LIVE BROADCAST: Opening of the 20th annual World Roma Festival KHAMORO in Prague
The 20th annual World Roma Festival KHAMORO will begin as is traditional with a party under the open skies on the banks of the Vltava River in Prague. Střelecký ostrov (Shooter's Island) will be the venue for the very first concert of the festival.
Those performing will be the Milan Kroka Live Band, which will present its colorful cross-genre repertoire of "Gypsy rumba", pop, and traditional Romani music. They will be followed by the Romani band Gipsy.cz with its "Romano Hip-Hop" style, which has made them internationally famous.
The Slovak performer Gitana, who is frequently referred to as the "Slovak Beyoncé", will also sing. ROMEA TV, the first Romani Internet television channel in the Czech Republic, will broadcast the launch of the festival live.
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