Our weekend clubbing guide will take you to the best parties and finest crowds in town. Let’s see what’s going on this weekend in Belgrade.
On Friday, the 15th of April Drugstore is hosting the Spring rave party which will feature many local DJs on two stages. Line up: VHS SEX TAPES, OGNJEM, Dusan Lilic, Dusan Jankovic, Kaen, Hetem, Mangulica FM Live
and Stevie Whisper. Tickets: 300 RSD. While in Villa on Dedinje Double Trouble party is happening in duration of two days together with after party in the KPTM club. More than 11 DJs will be playing and a special guest is expected. Tickets are available at the door of the house for the price of 400 RSD.
In the brand new clubbing district, in Cetinjska St club Kenozoik is hosting Philipe P and Manjane on the main stage. RESONATE festival has already began so you can check out their parties this week additionally. Tonight, party will be organised in DEPO magacin and it will feature Jan Nemacek, Squarepusher and Mystic Styles. While in KC Grad check out Midnight Orient Caffee No.5 .
Music connection organisation presents a global female DJ stars Heidi and Kim Ann Foxman supported by the locals Tijana T and Kristijan Molnar on Saturday, the 16th of April at DEPO warehouse. Just around the corner at KC Grad Block party is taking place. Beats Ritual organization presents Block Party Belgrade, new serial of documentary events that will take place in different areas, streets, cafes, clubs where all the members of the community gather entirely, with no boundaries of territory, to unite and celebrate urban life. During daytime, with mellow sets from various beatmakers recorded and filmed in a tropical habitat, since we already feel the spring. Join us as locals in these urban episodes! Beats Ritualist are Phillie P, Koprivica, Kris and Aldes. Ticket: 200 RSD
While on Dorcol, the Tube is hosting Resonate party with Dadub, Peter Van Hoesen and Regen. If you would like to warm up before going clubbing. Štab is the only place in town where you can listen to music of the 80s and the 90s, drink a variety of cocktails and enjoy a delightful atmosphere full of well turned out people.
On Sunday drop by Przionica caffe, that stands next to Radionica. You can have some coffee or a beer and listen to some cool electronic music during the day.
Have a nice night out!
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.