*In accordance with the government decree, cultural events can only be attended by persons who have proof of a negative test result, recovery from COVID-19, or vaccination. The exact conditions are available at this link. The funicular railway is not included in the ticket price and is open until 6:00 pm. Free parking will be available on the road "Cesta Slovenskih Kmečkih Uporov", on the day of the concert from 7pm to 11pm. The Info Centre is open until 8:15 pm.
Since its first edition in 2008, the Godibodi Festival of contemporary original and ethno music has been synonymous with quality music and a complete concert experience, continuously opening up a space for fresh and not yet established Slovenian music. Under the baton of versatile musician and artistic director of the festival Janez Dovč, this unique music project has brought together numerous top Slovenian musicians over the past twelve years.
This year, the fourteenth edition of the festival will take place in the last week of May with concerts by: Blaž Mencinger, Eva Hren & Goran Rukavina Quintet; Samo and Barbara Vovk (festival production); Robert Petan (album promotion; Marko banda (album promotion); Vruja (album promotion); Metod Banko (festival production); and Tomaž Hostnik & Nerodnozabavni ansambel.
The third day of the festival will feature two bands: Marko banda and Vruja.
Miha Kavaš – violin
Slavko Petek – contrabass
Andi Sobočan – cimbalom
Boštjan Rous – clarinet
Željko Ritlop – clarinet
Tomaž Rauch – viola
Samo Budna – violin
Tjaša Šimonka Kavaš – vocals
Marino Kranjac – guitar, mandolin, violin, sopilas, vocals
Peter Kaligarič – accordion
Gabrijel Križman – guitar, mandola, vocals
Gorast Radojević – small Istrian bass, electric bass guitar
Veronika Črešnik – vocals, cajon, sound producers
Niki Germovšek – violin
Photo Marko banda: Borut Grce
Photo Vruja: Kubed
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