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09.10.2020 / 20:00


MORT / 100po100

Due to great interest and limited capacity, KSET will 9.10. once again to host the Sinj punk blues quartet MORT ! These are, of course, the masters of intensity known to all of us, John, Zvrk, Kikos and Mile, and this fall they will perform as part of the new autumn program of KSET called "100po100".

In this age of getting used to the “new normal”, the “100po100” program is an altruistic collaboration of the Electrical Engineering Students Club, music agencies Sound Delivery, YEM and OOO Booking, which has a clear and simple goal: in accordance with the highest standards and recommendations for epidemiological measures, with an emphasis on domestic performers who are most affected by the current situation, especially those for whom music is the primary and only life profession. "100po100" will provide a continuous music program from week to week, intertwining such diverse genres and performers, and following the audience's interest in the program, sometimes some performers may perform more than once.

By the way, we all know about MORT and we don't need to talk much about them. The band has been around since 2003, at the end of 2012 the current drummer Mile came and then they recorded the first full demo album "Top Bottom", which was released in the summer of 2013. He has over 400 concerts in 5 years, 20 videos, over 8 million views on YouTube, four top albums, more than 50,000 TV shows, and before this current situation he was in the process of promoting their latest studio release called “Standing running man”, written entirely in English.


The number of tickets is strictly limited in order to respect the rule of 100 participants and their purchase is possible only in the Dirty Old Shop at a price of 60 kn.

As mentioned, the concert will be performed in accordance with the provisions of the Civil Protection Headquarters for indoor gatherings of up to 100 participants, thus requiring temperature measurement and hand disinfection at the entrance. Visitors are warmly recommended to wear protective face masks, and are asked to behave responsibly and maintain sufficient physical distance throughout the evening and respect the intended locations for living during the concert. Exceptionally, in order to provide more open space, access to the side yard next to KSET will be provided.

The program was realized under the auspices of Pivovara Medvedgrad, with the support of the Ministry of Culture and the City of Zagreb.

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