Barisarock

Barışarock

Barışarock signifiant en turc rock pour la Paix est un festival de rock de grande envergure organisé depuis 2003 à Istanbul, Turquie. L'entrée est gratuite.

Sommaire

Editions de ce festival et musiciens participants

2006

  • Anima
  • Aylin Aslım
  • Bulutsuzluk Özlemi
  • Catafalque
  • Çamur
  • Çilekeş
  • Deli
  • Demirhan Baylan
  • Demir Demirkan
  • Erdal Bayrakoğlu
  • False in Truth
  • Gevende
  • Işığın Yansıması
  • Kara Güneş
  • Kara Kedi
  • Kardeş Türküler et 45'lik şarkılar
  • Kurtalan Ekspres
  • Koma Rewşen
  • Moğollar
  • Mor ve Ötesi
  • Nidal
  • Pinhani
  • Redd
  • Soulitary
  • The Blow Ups, (Royaume-Uni)
  • Turgut Berkes
  • Yaşar Kurt
  • Yolgezer
  • Zardanadam

2005

2004

2003

  • Anima
  • Bulutsuzluk Özlemi
  • Grizu
  • Infected
  • İhtiyaç Molası
  • Mbm
  • Moğollar
  • Mor ve Ötesi
  • Oyuncak Araba
  • Pentagram, aussi connu sous le nom de Mezarkabul
  • Yaşar Kurt
  • Yırtık Uçurtma

Voir aussi

Lien externe

  • Portail de la Turquie Portail de la Turquie
  • Portail du rock Portail du rock
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