The Hungarian speed-folk freak-punk band Bohemian Betyars will play for the very first time in Tallinn on 31st of May at 10pm in U3 concertclub (Uus 3) and on 1st of June at 8pm at Raekoja plats! Come and enjoy their crazy tunes!

Formed in 2009, Bohemian Betyars is a fiddler band with a purpose to spread the feeling of bitter revelry (an oh so Hungarian specialty) the farthest possible. Self-described as speed-folk freak-punk, their music has evolved into a new, exciting mixture – including rocking punk bouncing ska, swooping psychedelia, melodic themes all spiced up with Hungarian, Balkanic and Gipsy elements.

From the Baltic Sea to the Atlantic Ocean, in the last couple of years this real power boost band made the audience dance about a thousand times. Be it on the street, at a club or a festival, the catchy tunes of Bohemian Betyars will yank you out of the mundane weekdays and throw you into the deep waters of delirium, just as it was planned to happen.



Bohém: People practising an unconventional lifestyle, living with lightsome and unwaried optimism; careless about social norms, cheerful.

Betyár: Outlawed highwaymen in the 18-19th century; later legendary figures in the public mind, fighting for social justice; today young striplings, taking their own way.


In the framework of Old Town Days, the Bohemian Betyars performs for the very first time in Estonia in Tallinn at


- U3 Kontsertklubi (Uus 3.), 31.5, starting from 10pm ( or buy tickets at Piletilevi)

- Raekoja plats, 1.6, from 8pm



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