Polish rock and punk collective Kult
Polish rock collective, Kult, blends an alternative mix of punk, rock, new wave and jazz and when playing live, they sure know how to start a party! On the StubHub website, you can find out about upcoming tour dates and venue locations and buy or sell your Kult tickets. Then you can prepare for an experience that will stay with you forever!
A legendary Kult status
One of Poland's best-known groups, Kult, was formed in 1982 by Kazik Staszewski. The band's original members were, alongside Kazik Staszewski (lead vocals and saxophone), Dariusz Gierszewski (drums), Piotr Wieteska (bass guitar) and Tadeusz Bagan (guitars). Their first concert was in July 1982 and their first studio album was recorded in 1986 and released in 1987. While their roots lay in the punk sound, their style evolved to blend different elements of reggae, jazz, rock and ska, and their popularity in Poland has risen to give them legendary status over the years. Known for their unorthodox messages and incredible live shows, since Kult burst on the scene in the early 80s, they've continued to garner a wide following and fans seeing them live in concert will not be disappointed. If you want to keep track of where they will be playing next, find tour dates and buy Kult tickets on the StubHub website. If you decide you want to then sell your tickets for any reason, you can do so on the same platform quickly and easily, with just a few clicks.
Genre crossing and politically motivated
While Kult's early music was strongly influenced by alternative, progressive and punk rock, as well as new wave sounds, all of which influenced their first album and songs such as Krew Boga, O Ani and Wspaniała nowina. While their music at the time was censored by the government as it was seen to be against the system, their popularity with the Polish masses grew. Songs such as Do Ani, Arahja and Krew Boga made it to number 1 in the Polish Radio 3 chart and sealed their position as the vanguard of Polish rock. Post-1989, after the collapse of communist rule in Poland, their music became more main stream and their albums have consistently topped the charts. Find their next tour dates and buy Kult tickets from StubHub. If you're interested in seeing Kult performing, you may also be interested in finding out about other artists such as Solstice, Sons of Apollo and Steve Hackett.
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