Motorhead’s Lemmy is Getting a Statue at Zagreb’s Unofficial R’n’R Museum

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Museum, as people like to call the huge terrace of Beertija bar, is getting another famous resident on Saturday, October 8th. Lemmy Kilmister, the recently passed iconic frontman of Motorhead will have his statue placed at the terrace, followed by a big Motorhead party.

Since its opening a few years back, Beertija has gradually built its r’n’r museum, now holding statues and art installations of some of the most important musicians of the 20th century. Lemmy will join the likes of Joe Strummer, John Lennon, the Ramones, Nick Cave, Amy Winehouse, Iggy Pop, David Bowie, Jack White, the queens of rock (Debbie Harry, Patty Smith and Skin) and Bands of the Decade art installation featuring ten prominent bands of the 21st century.

Lemmy’s sculpture was created by a local sculptor Ivan Duraković and will be revealed at 8pm on Saturday at Beertija bar, Pavla Hatza street 14.