After just having celebrated its second birthday, Rijeka shortly awaits another eclectic edition of Six Martinis, an event concept that uniquely combines musical and artistic forms into a distinctive clubbing experience.
As a well-defined project on the Croatian scene, the next edition of Six Martinis will be unveiling a few delightful spring secrets.
Devised as a three day event, consisting of a pop-up exhibition and a massive party followed by an exclusive Extended Play after party, Six Martinis Spring Secrets will be held from 19th until 21st of March in the city of Rijeka.
The opening night, launching the pop-up exhibition PREKLAPANJA (eng. Overlapping), displaying contemporary visual arts from Tifani Rubi, Šumski and Željko Bašković, will be taking place in the H object of the illustrious Rikard Benčić industrial complex.
The central event – Spring Secret Party, is set to take place on Friday, March 20th, in the club Church. For this particular affair, the Six Martinis residents Tikach and Damjan Denona will be accompanied by the famous Croatian music producer and DJ artist Gars, who is familiar to the public as a member of the Escape team, and a resident at the events held under the same name at the notorious Sirup club in Zagreb.
Finally, the select Six Martinis Extended Play limited after party is happening directly after the main event, with di.merkl and Bellen performing. Reservations are required. The location of the venue for the after party still remains unknown as the last spring secret.
The next edition of Six Martinis will be held in May, at the upcoming EMAC Festival in Rijeka, with some of the world’s most established DJs forming up the line-up.
Six Martinis is an initiative which combines musical, visual and performing arts, with the purpose of creating open queer spaces in Rijeka, and an emphasis on all-embracing, non-exclusive and indiscriminate tolerance.
More information on the event can be found here.
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.