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Tautumeitas tour with album "Skrejceļš" in November

Ethno music group Tautumeitas after a successful concert at the end of the summer in the port of Skulte announced the autumn concert tour of the latest album "Skrejceļš" (eng. - "Runway). 

Upcoming concerts in November : Riga - 20.11., Jelgava - 24.11., Ādaži - 25.11., Cēsis - 26.11. Tickets to tour concerts here.

Remembering the big summer concert Laura Līcīte says:

"Skrejceļš" concert program has a lot in common with adventurous summer. Both, summer and album, are characterized by saturation of emotions, movement, passion and colours. And just as you cannot catch summer through the eye of a camera, you can also fall in love with "Tautumeitas" and our music only if you are really there. Fortunately for us and you - "Tautumeitas" will bring the spring with a concert tour around beloved Latvia."

Highlights from the concert at Skultes port: 

Album "Skrejceļš" was released in April this year. It was created together with the band's music producer Reinis Sējāns and Swedish producer Povel Olsson. The album contains 14 songs, including such songs as "Muoseņa", "Guli guli", "Panama" and "Mežā". 

Tautumeitas is an Ethno music girl group from Latvia consisting of six singers Asnate, Aurelija, Laura L, Ilona, Laura V and Gabriela. Girls use melodies and lyrics of Latvian folk songs, create powerful harmonies and fuse them with modern beats and production spreading magical vibes all over the world. Girls are also creative with their visual look - their costumes and crowns represent, how close the 'traditional' and 'futuristic' actually are.