On Saturday 15. September the Slovenian cult band Laibach makes one of their rare visits to Copenhagen to perform a 30th anniversary concert at the National Gallery of Denmark.
In co-operation with artFREQ the National Gallery of Denmark will host a 30th anniversary concert with Laibach, which will encompass Laibach material from the early 1980s to the present day. The Gallery will also screen the film Iron Sky, for which the Slovenian cult band provided music.
Bringing together different art forms
Today, Laibach stands as Slovenia’s biggest and most famous export within the art and culture scene; the band performs regularly at the world’s most prestigious festivals and art scenes. They recently gave a sold-out 30th anniversary concert at the Tate Modern under the heading Monumental Retro-Avantgarde.
The concert at the National Gallery of Denmark has the heading We Come in Peace and will offer a music experience that spans material from Laibach’s early beginnings in the 1980s to the present day. The music is accompanied by a curated film track that reflects the band’s unique, artistic visual identity. Indeed, the choice of concert venue reflects Laibach’s intention to bring together and unite various forms of art.