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 17th of March night techno cathedral Drugstore hosts Jeroen Search from the Netherlands. Jeroen Search simultaneously is one of techno’s most influential producers and well-kept public secrets. Having been releasing quality music since the mid-nineties for years on end amongst many others his own genre-shaping Search imprint, he still stands firmly where he has been for many years now: the absolute cutting edge.
Admission: 700 RSD at the door
While on the Lower Dorćol Radionica Bar hosts Kirri Cornwell a London based DJ whose first contact with electronic music was during the pirate radio boom of the mid 90’s.. After experimenting with everything from drum ‘n’ bass to hip-hop/turntablism , he seem to have found that his true passion lies within the deeper sides of House and Techno music.
Please remember that a brand new clubbing district Cetinjska St. is just round the corner near Bajloni Market and BITEF Theatre. You can check out one of the new clubs Kenozoik, Polet or Elektropionir.
On a Saturday you can gain some momentum in Stab gallery and after the visit bar Mladost or KCGrad where Midnight Orient party takes place. On the other side of the river Jane Fitz will play all night long on the 20/44 boat.
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!
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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.