At the same time, they broadcast the party online – several songs for free, the rest after purchasing a “ticket”.
The tall building is currently under construction. From the upper floors, only a concrete skeleton remained temporarily without an outer shell, thus creating a space with a panoramic view of Brno.
The group did not lose the crowd’s applause. Dozens of people encouraged her from Bjornson Park and the law school surrounding areas. In addition to improved sound equipment, the band also prepared a light show for them.
Mňága and Žďorp composed the concert mainly from well-known pieces of music, from the beginning, for example, Hodinový or Něgdy. About half an hour later, Uberka joined in, with the band, for example, playing for 22 days and soft with her.
“I see Brno from a completely different perspective. I thought I had experienced everything in my life – and look, Mňága and orp party is on the roof. I wasn’t expecting that, but I am looking forward to it,” said Uberka before starting.
Musicians in the Czech Republic have been unable to perform live for several months due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, Valašské Meziříčí troupe did not boycott their activities, they regularly play online for fans. It has now embarked on a “Spring Series Online” of streaming concerts.
“I didn’t know exactly how the musicians managed to deal with the epidemic, but our method suits me perfectly,” said Peter Viala, the band’s leader. On the following Saturday evenings, the musicians called Jarek Nohavica, Karel Plíhal, Roman Holý or Vypsaná fiX. Concerts can be seen on live.mnaga.cz.
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