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Madrugada Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Live Photos of Madrugada

Madrugada at Montijo, Portugal in Frente Ribeirinha do Montijo 2023
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Fan Reviews

Robert
December 28th 2023
The songs were great and I also caught siverts guitar feather
Iași, Romania@
The Secret
September 7th 2023
The show was great, but too many tickets were sold for this hall, which was unpleasantly crowded.
Berlin, Germany@
Columbiahalle
Mario
September 3rd 2023
Fantastic concert, incredible band that should be a lot more famous
Hamburg, Germany@
Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Großer Saal
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About Madrugada

Bursting out of the vital rock scene in 90s Norway, it was clear from the get-go that Madrugada was one of a kind. Their debut album, Industrial Silence (1999) possessed a fierce intensity in their soulful, melancholic music that struck a deep, blue note with audience and critics alike. Timeless, raw and heartfelt – powerhouse front man Sivert Høyem’s mesmerizing baritone; Frode Jacobsen’s sturdy bass playing and Jon Lauvland Pettersen inventive drumming stuck out as something both completely original and classical. And of course, there was Robert. Robert Burås, the larger-than-life guitarist, all wild curly hair and cheeky smiles, who sadly passed away in 2007. Life as a hard-working rock band at the turn of the millennium took its toll though. Drummer Lauvland Pettersen quit the band after the second album The Nightly Disease (2001), as Madrugada trudged on to release albums such as Grit (2002) and majestic The Deep End (2005). The self-titled Madrugada (2008), brimming with anger and loss, came to be their last. However, songs like Majesty, The Kids Are On High Street and, especially, Lift Me (a duet with Ane Brun) secured the band an eternal life in the Norwegian songbooks. Two announced concerts in their adopted hometown of Oslo in February 2019 sold out in short time, and a European tour shortly after will see the band reunite with their faithful fans across the continent, 20 years after the debut. It might get loud. And emotional.
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Genres:
Rock
Band Members:
Live guitar: Alex Kloster-Jensen (2008), Vocals: Sivert Høyem, Drums: Jon Lauvland Pettersen, Bass: Frode Jacobsen, Drums: Erland Dahlen (2005-2008), Live guitar: Cato Salsa (2008), Drums: Simen Vangen (2002–2005), Guitar: Robert S. Burås (1995–†2007)

No upcoming shows
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Request a Show

Live Photos of Madrugada

Madrugada at Montijo, Portugal in Frente Ribeirinha do Montijo 2023
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Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Robert
December 28th 2023
The songs were great and I also caught siverts guitar feather
Iași, Romania@
The Secret
September 7th 2023
The show was great, but too many tickets were sold for this hall, which was unpleasantly crowded.
Berlin, Germany@
Columbiahalle
Mario
September 3rd 2023
Fantastic concert, incredible band that should be a lot more famous
Hamburg, Germany@
Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Großer Saal
View More Fan Reviews

About Madrugada

Bursting out of the vital rock scene in 90s Norway, it was clear from the get-go that Madrugada was one of a kind. Their debut album, Industrial Silence (1999) possessed a fierce intensity in their soulful, melancholic music that struck a deep, blue note with audience and critics alike. Timeless, raw and heartfelt – powerhouse front man Sivert Høyem’s mesmerizing baritone; Frode Jacobsen’s sturdy bass playing and Jon Lauvland Pettersen inventive drumming stuck out as something both completely original and classical. And of course, there was Robert. Robert Burås, the larger-than-life guitarist, all wild curly hair and cheeky smiles, who sadly passed away in 2007. Life as a hard-working rock band at the turn of the millennium took its toll though. Drummer Lauvland Pettersen quit the band after the second album The Nightly Disease (2001), as Madrugada trudged on to release albums such as Grit (2002) and majestic The Deep End (2005). The self-titled Madrugada (2008), brimming with anger and loss, came to be their last. However, songs like Majesty, The Kids Are On High Street and, especially, Lift Me (a duet with Ane Brun) secured the band an eternal life in the Norwegian songbooks. Two announced concerts in their adopted hometown of Oslo in February 2019 sold out in short time, and a European tour shortly after will see the band reunite with their faithful fans across the continent, 20 years after the debut. It might get loud. And emotional.
Show More
Genres:
Rock
Band Members:
Live guitar: Alex Kloster-Jensen (2008), Vocals: Sivert Høyem, Drums: Jon Lauvland Pettersen, Bass: Frode Jacobsen, Drums: Erland Dahlen (2005-2008), Live guitar: Cato Salsa (2008), Drums: Simen Vangen (2002–2005), Guitar: Robert S. Burås (1995–†2007)

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