Parni Valjak was founded in 1975 and is a Croatian and former Yugoslav rock band. They were one of the top acts of the former Yugoslav Rock scene, and currently one of the top rock-and-roll bands in Croatia. They have been followed by many loyal fans and have released 16 studio and 5 live albums, and 8 compilations releases.
In December 2005 they celebrated their 30th birthday and at the same time they made a farewell tour with gigs in Croatia and Slovenia. Their last performance in 2005 was at New Year’s Eve in Ban Jelačić Square in Zagreb, 4 years later they did a reunion tour in Croatia.
Due to the popularity of Parni Valjak and demand from their loyal fans they decided to do add 2 more concerts in the Belgrade Arena.
The sound system for the Belgrade Arena was the large RCF TT+ High Definition Touring and Theatre and was supplied by three different rental companies: Promologistika from Croatia, BBA Agregati from Montenegro and Track-Copy from Hungary, and all of them brought their TTL55A + TTS56A.
Croatian RCF distributor Oktava realised the project of the Plaza Bar in collaboration with Dacco. It was a perfect match of two companies to do the Plaza Bar installation. Dacco is distributor of exclusive high-end hifi and installations products and Oktava is distributor of Pro Audio equipment.
A total of 40 pcs RCF TTL55A were used. 16 pcs per side (LR) + delay of 2 stacks with 4 pcs each.
8 groups with 3 pcs stacked in each with TTS56A subwoofers placed on the floor with 2.20 meters between them.
Furthermore TTL33A was used as infill on each side with 9 pcs in each stack and also 3 pcs TTL33A were placed in front of the stage. More than 44.000 people saw the 2 great performances.