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Let 3 Set to Rock Podgorica Once Again

The iconic Croatian rock band, Let 3, is gearing up to take the stage at the fourth edition of Rockstriction on Saturday, September 9. The event is set to be held on the plateau behind the Montenegrin Cinema and Music Center, with the performance kicking off at 9 p.m.

Having carved a niche for themselves with their audacious performances, Let 3 is returning to Podgorica after a decade-long hiatus. Fans eager to witness their electrifying performance can purchase tickets, priced at €10, starting Monday, August 21.

Rockstriction has consistently raised the bar for rock music in Montenegro. The inaugural edition saw mesmerizing performances by Nikola Vranjković and Autogeno training. The subsequent edition, featuring Bjesov and Vrpca, further solidified Rockstriction’s reputation as a premier rock event. The third edition introduced the audience to the Croatian garage punk rock duo Šiza, accompanied by Montenegrin alternative acts Alternaiva and Punkreas.

Let 3’s journey began in 1987, offering a fresh alternative for those who had a penchant for punk and post-punk. Their performances, characterized by exceptional lyrics, impeccable execution, and a blend of drama and style, have always been a crowd-puller. Their unique musical style, infused with sharp humor and a touch of the bizarre, has made them a standout act in the rock music scene.

While Let 3 has been known for their provocative performances throughout their career, their recent act at Dora, featuring the song “Mama, shh!”, stirred quite a buzz. The song, which carries an anti-war message, has been a massive hit, racking up 3.3 million views on the Eurovision Song Contest’s YouTube channel.

The upcoming performance in Podgorica promises to be an unforgettable experience for rock enthusiasts. With the legacy of their past performances and the anticipation of their return, Let 3’s act is undoubtedly one of the most awaited events in Montenegro’s music calendar this year.

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