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 October 26, the Drugstore club hosts Tijana T who will be “all nighter”.
With three Boiler Room appearances and a passport full of stamps, it is no secret that Tijana T is Serbia’s most diligent DJ and a great ambassador of Belgrade’s nightlife on planet E. She has shared the stage with the likes of Helena Hauff, Xosar, her Dystopian bro Rødhåd and many more on her adventures. Gary Martin, Dr. Rubinstein, Young Marco, Actress, The Black Madonna, Vakula and a full chest of pure gold performers had their Serbian debuts thanks to Tijana. Her eclectic selections vary from venue to venue so we’ve heard her play pretty much everything from pop, rock, to raw ass electro, house, trance and techno. Panorama bar saw her drop Whitney. Ibiza is also in her pocket. Almost every credible festival on the globe también. Another Drugstore all nighter is ahead of the red one.
TICKETS Eventim https://bit.ly/2E2wcA2
at the entrance 500 RSD
On the other side of the river, boat 20/44 is throwing another cool party featuring Jonny Rock from Disco Hamam & Ali Güney + Nikola Vemić from Belgrade-based Beyond House collective.
Jonny Rock a familiar face on the London house and disco scenes is recognized by many for working behind the counter at Phonica Records & Blackmarket Records during the 00’s and as the dude for playing the guitar in Luke Solomon’s ‘Freaks’ project. Rock, with releases on Make Love in Public Spaces, Return of the Oldschool rider, Cabin Fever, Wolf + Lamb Black, Foot & Mouth, Disco 45, Playhouse & Music for Freaks under his belt, skilfully joins the dots between the old school Chicago house, underground disco and boogie vibes in a party setting.
Added to this, Turkish Cosmic Rock dug out in the backstreets of Istanbul and Izmir. In his al- ternative sets, you can hear that Jonny Rock’s influence by the mystical & hypnotic melodies of the Orient and the easy pace of Turkish psychedelic funk.
Local Support Ali Güney + Nikola Vemic
Tickets: 400 / 600 RSD ( 5€ )
On October 27, Culture Centre grad is hosting one great live act-Kezz in combination with Trifun. After the live performance attendances will enjoy in DJ sets. Ticket: 300 RSD. FB event.
On October 28 (Sunday) drop by Przionica coffee shop (Dobracina 59B) until 5 pm to catch some music and drink coffee with a local crew.
On Monday don’t forget to visit Deli Monday event in KC Grad that starts at 7 pm. Here you will have an opportunity to try some Moroccan dishes for 200 RSD.
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.