Declaration of Marika Gombitová
This year, a living legend will delight her fans with the only concert in Bratislava
Thousands of fans will no longer have to wait for a live meeting with their favourite performer and composer. The famous singer, who was first introduced as a composer by the OPUS publishing house in the autumn of 2021 with the release of the first authorial double album “The Land with a Name Love”, will perform at the National Tennis Centre in the second half of December.
The first lady of Slovak popmusic returns to the Slovak stages, a blonde-haired singer who at the first hearing of everyone impresses with a beautifully hoarse, metal-colored voice. The concerts will feature compositions that were created during Marika’s successful 40-year career and rightly belong to the golden fund of Slovak popular music. During the concerts, special guests will also appear on the stage.
Marika planned a big comeback with her birthday concert “Marika Gombitová & Friends” in September 2016 after several years of withdrawal from the scene. In the meantime, she decided to fulfill Meky Žbirka his big dream and performed as an exclusive guest on his “Road to Abbey” tour. In December 2017, she delighted her fans in Prague with the Christmas concert “Marika Gombitová’s Dream”.
The music icon Marika Gombitová is a vivid example of the fact that the song does not only have to be sung, but can also be felt. She is an uncrowned queen of Slovak popular music and is deservedly one of the most prominent personalities of Slovak culture.
This year can her fans enjoy concert tour, belonging to the most anticipated musical events. Its title is derived from the ballad “Declaration”, which in 1979 brought the singer silver on the Bratislava Lyre, gold in Polish Sopot Festival in 1980 and the overall victory in the poll “Hit of the 20th century” a few years later.
Live performances in front of crowds of faithful admirers are extremely important for Marika. Such was her unforgettable performance at the Bratislava Lyre in 1981, only half a year after her injury. She continued her concerts and tour “Coins on the Bottom of Fountains” and “Address Me, Address You”, which lasted five seasons – she performed all over Czechoslovakia and sold out the Prague’s Lucerna Palace four times.
After the car accident, she sang 134 songs, almost half of which she composed herself, released seven solo albums and attended more than 150 concerts and 114 performances, focusing mainly on television and charity concert programs. Now she comes to Bratislava to make Advent even more beautiful.
Do not miss an extraordinary opportunity to spend an unforgettable artistic experience with the queen of Slovak pop music and her friends. ‘Let autumn be May’.
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