The programme of the Kino Šiška centre for urban culture regularly features big names in indie rock, hip hop, metal, electronic music, contemporary jazz, and other urban genres. Boasting one of the best and most well-equipped concert and theatre halls in Ljubljana, it also hosts several renowned music festivals, including Druga godba, as well as contemporary performing arts events.
The centre's café is open throughout the day and late into the night daily, including non-event days. Occasional club events are held in the entrance hall. Visitors can also hang out in Kiosk, the centre's reading room and shop selling art magazines, books, and comic books and hosting exhibitions by young artists. Free internet access is available.
The Box Office is open on weekdays from 15:00 to 20:00 and one hour before events.
Café Kino Šiška is open daily from 8:00 to 23:00 during the winter season (1 Oct – 31 May) and from 8:00 to 24:00 in the summer season (1 Jun – 30 Sep). On event days it stays open until 2:00.
Kiosk is open on weekdays from 15:00 to 20:00 or later on event days.
Events 4 / 6
Val 202 radio and the show Izštekani (“Unplugged”) will once again mark the end of the year with their traditional manifestation Izštekanih 10, this year titled Sounds of Slovenia. On 6th December at 8PM, Kino Šiška will host over twenty top Slovenian musicians and just as many prominent Slovenian vocal soloists.
The first band Possesed is one of the first death metal bands in the world, the second is Austrian Belphegor, which the fans describe as an excellent and a particulary "evil" band, which does not compromise their music.
One of the most influential British artists of the last two decades, Tom Jenkinson aka Squarepusher has pushed electronic music to its limits. His new band, Shobaleader One, will bring Squarepusher classics to Ljubljana for the first time in a full-bodied live concert experience, performed by a group of four...
Kino Šiška - Centre for Urban Culture
Old-school British heavy metal spectacle at Kino Šiška! The headliners of December’s festive event need no special introduction. Saxon are returning to to the big stages with new album Battering Ram in tow. They will be accompanied by none other than Lemmy‘s right-hand-man Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons.