Saturday, 16 May 2020

Prague TV

DJ LiL-ROWA

Prague TV |
20 September 2016

DJ LiL ROWA can do pretty amazing things with his mixing table.

Bryan Adams to play O2 Arena Prague

Prague TV |
20 September 2016

Canadian singer and guitarist Bryan Adams will be Prague's O2 Arena on Oct. 5 with his Get Up tour. It is part of a relatively short leg of his world tour, with eight dates starting in Luxembourg and ending in Sofia.

More tunnels planned for Prague

Prague TV |
20 September 2016

It has been a year since the Blanka tunnel opened in Prague, the longest road tunnel in the Czech Republic and longest urban tunnel in Europe. But traffic still remains a problem in parts of the city, and putting traffic underground is being considered as a solution.

The 1975 are bringing their new show to Prague

Prague TV |
20 September 2016

The 1975 have announced a 2017 European headline tour in support of their album I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it. They will perform in Forum Karlín on February 21st.

Mad Mad Monday - grand season opening

Prague TV |
19 September 2016

MAD MAD Mondays Grand Season Opening is here! The best party Prague has to offer for Monday.

Free Mondays

Prague TV |
19 September 2016

Live at NoD: Dalekko

Renting a flat in Prague

Prague TV |
19 September 2016

A beginner's guide to finding an apartment in the Czech capital

Prague Zoo to celebrate 85 years

Prague TV |
19 September 2016

The Prague Zoo opened in 1931, and is going to celebrate 85 years on Sept. 28 with a special program. Baby giraffes will be christened, and there will be musical and theatrical performances.

Thousands of pubs will participate in Czech Beer Days

Prague TV |
19 September 2016

Some 6,000 pubs and restaurants across the Czech Republic will take part in the fourth annual Czech Beer Days from Sept. 23 to Oct. 1.

Karel Gott announces concert

Prague TV |
19 September 2016

Czech superstar Karel Gott announced that he will appear at Prague's Malostranská beseda on Oct. 10 in a show billed as Karel Gott Still aLIVE.

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