BOOM Festival

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BOOM Festival
Genre Rock
Location(s) Ljubljana (1972-1974)
Zagreb (1975)
Belgrade (1976)
Novi Sad (1977-1978)
Years active 1972 – 1978

BOOM Festival was a former Yugoslav rock music festival. The festival was held for the first time in 1972 in Ljubljana, and for the last time in 1978 in Novi Sad. The festival featured numerous prominent acts of the former Yugoslav rock scene, and five various artists live albums were recorded on various editions of the festival.

History[edit]

# Year Location Dates Performers Notes
1 1972 Tivoli Hall, Ljubljana, SR Slovenia[1] April 21-22[1] Nirvana, Indexi, Ivica Kiš, Alarm, Grupa 777, Mladi Levi, Had, Ivica Percl, Time, Grupa Marina Škrgatića, Trio Neda, Dario i Miljenko, Jutro, Bumerang, Dekameroni, Tomaž Domicelj[1] The double live album Pop Festival Ljubljana 72 was recorded on the festival and released through Helidon.[2]
2 1973 Tivoli Hall, Ljubljana, SR Slovenia[1] April 20-21[1] YU Grupa, Buco i Srđan, Ave, Srce, Jutro, Zdenka Kovačiček, Nirvana, Rock Express, Drago Mlinarec, Ivica Percl, Dah, Time, Grupa 777, Lambert Shop, Clan, Grupa Marina Škrgatića, Pop Mašina, Srđan Marjanović, Bumerang, Ganeša, Tajga, Spirit[1] The double live album Boom Pop Fest '73 was recorded on the festival and released through Jugoton.[3]
3 1974 Tivoli Hall, Ljubljana, SR Slovenia[1] May 10-11[1] Bijelo Dugme, Bumerang, Cvrčak i Mravi, Tomaž Domicelj, Hobo, Grupa 220, Jutro, Ivica Percl, Prošlo Vreme, S Vremena Na Vreme, Sedam Svetlobnih Let, Sunce, Zenit, YU Grupa, Drago Mlinarec, Nirvana, Grupa Marina Škrgatića, Boom '74 Pop Selekcija[1] The supergroup Boom '74 Pop Selekcija was formed specially for the occasion.[1] The double live album Boom Pop Festival Ljubljana '74 was recorded on the festival and released through Jugoton.[4]
4 1975 Zagreb, SR Croatia[1] May 31[1] Time, Torr, Ivica Percl, Crčak i Mravi, Drago Mlinarec i Spektar, Buldožer, Tomaž Domicelj, Grupa 220, More, Bijelo Dugme, Zdenka Kovačiček i Pop Selekcija, Teška Industrija, Kamen Na Kamen, Smak, Formula 4, Vulkan[1]
5 1976 Pionir Hall, Belgrade, SR Serbia[1] June 16[1] Smak, YU Grupa, Time, September, More, Buldožer, Suncokret, Parni Valjak, Teška Industrija, Zdenka Express, Process, Torr and Oliverova Beogradska Reprezentacija.[1] The live album BOOM '76 was recorded on the festival and released through PGP-RTB.[5]
6 1977 Sajmište, Novi Sad, SR Serbia[1] December 10-11[1] Ibn Tup, Tetka Ana, Čerge, Neoplanti, Cvrčak i Mravi, Leb i Sol, PU, Tako, Suncokret, Zebra, Buldožer, Tomaž Domicelj, Parni Valjak, Stakleno Zvono, Vatra, Smak, Zlatni Prsti, Vatreni Poljubac, Zmaj od Bosne, Teatar Levo.[1] The double live album BOOM '77 was recorded on the festival and released through Suzy.[6]
7 1978 Sajmište, Novi Sad, SR Serbia[1] December 10-11[1] Aerodrom, Generacija 5, Riblja Čorba, Suncokret, Zvuk Ulice, Gordi, Izazov, Bumerang, Paraf, Prljavo Kazalište, Pekinška Patka, Den Za Den, Galija, Tako, Tomaž Domicelj, Vatreni Poljubac, Leb i Sol.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v Janjatović, Petar (2007). EX YU ROCK enciklopedija 1960-2006. Belgrade: self-released. p. 301. 
  2. ^ Pop Festival Ljubljana 72 at Discogs
  3. ^ Boom Pop Fest '73 at Discogs
  4. ^ Boom Pop Festival Ljubljana '74 at Discogs
  5. ^ BOOM '76 at Discogs
  6. ^ BOOM '77 at Discogs

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