8th — 10th July 2021
Airport Trenčín 8th — 10th July 2021
The Lola Marsh tour is postponed to October 2021

The Lola Marsh tour is postponed to October 2021

Due to the still complicated situation in connection with the pandemic, the management of the band Lola Marsh decided to postpone the Central European tour until October 2021. In any case, the band can't wait to return to Slovakia and perform great songs from the new album Someday Tomorrow Maybe. You can buy tickets at www.pohodafestival.sk/sk/shop.

17. December 2020

New dates: October 15 2021 - Žilina (Municipal Theater), October 16 2021 - Trenčín (Piano Club), October 17, 2021 - Bratislava (Refinery Gallery). 

All tickets for the original concerts can be used for rescheduled dates. If the ticket holders can't attend the new dates, they can request the cancellation of the ticket and a refund. All they have to do is send the order number and account number in IBAN format (where we have to return the money) to the e-mail address shop@pohodafestival.sk. Applicants can claim the refund no later than the end of February 2021. Refunds will be processed and sent by the end of March 2021.


A musical love at first sound: that’s how we could describe the relationship between Pohoda, its visitors and the band from Israel, Lola Marsh. As an unknown band, they played our main stage during their Slovak premiere in 2014. The chemistry worked right away. A tour, several solo concerts as well as other gigs at Pohoda followed. On June 9, 2017, they released their debut Remember Roses, whose success got reflected immediately in various streaming services charts and, overall, increasing interest in this amazing band. Film (Criminal) as well as TV series (Better Call Saul) producers started using their songs and their tracks also appeared in several commercials (eBay, Crédit Agricole). The success of Lola Marsh is not based just on Yael and Gil’s chemistry. The duo collaborates with experienced musicians such as Mati Gilad (bass guitar), Rami Osservaser (guitar, piano) and Dekel Dvir (drums). Thanks to their amazing live shows, they have gradually become one of the most wanted Middle Eastern bands in Europe and the United States. Praises media such as Le Monde, NPR, Paste Magazine, NYLON or the Observer sing about them prove it.