The garage rock, punk and psychedelic sounds of King Khan and the Shrines will fill the Daste in via Daste and Spalenga in Bergamo tonight, Thursday 23 June.
The group, known for the rowdy frontman, who who knows with what surprises will amaze the Bergamo public, is the great awaited of the evening, completed by the Xiwt and the dj set by Brown Barcella, which promises soul, sixties and rock and roll.
The free admission review “Visions. Sounds from a distant future” resumes with this evening. Between past and future, the artistic-cultural proposal of Daste moves in time, but also in space. Over the next weekend, Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 June, the rooms of the former power plant redeveloped as an aggregative space will be transfigured to allow a journey to discover Japan.
Tastings, music, feature films, anime, markets will allow those, enthusiast or neophyte, who want to savor and discover the Far East to spend two wonderful days. With the title “The sun rises in the East”, the event will open on Saturday 25 June at 2.30 pm with the start of the markets, a concert and live painting at the same time and will close on Sunday 26 with the film screenings at 18.30 in the room “The White Screen”.