Steve Vai has been present on stage for over 40 years. During his solo career, he has proved an outstanding instrumentalist and made a huge contribution to the development of guitar music. He has collaborated, among others, with Joe Satriani, Ozzy Osbourne, David Lee Roth and John Lydon. His playing style is heavily inspired by such guitar giants as Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Brian May or Ritchie Blackmore.
‘I am happy that Steve will play with us again. His previous performance in 2014 was a memorable experience for many guitar lovers and is a brilliant showcase for our Guitar Records,’ says Leszek Cichoński, the originator of the event.
Steve Vai will play in Wroclaw during the 21st edition of the biggest guitar event to help set a new Guitar World Record – 7,677 guitars and other string instruments playing together will be needed to break the record this year.
For many years, Wroclaw attempts at breaking the guitar world record have been accompanied by concerts of stars under the 3-Majówka Festival.
This year the festival will start on 30th April and last till 2nd May. The following artists have confirmed their participation:
- Finnish band Lordi,
- English band New Model Army,
- Hungarian celtic punk band Paddy And The Rats,
- famous jazz trio Możdżer/ Danielsson/ Fresco,
- Nocny Kochanek,
- Kasia Kowalska,
- Strachy Na Lachy,
- Fisz Emade Tworzywo,
- Kapela Ze Wsi Warszawa,
- Natalia Przybysz.
- On 1st May, Steve Vai will play a full concert in the Centennial Hall as a part of the 3-Majówka Festival 2023.