb. 19: Knocked Loose, Lucerna Music Bar
  • Feb. 19: Jann, Rock Café
  • Feb. 21: Holly Humberstone, MeetFactory
  • Feb. 22: James Arthur, Forum Karlín
  • Feb. 22: Jimmy Carr, Zoner Bobyhall (Brno)
  • Feb. 23: Jimmy Carr, Prague Congress Center
  • Feb. 23: Parov Stelar, Forum Karlín
  • Feb. 22-24: Depeche Mode, O2 Arena
  • Feb. 24: Crystal Fighters, Roxy
  • Feb. 24: Dan Mangan, Café V Lese
  • Feb. 29: Shawn James, Kasárna Karlín


  • March 1: LP, O2 Universum
  • March 4: James Blunt, Forum Karlín
  • March 6: Zara Larsson, Forum Karlín
  • March 7: DJ Shadow, Roxy
  • March 9: Eric Nam, SaSaZu
  • March 10: Madison Beer, SaSaZu
  • March 14: The 1975, Sportovní hala Fortuna
  • March 15: Sophie Ellis Bextor, Palác Akropolis
  • March 17: Niall Horan, Sportovní hala Fortuna
  • March 24: Giant Rooks, Roxy
  • March 24: Jason Derulo, O2 Arena
  • March 24: Mother Mother, Forum Karlín
  • March 25: Only The Poets, MeetFactory
  • March 26: Donny Benet, Lucerna Music Bar
  • March 27: Sasha Velour, Divadlo Broadway
  • March 28: Tom Odell, Forum Karlín
  • March 29: Judas Priest, O2 Arena


  • April 13: Ghostly Kisses, NoD
  • April 16: Dave Matthews Band, O2 Universum
  • April 17: Foreign Beggars, Bike Jesus
  • April 17: Blind Channel, MeetFactory
  • April 18: SLASH, Winning Group Arena (Brno)
  • April 21: Fletcher, SaSaZu
  • April 22: Seafret, Lucerna Music Bar
  • April 22: Francis of Delirium, Cross Club
  • April 27: Declan McKenna, SaSaZu


  • May 6: Anson Seabra, Rock Café
  • May 8: Tate McRae, Forum Karlín
  • May 11-12: Rammstein, Letiště Letňany
  • May 15: Thirty Seconds to Mars, Sportovní hala Fortuna
  • May 18: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Forum Karlin
  • May 21: The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Lucerna Music Bar
  • May 28: Bruce Springsteen, Letiště Letňany
  • May 28-29: La Femme, Roxy
  • May 30: Psymon Spine, Cross Club


  • June 2: Jonas Brothers, O2 Arena
  • June 4: Sting, Amfiteátr Lochotín (Pilsen)
  • June 5: Charlotte Sands, Chapeau Rouge
  • June 6: Nickelback, O2 Arena
  • June 9: Troye Sivan, Sportovní hala Fortuna
  • June 12-15: The Offspring, Rock for People Festival (Hradec Králové)
  • June 12-15: Bring Me the Horizon, Rock for People Festival
  • June 12-15: Avril Lavigne, Rock for People Festival
  • June 12-15: The Prodigy, Rock for People Festival
  • June 12-15: Bad Omens, Rock for People Festival
  • June 12-15: Sum 41, Rock for People Festival
  • June 12-15: Dogstar (ft. Keanu Reeves), Rock for People Festival
  • June 17: Ty Segall, Roxy
  • June 17: Alice Cooper, Enteria Arena (Pardubice)
  • June 20-22: Kosheen, Metronome Festival
  • June 20-22: Milky Chance, Metronome Festival


  • July 1: Pet Shop Boys, O2 Universum
  • July 3: Rod Stewart, O2 Arena
  • July 4: The Smashing Pumpkins, O2 Universum
  • July 17-20: Sam Smith, Colours of Ostrava
  • July 17-20: Lenny Kravitz, Colors of Ostrava
  • July 17-20: Queens of the Stone Age, Colors of Ostrava
  • July 17-20: James Blake, Colors of Ostrava
  • July 25-27: Sleaford Mods, Pop Messe (Brno)
  • July 27-28: Ed Sheeran, Park 360 (Hradec Králové)
  • July 29: Scorpions, Enteria Arena (Pardubice)


  • Aug. 6: Devendra Banhart, Žluté Lázně
  • Aug. 10: Pixies, Forum Karlín



  • Oct. 2: Mike Zito, Lucerna Music Bar


  • Nov. 12: Jacob Colliers, O2 Universum
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