Music program

The Festival of Tolerance, along with its rich movie programme and the additional programme of discussions, exhibitions and education, also brings an impending music programme. Organized to attract the young as well as the most number attendees, to introduce them to a different, maybe less known genre.

The Festival has been visited by top artists, both national and international, belonging to various genres, ranging from the ever popular klezmer music, Romani music, the traditional music of east European Jews and jazz music to electronic music with some of the well-known and popular national and international DJ's.

Up until now the Festival has been enriched by music and performances such as the Karavan Familia with their gypsy atmosphere, a bit of the Mississippi blues, the Flamenco, the Rumba, a little bit of Eastern flare and DJ Flo Real, the warm-up DJ for legendary Kruder & Dorfmeister monthly G-Stone sessions, DJs Kibbutz from Vienna – DJ Aviv without the Tel and DJ J’aime Julien, Joyce Muniz, Funk Guru & phillipe b2b (CFSN) and the famous Belgian producer and currently one of the most sought after freestyle DJ's in the world - LeFtO.

The music programme for the 11th edition of the Festival of Tolerance hosts DJ Kuna, the gypsy band Valami swing, the jazz-rock band Edi Nulz and the electronic pop quartet Kids n Cats.

Pločnik (Međimurska ulica 21)


08.04.2017. 23:00

Mario Kunštek, better known as DJ Kuna, is a new reinforcement on the urban clubbing scene. His opus includes a variety of styles upgraded by personal interpretation through humorous rap improvisation. DJ Kuna has been active on the scene for more than five years...

Swanky Monkey Garden ( Ilica 50 )


11.04.2017. 21:00

The members of the Valami Swing band were brought together by love for gypsy jazz, a style that was started by guitarist Django Reinhardt in the 1930’s in Paris. This is the earliest European form of jazz that in a virtuoso manner combines swing...

Pločnik (Međimurska ul. 21)


13.04.2017. 23:00

Kids n Cats are an electronic pop band from Vienna who brings to the stage wild, colourful, chaotic music open to many different musical styles, fusing them into one big harmonious whole. Their sound combines pulsating electronic beats and an overall pop-sensitivity...

Vinyl (Bogovićeva 3)


14.04.2017. 23:00

Edi Nulz is a band that plays jazz counteracted by rock elements. Their performances are pure anarchy – at their concert you will watch and listen to a bassless jazz trio or a rock band without a singer, depending on how you experience it.

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