Berlin-based electronic rock band Bonaparte will perform in Hanoi this Friday
Berlin-based electronic rock band Bonaparte, which has been described as "analoge Bohème," by the daily newspaper Berliner Zeitung, will perform in Hanoi at 7 p.m. on Nov 29.
Headed by Swiss songwriter Tobias Jundt, the band's only permanent member, Bonaparte will have up to 20 other artists as they performs their most famous pieces that have earned them descriptions like "a wild rock'n'roll-trash-punk-troupe de force" and "a bizarre fantasy."
The Hanoi show at bar ATK, 73 Mai Hac De Street, is part of Bonaparte's first Asian tour, crossing 15 cities in China, Thailand and Vietnam. Earlier they had toured from Russia to Australia.
With six albums and an own feature film under their belt, Bonaparte have built a reputation as one of Berlin's most dynamic live acts, gaining rave reviews worldwide for their energetic live shows.
Supporting the German rock'n'roll circus a rotating collective of 20 musicians, designers, dancers from around the globe who bring a theatrical, trashy punk energy to the stage, will be Hanoi's favorite six piece afrobeat-reggae band Zamina.
Tickets are priced from VND180,000 (advance) via ticketbox.vn or the ATK to VND 200,000.