(EN) The Rockhal regrets to announce that the show of Calcutta planned for December 1st, 2019 has to be canceled due to illness. Ticket holders are advised that refunds will be available from the point of purchase. Tickets bought online at rockhal.lu will automatically be reimbursed.
(FR) La Rockhal a le regret d'annoncer que le concert de Calcutta prévu pour le 1 décembre 2019 doit être annulé pour cause de maladie. Les détenteurs de tickets seront remboursés auprès de leurs points de vente respectifs. Les tickets achetés en ligne sur rockhal.lu seront automatiquement remboursés.
(DE) Die Rockhal bedauert sehr, mitteilen zu müssen, dass die für den 1. Dezember 2019 geplante Show von Calcutta krankheitsbedingt abgesagt werden muss. Die Tickets können bei ihren jeweiligen Vorverkaufsstellen rückerstattet werden. Tickets, die online bei rockhal.lu gekauft wurden, werden automatisch zurückerstattet.
Siamo davvero dispiaciuti con i fan di Lussemburgo ma il concerto previsto al Rockhal è annullato per motivi di salute. Stiamo cercando una soluzione per recuperare la data e a breve vi daremo comunicazioni definitive a riguardo. Grazie della vostra pazienza e comprensione e ci scusiamo per i disagi.
We are deeply sorry for all the fans in Luxembourg but the concert due at Rockhal is cancelled for medical reasons. We are looking for a solution to recuperate the date and soon we will give you official informations about it.
Thanks for your patience and understanding and we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.
When Calcutta's debut album, “Mainstream” was released in 2015 via Bomba Dischi, the magnitude of its success took everyone by surprise. The first singles, Frosinone, Cosa mi manchi a fare and Gaetano told tales of longing, love and loneliness in a small world, the Roman neigbourhood where Edoardo D'Erme, aka Calcutta, was living at the time. “Mainstream” was a massive hit: Calcutta's infallible ear for a good tune and killer pop sensibilities, coupled with his lyrics, by turn harrowing and surreal, fully captured the mood of a generation. Suddenly, concert venues were filled with people singing their hearts out. Categories like “indie” and “pop” were rendered meaningless. Calcutta was everywhere and everything at the same time. Oroscopo, released in May 2016, made gold and was one of the biggest hits of the summer.
Orgasmo, the first single off his sophomore album, was released at the end of 2017 and was an immediate hit with over 10 million streams on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer. It rose to no. 5 of the Spotify chart and made the top 50 on EarOne's Airplay Chart. The beginning of February 2018 saw the release of Pesto, and by the time “Evergreen” was finally out, expectation was at an all-time high. The album was preceded by Paracetamolo, psychedelic pop at its best, an ode to the buzz of newborn love punctuated with an infectious guitar riff and propelled into infinity by the joyful shout of the chorus.
The summer of 2018 marked a turning point in Calcutta's live performances, with 30.000 people turning up to see him at Stadio Francioni, in his native Latina (about one hour south of Rome), on July 21st. On August 6th, he performed to a sold out Arena di Verona: the performance was turned into a concert film titled Calcutta – Tutti in piedi, shot and directed by Giorgio Testi, which showed in over 150 theatres all over Italy.
The stage is where Calcutta gives his best. Even when faced with an audience in the tens of thousands, he manages to convey a sense of intimacy with his fans through a bewitching mix of swagger and vulnerability, humour and heartfelt sincerity. His powerful voice and the strength of his live band [inseriamo i nomi?], along with state-of-the-art visuals, make each performance utterly memorable. After a short winter tour, Calcutta and his musicians have embarked on the summer leg of the Evergreen tour, which is setting hearts ablaze all over Italy.