The showdown between music and publishing will also feature a headlining concert programme at Kino Šiška.
Under the mantle of Radio Študent, the Tresk Festival is presenting a showdown between music and publishing for the 11th year in a row. Through visual competitions, discussions, concerts, and club events, Tresk addresses the issues of the alternative music scene and weaves a social network of musicians, visual artists, publishers, distributors, organizers, media, merchants, and, last but not least, supporters and listeners.
The festival is entering its second decade with a somewhat different concept. During the first weekend in April, Ljubljana’s downtown will transform into the crossroads of the local and regional music scene for three days. The main fair of local and regional music publishers is moving from Kino Šiška to the centre of the city, the Old Power Station, where they will pull back the curtains for the occasion and flood the venue with daylight. Special attention will also be paid to an often overlooked link in the distribution chain of local independent music labels – record shops – with a daytime concert programme.
The main music programme will again take place at Kino Šiška, and will continue at Channel Zero. You can read more about the Tresk #11 festival programme on their website.
Music programme @ Kino Šiška from 8 PM:*
*The ticket includes entry to both Kino Šiška and Channel Zero, the number of tickets is limited.
Organisation: Radio Študent in cooperation with Kino Šiška.