Tag: Concert

Farzad G at Silverlake Lounge, February 22

Farzad G will perform songs from his latest Progressive Metal release, album “Eight” in a solo performance at Silverlake Lounge.

Display the flyer below on your phone or as Print at the door to get $10 discount tickets (normally $15) for this event by Surge Event!

  • 21 AND OVER
  • $10 with discount ticket / $15 without
  • February 22nd, 2019
  • 11:00PM to 11:30PM
  • 2906 Sunset BLVD, Los Angeles, CA 90026

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Farzad Golpayegani’s band Live at “the Mint” Los Angeles

Farzad-band-MintFarzad Golpayegani’s band performs at “the Mint” in Los Angeles, CA on March 1st 2013.

This is a one-night only concert before Farzad and his band play live at the 2013 South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin TX. Get tickets online at the Mint’s website or Levantine Cultural Center’s website.

The concert at the Mint will feature eastern tunes on electric and acoustic guitars and bass, violin, and a mix of Persian and classical music with metal. The vibe is progressive feel-good rock. This is one in a new monthly series of Middle East rock/jazz/fusion concerts presented by the Levantine Cultural Center and the Mint—the Middle East Rocks.

An art exhibit of Farzad Golpayegani’s work and after party take place next door at the Levantine Cultural Center, 9:30-11:30 pm, 5998 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles CA 90035.

Farzad Golpayegani: Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Violin
Ali Sanaei: Bass Guitar, Fretless Acoustic Bass, Acoustic Guitar
Rameel Nissan: Drums, Percussion, Acoustic Guitar

$12 in advance
$15 at the door

For event on facebook please click here.

Fusion Concert

f-graphic_6th-posterFarzad Golpayegani’s band in their Fusion concert including Exhibition of Farzad’s Paintings

Farzad Golpayegani’s band performed in their fusion concert. This event was held in January 2007 at Avini’s Hall in Honarhaye Ziba School (School of fine arts)/Tehran University. Since the genre of this concert was Fusion, eastern Percussions was played instead of Drums. It was something like an Iranian Rock Unplugged..

Video Arts that consist of Farzad’s paintings was playing during the performance too.

In addition some collections of Farzad’s paintings was demonstrated as an Art Exhibition at the same time. This exhibition included over 50 paintings.

Band line up for this concert:

  • Farzad Golpayegani: Electric & Acoustic Guitars
  • Naeim Meschian: Bass Guitar
  • Vahid Sabet Ghadam: Daf, Tabla
  • Soheil Danesh Eshraghi: Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
  • Arash Jafari: Koozeh

Guest Player:

  • Edward Wastnidge: Darbuka

For view some pictures of performance check Band Photos


5th-C_07Farzad held a gig in “IRANIAN INTERGALACTIC MUSIC FESTIVAL” performing at October 2006 in Zaandam (The Netherlands).

Festival’s website:


Due to some problems Farzad couldn’t go with his band and he playbacked the songs (instead of guitar parts that he played) with video clips that had been made by his paintings, and he played on it. it was a concert with a different visual performance. Some tracks from Albums “One”, “Two” and “Three” was playing in that gig. For view some pics from that concert checkBand Photos page.

5th-C_08There were 12 Iranian bands and musicians from Iran and Europe with various styles in that Festival. Goal of festival was make progress for new Iranian music styles instead of current commercial styles.

More information about this festival at:



Farzad Golpayegani’s Band concerts (2003-04)

Farzad Golpayegani’s Band concerts (2003-04) :

  • 4 June 2003 , Tehran , Farabi Hall
  • 4 January 2003 , Tehran , Farabi Hall
  • 4 January 2003 , Tehran , Farabi Hall (welfare concert for Bam earthquake with “Barad” , “Sarakhs” and “Babak Riahipour”)
  • 4 September 2004 , Tehran , Farabi Hall

Farzad Golpayegani’s Band were :

  • Farzad Golpayegani : 7th strings Electric Guitar & Acoustic Guitar
  • Behrang Bashash : Bass Guitar
  • Mahyar Vosoughi : Electric Guitar , Keyboard
  • Mahyar Pour Hesabi : Drums
  • Reza Shafeghati : Setar
  • Amir Djadid-Al-Eslam : Tombak , Daf

to see photos of concerts click here.