When: Fri., June 3, 8 p.m. 2016
Gogol Bordello, the stage persona of actor and musician Eugene Hütz, is the type of guy you’d hope to run into at a hostel or debaucherous foreign party and pray to never see in the daylight. Now a festival favorite, Hütz took the gypsy-punk name from Ukrainian novelist Nikolai Gogol and the Italian word for a brothel, representing the band’s cross-cultural mashup of high and low. Almost 20 years into the project, Hütz and his world-is-flat party band have been featured at the Tate Modern in London, the Whitney in New York and countless flophouse bashes. With Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls.