Our weekend clubbing guide is bound to take you to the best parties and the finest crowds in town. Let’s see what’s going on this weekend in Belgrade.
On Wednesday (August 22) Johana from Banda Panda collective is throwing a party at the boat 20/44, known as the F Society Club, with an aim to promote women in electronic music. Tonight, you will listen to Aleksandra Duende, Dragana Monosaccharide and Johana. Free entry until midnight, after it costs 300 RSD.
On Thursday (August 23) Kultura organization is hosting Radio Slave also at the boat 20/44.
Follow FB event here.
Radio Slave (Official)
Kultura (Alexandar Ivkovic & Mihajlo)
On Friday (August 24) don’t miss an Apgrade with NovaMute Night with ANNA, Daniel Miller, Bougaïeff & Yasuda ∆
Apgrade party series continues with Annam Daniel Miller, Bougaïeff & Yasuda. Party will take place at Barutana club and will announce Apgrade weekend in September. Follow FB event here.
Tickets: 790 RSD regular and 1190 RSD VIP, through websites and box offices Gigstix.com and Eventim
On the same night you can drop by Drugstore Summer Garden. Chicago-born, Brooklyn-based producer Max Ravitz also known as Patricia, plays at the Drugstore for the first time.
Patricia (Opal Tapes / Spectral Sound, US)
You might know Patricia as a part of Masks, a moniker under which he and Arp released the unforgettable ‘Food Plus Drugs’ album in 2014. Also Pulpo, a project he does with infamous Bookworms, or maybe Patreke of which the other half is a house producer that visited old Drugstore, Tarekke. Other collaborators of our guests include Jahiliyya Fields, Lumigraph and Dssr. His atmospheric sounds, be it techno, electro, ambient, house or uncharted territories have been released on: Opal Tapes, Spectral Sound, L.I.E.S., Russian Torrent Versions, Future Times, Beats In Space Records, Ghostly Intl. On August 24, Patricia brings his Live performance to the Garden.
On Saturday (August 25) you could drop by KC Grad in Brace Krsmanovica St. and listen to the band called Virvel which starts at 9 pm.
Don’t forget that a new raft Kucica is open across Belgrade Fair, where you can also enjoy your Sunday afternoon (from 6 pm) while drinking cocktails and catching sunset. Lasta and Leto floating clubs are situated next to it and they could be a good option as well.
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.