Ten locations across the city will become venues for great programmes from 4 to 13 April. The Canadian Suuns, as part of the initial promotional run for their latest studio album “Felt”, will have the honour of opening the spring edition of the Festival on 4 April at 8:00 pm at the Palach Youth Cultural Centre. We then continue the following day with the 8-hour Trigon Party at the clubs Nemo, Tunel and Život with simultaneous DJ sets by Babilonska, Paloma Yves and Teo Fantazija. The inimitable blues artist Bebè Na Volè will hold a concert performance promoting his latest album “Hate Is a Wonderful Thing” on Saturday, 6 April at 9:00 pm at the Boatel Marina. As part of the festival, the exhibition Observing Music, which will for the first time provide a complete overview of graphic design works closely tied to Distune Promotion's concert programme, will open on 10 April at 7:00 pm at the Student Cultural Centre Gallery. The exhibition is open until 13 April. The cult new wave / avant-pop band Šumski will promote their latest album “Ostrvo ledenog kita” ("Island of the Ice Whale) along with Flip Flop Fatality, a math rock trio from Rijeka on 11 April at 8:00 pm at Club Beertija. As well as the concert, Beertija will also host a panel discussion on the topic of being a music producer. Art kino Croatia will premiere the documentary Studio 54 and on the last day, besides the big record fair at Kružna Street, you will be treated to a blast of frenetic rock by Repetitor, with no-holds-barred support from Punčke at Pogon Kulture, capping off the 6th Impulse Festival. Impulse is organised by Distune Promotion and the University of Rijeka Student Cultural Centre.