Aerodrome festival 2018, which will take place at the airport in Panensky Tynec (Czech Republic), from June 28th to 30th, have complete line-up. Skindred, Being As An Ocean, Tommy Cash and Glass Animals are the last additions in program of this three days long, multi-genre party.


Welsh band Skindred, centered around the unmistakable figure (and sound) of Benji Webbe, has amazed Czech audiences several times with their unique mix of rock, punk, metal, and reggae. They puts on an extremely energetic show and whoever has seen them once, must see them again! To Aerodrome festival they will be arriving with their new seventh studio record Big Tings.

Californian quartet Being As An Ocean became most well-known for their explosive concerts, whose energy has wowed Czech audiences on several occasions – they could have been seen at the Mighty Sounds festival, and in the Meet Factory club. They has released four albums in the seven years of its existence, moving along the border between post and melodic hard core.

Eccentric, unpredictable, exciting – these are common attributes used to describe a show by the Estonian rapper, dancer, and conceptual artist, Tommy Cash. Although he has made only one official album entitled Euroz Dollaz Yeniz (2014), he has released next to a dozen singles. He has gained media attention from Highsnobiety, Maxim or NME, his music videos have millions views, and his shows are usually sold out.

The Oxford-based four-member indie-rock outfit Glass Animals, which was dubbed an international discovery in 2016, has been on the music scene for less than six years. Their debut album Zaba caused quite a commotion, bringing its authors rave reviews and predictions of future massive stardom. The album was produced by Paul Epworth (Adele, Florence & The Machine), who allegedly caught the band at one of their concerts. Second album, How To Be A Human Being, debuted in the UK at 23rd place, in the US at 20th, and at even 11th place in Australia, and moved Glass Animals towards 200 million streams on Spotify, and sold out tours in Britain, Europe and the United States.

Tickets for 2018’s Aerodrome festival are sold at and, priced at 66€ for 1-day tickets and 139€ for a festivalpass. More informations can be found on and/or