AFTER A LONG PAUSE LITTLE BIG ANNOUNCE THEIR LIVE RETURN TO BALTIC STATES HERE
LA-BASED PUNK-POP-RAVE BAND FROM SAINT PETERSBURG WILL CELEBRATE THEIR 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY ON OCTOOBER 6
Known for their super-viral iconic music videos, Little Big’s front people Ilya "Ilich" Prusikin and Sonya Tayurskaya are thrilled to bring their spectacular live shows to Baltic States, starting in Tallinn on October 06. Leading up to the tour, they will be celebrating their 10-year anniversary on October 06 in Tallinn, 2023.
The Saint Petersburg born band has an avid worldwide fanbase and is known for their collaborations with international artists such as Oliver Tree, Tommy Cash, Finch Asozial, Dillon Francis, Clean Bandit and Sacha Baron Cohen.
Their music videos count over 3 billion views and “Skibidi” became their most popular video with more than 667 million views. Their single “UNO” is also a record breaker — it became the most viewed video in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest with an impressive 266 million views.
Last year, on March 3rd, 2022, Little Big packed up their bags and left their Moscow homes and moved to Los Angeles. All because of their moral conviction and position against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Top music videos: Little Big “SKIBIDI” (672M) Little Big “FARADENZA” (406M) Little Big “HYPNODANCER” (329M) Little Big “UNO” (266M) Little Big “I’M OK”(214M) Oliver Tree & Little Big “The Internet” Oliver Tree & Little Big “Turn It Up” feat. Tommy Cash Little Big “Give Me All Your Money” feat. Tommy Cash
Tickets sales stars this Wednesday, see ya at Rave party in Tallinn!
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