Placebo and Gogol Bordello confirm they will perfor at Arsenal Fest in Kragujevac in 2021

World-renowned alternative band, Placebo, known for hits such as “Every You Every Me”, “The Bitter End”, “Special Needs” and “Song To Say Goodbye”, has confirmed that they will perform at Arsenal Fest, which will be held on June 24, 25 and 26, 2021 in Kragujevac.

Placebo, a band consisting of guitarist and vocalist Brian Molko and bassist Stefan Olsdal, are recognizable by their androgynous appearance, as well as their special blend of pop, punk, gothic, grunge and glam rock. They will play on the main stage on June 24 at Arsenal Fest 2021, which will be held under the slogan “Snažno uz muziku” (“Full steam ahead with music”).

The gypsy punk-rock band, Gogol Bordello, has also confirmed their performance on the first festival night. On June 25, the extravagant Balkan-punk-reggae band, Dubioza, will also perform after ten years since they performed at the first Arsenal in 2011.

Also, on the third night on June 26th, a world-renowned guitar virtuoso, Yngwie Malmsteen, will perform the main stage for the first time in Serbia. Due to problems with the dates and the pandemic, Sum 41 and Still Corners have cancelled their performances.

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Tickets for the entire festival will cost 3,000 dinars from December 24 to January 14, 2021. They can be bought at www.tickets.rs .

In Kragujevac, tickets are sold at Da Gama Travel and Music Store. Tickets purchased for last year’s Arsenal remain valid for this year’s and do not need to be changed. The ticket for June 23, i.e. the first night of last year’s Arsenal, will be valid for June 24 of Arsenal 2021.

(B92, 23.12.2020)

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