19 —— 20    6    2020


Comfort Above All Else
Metronome Festival Prague is the first large pop/rock festival to take place in the Czech capital. It strives to provide a cross-section of various genres and musical epochs, focusing on the hottest new sounds and the best of the past.But the organizers don’t just provide an eclectic line-up that attracts a wide range of concert-goers, but also an exceptional level of comfort at the open-air and covered stages with sufficient seating; a broad selection of refreshments and a cashless payment system that offers secure transactions, shorter lines, and faster service.

  • Green spaces and places to rest and relax
  • Terrace seating on stands
  • Food zones with a broad selection of refreshments
  • A responsible festival – deposited cups, biodegradable dishes
  • An expanded festival grounds
  • A cashless payment system
  • Reduced time waiting in line
  • Over 200+ comfortable vacuum toilets
  • A large selection of bars

In the past, Metronome Festival Prague has featured stars such as Iggy PopStingLiam Gallagher, Kraftwerk 3-D, Foals, Chemical Brothers, Crystal Fighters, Kasabian, John Cale, David Byrne, and Massive Attack, with over 18,000 people attending last year’s edition.

A Festival Amid History
Prague’s Výstaviště exhibition ground and its ornate art deco Průmyslový palác (Industrial Palace) is part of the extended heart of the city. The festival grounds are close to the National Gallery, famous for its modern art collection; as well as the vast Prague Zoo with its near-century of history. The grounds themselves border Stromovka (the Royal Game Preserve), which happens to be the largest park in the Czech capital. It’s only a few minutes by public transportation to Prague’s most famous landmarks, includingPrague Castle, the Charles Bridge, Wenceslas and Old Town Squares, the art deco Vltava embankment, or the city’s world-famous modern architecture. The area just outside Prague offers a number of attractions as well, including the medieval castles of Karlštejn and Křivoklát; or Konopiště, the residence of the assassinated heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria.