Let’s take a minute to look into the Belgrade electronic music scene.
Belgrade is considered to be one of the places with the most versatile nightlife scene you can imagine. Ranging from Balkan traditional music to hard core minimal events, this city seems to have it all covered. During the past 10 years, Belgrade has developed one of the most vibrant electronic music scenes in the world. Here, every type of electronic music has a sizable crowd ready to set loose, and a crowd that knows what’s hot and what’s not.
One of the newest additions to this already plentiful scene is ANKER. ANKER is opening it’s doors on the 12th, 13th and 14th of October to the eager music loving crowd. They are doing things right and seem to be set on giving some serious substance to their tag line: Electronic Soundscape.
The opening weekend in ANKER will feature Marko Milosavljević, Boža Podunavac and Dušan Kačarević. All of them are all highly respected as some of the most prominent and well established figures in the electronic music scene not just in Belgrade but in the Balkan region.
Joining them for the launch, ANKER has booked Russian techno-house queen Helga. The opening lineup clearly shows what ANKER is all about – focusing on both the well established local scene while booking foreign DJs to sweeten it’s offer.
One other quite distinguishable thing about this new space is that it will be open every night of the week. This is a true rarity, even for a city like Belgrade, where this will be the only venue of it’s sort open daily.
The club is working from Sunday to Wednesday from 9 pm to 5 am and opening it’s doors Thursday trough Saturday from 9 pm to 6 am.
We are sure to be seeing some very interesting names in this club’s calendar for the months to come. That’s why we suggest to keep an eye open on ANKER and if you have the chance feel free to check it out!
Address: 26 Terazije square, 11000 Belgrade