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Gogol Bordello Announces Casa Gogol Fall U.S. Tour With Puzzled Panther And Crazy & The Brains

Launches First Official Fan Site Wonderlust Kingdom with Exclusive Access And Presale

“The gypsy punk band brings their high-energy live show to a new level…

will have you dancing and singing along.” - Rolling Stone


“Richly inventive rock continues to make good on the immigrant dreams of that youngster, 

with strains of his Roma heritage rubbing up against reggae rhythms 

and high-speed New York raucousness.” - The New Yorker


Tuesday, April 30 - Today, international punk band Gogol Bordello announces their Casa Gogol Fall U.S. Tour with special guests Puzzled Panther and Crazy & The Brains. Tickets are on sale to the public this Friday, May 3 with members only presale on new fansite beginning Wednesday, May 1Tour dates here.

Alongside the announcement, Gogol Bordello is launching their first official fan site Wonderlust Kingdom, an online community where fans can connect and have access to cool perks and access for $10 a month. With sign up, fans will receive an exclusive Wonderlust Kingdom t-shirt, early ticket sale access, early entry to shows, live chats with Gogol Bordello and fans, unheard demos, live recordings and collaborations from the archives as well as unreleased Gogol Bordello video footage.

Wonderlust Kingdom presale for the upcoming Casa Gogol Fall U.S. Tour will begin on Wednesday, May 1 with a members only code upon signup, available now. The first live event on the site will kick off with Q&A from frontman Eugene Hütz on Tuesday, April 30 at 6:00pm ET. Bring your questions and post them in the chat!





Wanderlust Kingdom Member Presale: Wednesday, May 1

Local Presale: Thursday, May 2

Public On Sale: Friday, May 3



8/30 Birmingham, AB - Iron City*

8/31 Cookeville, TN - Muddy Roots

9/1 Asheville, NC - The Orange Peel*

9/2 Charleston, SC - Music Farm*

9/4 Virginia Beach, VA - Elevation 27*

9/6 Charlottesville, VA - Jefferson Theater*

9/7 Wilmington, DE - The Queen*

9/8 Harrisburg, PA - XL Live*

9/10 Albany, NY - Empire Live*

9/11 Huntington, NY - The Paramount*

9/13 New Haven, CT - Toad’s Place*

9/14 Providence. RI - The Strand Ballroom & Theatre*

9/15 Asbury Park, NJ - Sea.Hear.Now Festival

More upcoming U.S. and Europe tour dates HERE

*w/ Puzzled Panther and Crazy & The Brains


Gogol Bordello: Leo Mintek, Gil Alexandre, Eugene Hütz, Erica Mencini, Korey Kingston, Pedro Erazo

and Sergey Ryabtsev


True to its inception story, Casa Gogol first began as a touring series curated by Hütz, focusing on bringing like-minded artists on the road with Gogol Bordello. These uncompromisingly innovative musicians have included A Tribe Called Red (now The Halluci Nation), Mariachi El Bronx, Man Man and recently Amigo the Devil amongst countless others. Now Hütz’s imprint, Casa Gogol Records(Rolling Stone) has released an electric debut EP Puzzled Panther and powerful Gogol Bordello collaboration cover of Angelic Upstarts’ “Solidarity” with Bernard Sumner (Joy Division and New Order). Listen to Bernard Sumner’s “Right To Freedom” Mix and Gogol Bordello’s “Unity” Mix. This tribute to the punk and anti-Soviet movement will benefit injured Ukrainian soldiers through Kind Deeds, and stand in solidarity with oppressed groups worldwide. Other 2024 releases on Casa Gogol Records will include hypnotic singer-songwriter Grace Bergere, Jesus Christoph of Crazy & The Brains, Brooklyn art dance punk band Mary Shelley and beyond.

In support of Hütz’ home country of Ukraine, Gogol Bordello continues to release benefit songs like the recent “United Strike Back” to raise funds and support for Ukrainian soldiers. The track features Tre Cool (Green Day), Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys), Joe Lally (Fugazi, The Messthetics), Roger Miret (Agnostic Front), Monte Pittman (Ministry), Sasha (Kazka) & Puzzled Panther.

In June 2023, Vice documentary Scream of My Blood: A Gogol Bordello Story(Executive Producer Liev Schreiber) premiered at Tribeca Film Festival, leaving with a Special Jury Mention for Best New Documentary Director Award and praise like “Hütz’s story is fascinating and triumphant. Scream of My Blood’ remains essential.” (Variety). The film has also been shown at the Warsaw Film Festival (Audience Award for Documentary Feature), Centre Film Festival (Audience Award), SXSW Sydney, In-Edit International Music Documentary Film Festival and more as it continues to screen around the globe including a stop at The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C on May 5.



Since 1999, International punk band Gogol Bordello, led by Ukrainian frontman Eugene Hütz, has been filling up rooms with an energy that could run a whole city. Their latest album Solidaritine is no exception, going back to their hardcore roots. A lifelong lover of the punk scene growing up in Ukraine, Hütz finally found himself where he felt he belonged, in New York’s Lower East Side in the late 90s, where he went to shows and later performed at the legendary CBGB. Crashing at friends’ apartments and playing acoustic sets in NYC Ukrainian bars, his group steadily grew to an 8 piece multicultural band, combining Eastern, Western and Latin traditions. Since then the band has lit up stages around the world alongside System of a Down, Primus, Rancid, Dropkick Murphys, dueted with Regina Spektor, and cut albums with legends Rick Rubin and Steve Albini.

Russia's war in Ukraine is personal for Eugene & the band, who have been tirelessly advocating for Ukrainian solidarity, partnering with Nova Ukraine, ArtDopomoga, and putting together benefits with Patti Smith, The Hold Steady, Suzanne Vega, Magnetic Fields, Matisyahu and more. Hütz has also appeared in arthouse films such as Liev Schreiber’s Everything Is Illuminated with Elijah Wood, Filth and Wisdom helmed by Madonna and Vice documentary Scream of My Blood: A Gogol Bordello Story (Executive Producer Liev Schreiber).



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