One of the biggest bands in rock history and one of the most beloved bands in Serbia, the legendary Deep Purple will perform in Belgrade on December 6 at the Stark Arena.
English rockers, led by the legendary singer Ian Gillan, made a spectacular appearance in 2014 at the Arena in front of over 10,000 rock and roll fans!
“Smoke on the water”, “Black Night”, “Hush”, “Highway Star”, “The Mule” and other hits from the band’s for almost half a century career will re-echo the Arena!
Two years ago, rock icons began the “Long Goodbye Tour”, which they planned to be the last of their rich concert careers. Due to the huge interest of millions of fans around the world, Deep Purple will visit some countries again within the tour, and to the extreme joy of a large number of fans, Serbia is one of them!
Hardcore fans will have the unique opportunity to hear the hits of rock greats for the last time, including “Fireball,” “Bloodsucker,” and “Strange Kind Of Woman,” “Space Truckin ‘,” Johnny’s Band, “” Uncommon Man, ” The Surprising, Lazy and many more.
“Deep Purple” is one of the most influential hard rock bands of all time! The band formed in Hertford in 1968 and has since influenced many rock and metal bands, including Iron Maiden, Metallica, Motorhead, Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Panther, Guns ‘n’ Roses …
The British rock legends, Deep Purple, are listed in the Guinness Book of Records as “the loudest band in the world” and are one of the most active bands in rock and roll history. The band was also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016.
“Deep Purple” is considered a pioneer of heavy metal sound and is the author of the most famous riff in the history of rock and roll – “Smoke on the Water” from the album “Machine Head”.
They have released 20 studio and 34 concert albums, 27 “best-of” compilations, and recent reports show that “Deep Purple” has sold over 100 million copies of its albums worldwide!