There are a lot of big shows already announced for 2018, with something in every genre. Heavy metal is well-represented as always, with Ozzy Osbourne and Iron Maiden both scheduled to appear at Letňany Airport in separate shows in June. Judas Priest and Scorpions have show outside of Prague. Many long-time acts are coming, with former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr coming with his current All-Starr Band in June. Other 1960s acts headed to Prague include Slade and Joan Baez, while Bob Dylan is stopping by in Brno. Former Pink Floyd member Roger Waters is coming for two days on his Us + Them Tour. Progressive rock band King Crimson is back for two days in June. Heading into acts fromRead more.

The biggest development in the Prague cinema scene in 2017 was the opening of the 18-screen megaplex in the new wing of the Chodov shopping center in October. Cinema City Chodov has 18 screens, including three VIP halls, one 4DX hall and 14 2D and 3D halls, using Barco laser projectors. Three halls have Dolby Atmos surround sound. In total there are 2,635 seats. The Chodov cinema is the 10th and newest currently operating multiplex in Prague. The record for the largest in terms of screens was previously held by Cinestar Anděl, with 14 screens and 2,052 seats. Cinema City Letňany has 2,668 seats, but only 12 screens, with one of its halls seating 475 people. Neither of these twoRead more.