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Antytila staged a nearly three-hour solo show at the Palace of Sports in Kyiv: the band announced a new charity fundraiser

New fundraiser for FPV drones and boats for the DIU announced

On February 14, Antytila staged a live show at the Palace of Sports in Kyiv, which was the final chord of the band's worldwide charity tour, during which the band raised $640,000 to purchase 10,000 high-quality military first aid kits for the needs of the Defense Forces.

Antytila staged a nearly three-hour solo show at the Palace of Sports in Kyiv: the band announced a new charity fundraiser

Compared to foreign concerts, the Kyiv music program was significantly expanded, and the show was enriched with new technical solutions. The trident-shaped stage visualized the main leitmotif of the concert. The live show turned out to be sincerely emotional and driving because Antytila frankly missed performing in their hometown, where they hadn't had a concert for 5 years. In addition, the Valentine's Day, which thousands of spectators spent with Antytila, added a romantic flavor.

Antytila staged a nearly three-hour solo show at the Palace of Sports in Kyiv: the band announced a new charity fundraiser

"Through songs, we tried to unite people in the feeling of love on both personal and universal levels. On the personal level, it's about love for the dearest people, and we have a lot of such songs. And on the universal level, it's about our love for our common and united Motherland. We wanted the two of them to become one here. Our songs contribute to this, and we are pleased that we gave people real live emotions that manifested themselves in hugs, kisses, tears, words of hatred for the enemy and a desire to fight for their freedom. In the end, everyone felt better for at least a few hours," Taras Topolia, frontman of Antytila, said.

Antytila staged a nearly three-hour solo show at the Palace of Sports in Kyiv: the band announced a new charity fundraiser

This evening, MLNL's album was performed live for the first time. It was the album that Antytila presented on the second day of the full-scale war right from the underground parking lot where the 130th Battalion of the Territorial Deffense, in which the musicians serve, was based. Of course, they also played such hits as Fortetsia Bakhmut (Fortress Bakhmut), 2 Step, Lovy Moment (Seize the Moment), TDME, Liudy Yak Korabli (People Like Ships), Kino (Cinema) and Buduvudu.

Antytila staged a nearly three-hour solo show at the Palace of Sports in Kyiv: the band announced a new charity fundraiser

There was a long-awaited exclusive for the guests of the concert at the Palace of Sports: the premiere of the song and video Ty Same Ta (You're the One). This song was born out of the emotional states that the musicians of the Antytila band went through, it is a dedication not only to their loved ones but also to the country, which for us is not just a home but a place where the future lives, where there is children's laughter, where family and friends hold the sky for each other. "You're the One" is about the one who is loved, appreciated, fought for and ready to give the most valuable thing: life. This is a beloved woman, a mother, a child and, of course, our native Ukraine. This is our story today. The story of millions of Ukrainian families.

Antytila staged a nearly three-hour solo show at the Palace of Sports in Kyiv: the band announced a new charity fundraiser

The concert audience was also the first to hear the Ukrainian version of the band's old hit Smotri V Menya (Look Through Me), which was inspired by Marichka Padalko. An important component of each of the band's concerts is a charitable purpose. Part of the proceeds from the tickets and merchandise sold at the Palace of Sports will be used to support the children of the fallen comrades of the 130th Battalion, Antytila's home battalion. Moreover, the Antytila Charitable Foundation, together with all supporters, partners and responsible businesses that share the team's values, has also launched a new fundraiser for FPV drones and boats for the DIU. The results will be published on the team's official pages.

Antytila staged a nearly three-hour solo show at the Palace of Sports in Kyiv: the band announced a new charity fundraiser

"Antytila would like to thank everyone who bought a ticket to our live show, purchased merchandise, participated in charity events, or simply donated. Everyone's contribution is important. Let's move on, meet on TV and radio, in social networks and, if possible, live."

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