Passenger Returns to Prague in October

Passenger Returns to Prague in October

The artist behind one of the most-played songs of the past five years will soon be returning to Prague.

British singer-songwriter Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, will be coming to Prague’s Lucerna Grand Hall on Sunday, October 2. Tickets start from 750 CZK.



Rosenberg founded Passenger in Brighton in 2003. After the band broke up in 2009, he decided to keep the name for his solo career.

His ‘Let Her Go’ has been one of the most successful songs of the past half-decade since being released in 2012, racking up over 1 billion views on YouTube.

In 2014, it was featured in a memorable Budweiser commercial that premiered during that year’s Superbowl. 

But Passenger is no one-hit wonder. Songs like The Wrong Direction, Holes, and All the Little Lights have also been warmly received.

His latest single, Somebody’s Love, has been viewed nearly 10 million times since being released on YouTube last month:

Throughout the second half of 2016, his European tour to promote a new album features stops in Vienna, Berlin, Warsaw, and Budapest. Prague was a late addition.

In the Czech capital, he’ll be joined by special guest folk singer-songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov.

Tickets are available via GoOut and Ticketpro.


Dave Park

David Park was born and raised in Baltimore and has been living in the Czech Republic since 2009 after studying journalism in Prague. No stranger to controversial topics, feel free to comment on his articles and let him know how you *really* feel.

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