Meskie Granie Tickets
Meskie Granie, experimental and innovative music on tour
Some of Poland’s jazz music, rap and hip-hop music, rock and other genres that are much harder to define, take to the road each year for the Meslkie Granie tour. The music veers towards the experimental and alternative, with such mix-and-match events as hip-hop artists backed by jazz groups. The mix-and-match nature of the Meskie Granie tour means that the performances are unique, given by groups of musicians who would not normally play together and this. This results in some interesting and sometimes complicated music. Buy and sell Meskie Granie tickets on StubHub to see some of the best and most innovative Polish musicians in concert.
"All Musicians are Warriors"
The Meskie Granie tour takes in all the major Polish cities, such as Warsaw, the capital, Krakow and Gdansk. It is accompanied by other examples of artistic endeavour, such as photography exhibitions. The 2010 tour had its own theme song, which was released as a single called "All Musicians are Warriors". An album of the 2010 tour was also released and went on to win an alternative music award. Included on the rollcall of Meskie Granie performers are Polish acts such as Emade, a Polish rapper and record producer, alternative rock band Cool Kids of Death and hip-hop band Kaliber 44. In 2011, the tour was even shown on television, with the audience for the broadcast estimated to reach around 120,000 viewers. Live music performances date back to the 17th Century. A musical soiree that took place in 1672 at the house of John Bannister, in London, is generally thought to be the first concert in the modern sense, with tours developing out of the desire of audiences to see performers they had heard about and performers having to travel to different venues to perform to them. To see this modern interpretation of the event, buy and sell Meskie Granie tickets on StubHub and catch the tour.
Poland’s thriving music scene
Poland has a thriving and bold music scene that crosses a broad spectrum and includes death metal, thrash and a uniquely Polish sub-genre called goth metal, championed by bands such as Closterkeller. It has also seen the development of an individual style of jazz. Among the big names in Polish jazz are saxophonist Zbigniew Namysłowski, saxophonist and violinist Michał Urbaniak and singer Ewa Farna. Buy and sell Meskie Granie tickets on StubHub to experience the best of Polish alternative music live.
Epic events and incredible deals straight to your inbox.