The HU (Helitehas, Tallinn)

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Date:

September 7

Time:

19:00

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Event Website
Venue

Helitehas

Rahvusvaheliselt tunnustatud mongoli rokkbänd The HU astub oma maailmaturnee raames üles Tallinnas, Helitehases, 7. septembril. Esmakordselt Eestis ärkab laval korraks ellu hunnide impeerium, mis raputab iga kuulajat.

2016. aastal Mongoolias Ulaanbaataris moodustatud The HU kasutab traditsioonilist mongoli muusikat ning segab seda kaasaegsete roki elementidega. Tulemuseks on vaimustav kokteil, mis on lummanud publikut üle kogu maailma. Ansambli moodustavad Gala, Jaya, Temka ja Enkush.Rikkalikust kultuuripärandist on pärit ka iidsed instrumendid, mida nad kasutavad, nagu Morin Khuur (hobusepea viiul), Tovshuur (mongoli kitarr) ja Tumur Khuur (lõuaharf). Neile on lisatud kaasaegsed kitarriseaded, saatjaks hüpnotiseeriv kurgulaul.

The HU kontsert Tallinnas saab olema meeldejääv sündmus ja fännid pangu end valmis unustamatuks õhtuks. Esitamisele tulevad hitid „Yuve Yuve Yu“ ja „Wolf Totem“, oodata on ka põnevaid üllatusi, mis tõestavad, kui unikaalne on The HU muusikaline maailm.

The HU Tallinna kontserdi piletite eelmüük algab Live Nation Estonia klubiliikmetele 1. mail kell 10, avalik piletimüük algab 3. mail kell 10 Piletilevi müügipunktides ja kodulehel.

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Internationally acclaimed Mongolian rock band The HU will be performing in Tallinn on September 7th as part of their world tour. On stage, the Hun Empire will come to life for the first time in Estonian stage for a moment that will shake every listener to their core.

Formed in 2016 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, The HU uses traditional Mongolian music and mixes it with modern rock elements. The result is a captivating cocktail that has enchanted audiences around the world. The band is made up of Gala, Jaya, Temka, and Enkush.The HU’s music is deeply embedded in their ancient culture, even incorporating old Mongolian war cries and poems. The ancient instruments they use, such as the Morin Khuur (horsehead fiddle), Tovshuur (Mongolian guitar), and Tumur Khuur (lute harp), also come from a rich cultural heritage. These are accompanied by modern guitar instruments, creating a hypnotic blend with throat singing.

The HU’s concert in Tallinn is set to be a memorable event, and fans should prepare for an unforgettable night. Hits like “Yuve Yuve Yu” and “Wolf Totem” will be performed, along with some exciting surprises showcasing The Hu’s unique musical world.

Tickets for The HU’s Tallinn concert go on sale to Live Nation Estonia club members on May 1st at 10 a.m., while public ticket sales start on May 3rd at 10 a.m. at Piletilevi selling points and on the website.

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