TALLINN - US rock legend Iggy Pop will perform in Tallinn on June 14 next year, the show's organizer announced on Monday.
The concert will take place at Alexela Concert Hall.
Iggy Pop became known as the singer of the proto-punk ...
VILNIUS – Vilnius Regional Administrative Court on Monday dismissed an appeal filed by Russian pop star Philipp Kirkorov against the migration authority's decision to ban him from entering Lithuania for five years.
“Having heard the administrative case, the cour...
RIGA - The Culture Ministry has received nine Latvian cities and towns' applications for the status of the 2027 European Capital of Culture: Cesis, Daugavpils, Jelgava, Jekabpls, Jurmala, Kuldiga, Liepaja, Ogre and Valmiera.
The nine cities and towns will present their appl...
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