Saraka - soupergroup, music collective and traveling orchestra - is famously known for having played in the worst and best occasions possible, for the most prominent and the most private audiences alike. Their music draws influences from latin american folk music, african rhythms and european chanson - a group of great musicianship and with an immense hunger for experience. They integrate all this experience of the world and create a rich and decently experimental sound and song that is full of life.

Cedric Blaser: guitar, vocals
Pino Scalacane: guitar, vocals
Valentin Montmollin: percussions, vocals
Ugo Marras: percussions
Jérôme Laffely: bass clarinet, clarinet, sax, vocals
Thierry Marro: saxophones
Emilio Giovanoli: double bass, bass, vocals
Lucien Muellener: drums


Hermanos Perdidos


Since six years Hermanos Perdidos travel on a quest to oppose the absurdity of everyday life and replace it with the high spirit of a never ending journey. Deeply rooted in south-american cumbia music, sprinkeled with a pinch of balkan sounds and rounded off with a good portion of french chanson, the six brothers and sisters mix musical styles and languages to create a unique moment whenever they appear on stage. Hermanos Perdidos feel a gipsy travelling their veins, a punk beating their hearts, have two barrels of balkan in their livers y la cumbia en el alma.

NEW ALBUM Despierta out on 1st May!

Daria Weyeneth: Akkordion, Saxophone, Vocals
Gregor Kaufeisen: Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Gwen Farinelli: Cajon, Guitar, Vocals
Dorian Kaufeisen: Guitar, Vocals
Kaspar Hensel: Trumpet, Guitar
Cris Apaza: Guitar


Los Yukas


Los Yukas unites musicians from all around the globe to create their unique style with ingredients from Latin America, Caribbean, Balkan and Switzerland.
Legendary live shows: high spirit guaranteed.

Klaus Jan Dietze: Voz, Guitarra
Reto Ammann: Acordeon, Guitarra
Maximiliano Quinones: Violin, Keys, Percu
Inti Mendoza: Teclados
Thierry Kuster: Saxo, Vientos
Juan Manuel Sineriz: Bajo
Cartin Gulubay: Batería
Bala Subramanian: Percusion




Mambassa is the meeting point of an undefined number of musicians sharing the same strong undefined feeling for groove, loops and space atmospheres. A melting pot of languages and influences in constant movement. Mambassa tries not be the exception, (out of laziness or commitment) they're heading straight to the zenith of movement: dancing.

“The warmth of the southern nations with the freshness of an alps nation.” - Bruno
“Never heard of them!” - Fela Kuti

Cedric Blaser, Elia Fonti, Pino Scalacane, Emilio Giovanoli, Paul Butscher, Valentin Montmollin, Thierry Marro, Victor Decamp, Pietro Dionisio, Greg Thaman, Jerome Laffely, Kolja Smailus, Oscar Morandi, Francesco Berta, Ugo Marras


Ombongo Nambari


Ombongo Nambari are passionate about sound, rhythm, harmony and word. For several years now, they have thoroughly played and re-imagined early reggae classics from Jamaica. A unique style - tight and ready - they are coming to do their own reggae-rocksteady.

Andrew Mansell - Drums, Backing Vocals
JayP Coll - Guitar, Vocals
Jordanne McBride - Keyboards
Kaspar Hensel - Trumpet, Backing Vocals
Kevin Sowney - live Dub-Effects
Kevin McLaughlin - Guitar, Vocals
Robert Fairbairn - Bass


Los Billtones


Sweet Rocksteady and Early Reggae Music from Wetzikon, Zürich

Jan Looser: Vocal/Guitar
Nicolas Reinhardt: Vocal/Keys
Paul Märki: Bass
Linus Sax: Drums
Andreas Leuppi: Trombone
Fabio Zoppelli: French Horn
Roland Spalinger: Trumpet




Inspired by a deep sister connection, Balaclava is a fresh collective, combining upbeat rhythms and melodies with harmonic singing.
Whether on the street or on the stage, you are invited to let go and be uplifted by the muuuuuusic.

Dani Foster – Vocals, Guitar, Percussion
Charissa Foster – Vocals, Guitar, Ukule, Percussion, Flute
Loreen Haesler – Bass
Raphael Fuchs – Drums, Percussion
Roberto Bilic – Percussion, Flute


The Omedas


The omedas draw their inspirations and identity from outer space and the deserts of the northern west. With this provenience they form a music which is a truly unique blend of northern american folk music, swing, gipsy, latin and neo-folk. World rhythms drive the energetic original music where east meets west fiddle wizardry and soulful storytelling lead the way. Their captivating live performances bring the audience along for a wild journey around the planet and beyond.

Andrea Burggraf : Guitarra / Voz
Max Q Santander : Violin
Juan Sineriz : Bajo
Christian Szabo : Bateria


The Rich Man's Kitchen Orchestra


Various rumours try to explain how this extraordinary band from Switzerland came to play Calypso music and blend it with Swing and Blues. The Rich Man's Kitchen Orchestra however plays it in the most danceable fashion. Their appearances have the potential to make you believe in some of these rumours.

Lukas Keller – Doublebass
Leonie Herlach – Drums
Silvan Knecht – Percussion, Backing Vocals
Trix Meier – Tuba, Vocals
Reto Amman – Guitar, Banjo
Benjamin Kobi – Piano, Vocals
Thierry Kuster– Saxophone, Flute
Kaspar Hensel – Trumpet, Vocals
Caleb Trott – Saxophone, Clarinet


Chris Dubflow & the Horns of Zion


Chris Dubflow & the Horns of Zion; „Live Dub“ with a strong Horn section!
Live performance with a 16 channel mixdesk, mpc 1000 and a lots of peripher effects. (The very classical way of Dub mixing). Based on Stepper Dub, Deep Dub with a pinch of Electro Dub. Thight Dub beats and deep basslines guaranteed. Upfull riddims and nice echos take you deep down while the Horns of Zion will blow you to the highest region. With the mixes, vocalphrases and the melodica-plays everything is complete. You`ll get the whole scenery!

Chris Dubflow – Mastermind, Mixing, Vocal, Melodica
Dominique Trolliet – Trumpet
Puk Neuenschwander – Saxophon
Josephine Nagorsnik - Tromphone




Our DJ of choice Chichadelica from Zurich intoxicates the senses with Chicha and groovy psychodelic Cumbia from the depths of the jungle and invites you to dance.


Teeth 'n' Tongue Jam


European Roots Reggae/Lovers Rock mixed with Afro Reggae, Ska, Rock, Drum’n’Bass, Dub and traditional Balkan Music elements: Let's dance! Charismatic voice and honest lyrics touch both heart and soul.

Lasha Rukhadze – Vocals, Guitar
Frederik Rechsteiner – Drums
Daniel Y Meyer – Saxophon
Nathan Solothurnmann– Keyboards
Roberto Bilic – Bass
William Pendleton – Guitar
Nikos Chatzakis – Mix/DUB


Aya Calko


Aya Calko is a meiosis. Six musicians riding on dark odd rhythms and fractally flowershaped melodies. Some might say it’s psychedelic Balkan, but then, one night, A Y A decided to sneak out of the drawer they had tried to lock her up inside.
Free to roam, she is now tripping through the musical hoods. Whistling and humming she weaves explorative sound carpets in the light of a Rad moon.

Reto Amman: Oud, Accordion
Robert Bilic: Synth Guitar
Thierry Kuster: Tenor Saxophone, Flute
Arian De Raeymaecker: Electric Euitar
Loreen Haesler: Electric Bass
Andrej Ruesch : Drums




Eclectic fusion of traditional sephardic and mediterranean music with contemporary electronic flavoured music (dub,electro, trance...)
Haver is currently based in Zagreb, but we come from three different cities: Zagreb (Cro), Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

Vladimir Mićković (BIH) – Vocals
Jadranko Kereković (BIH) – Guitar, Synth, Programming
Niko Radas (HR) – Drums


Service Fun


Tropicadelic Rock (Psychedelic Rock from the Tropics).
Service Fun from western switzerland produce a energetic style chaos from krautrock to afrobeat, full of surprises, energy, weirdness and - fun. Don't miss their merch, it's phantastic.

Marc Méan: synth & vocals (Zürich)
Luca Manco: electric guitar & vocals (Vevey)
Laurent Méteau: electric bass & vocals (Zürich)
Gabriel Goumaz: drums & vocals (Vevey)