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 first of April a big party is happening at Belgrade Fair. The new edition of Raveolution Party will host Art Department and Oxia . The party will be kicking off at 11 PM . Djs will be supported by Kristijan Molnar and Alternativa from the local scene.
Art Department, the infamous electronic music act, has made almost unprecedented success within the world of dance music in recent years. A Canadian Jonny White, acting Head of No.19 Music, is now the lone driving force behind the influential project that began as a collaborative effort with a long time friend Kenny Glasgow in 2009.
Meanwhile in Savamala Vibes party is happening.
Big Vibes party will take place at KC Grad on the first of April starting from 18h. Vibes celebrates music. Vibes connects inquisitive souls. Vibes is an infinite dimension of joy. Party will be featuring 8 DJs from 4 countries in 11 hours of music. The following DJs will perform: j-buck, phillie p, funkusion, spacewalker, andrejmicajkov, master flow, necone and little lu. Music ranges from funky, house to r’ n’ b’, hip hop and drum n’ bass.
18: 00 – 21: 00 admission is free
21: 00 – 00: 00 200 RSD
00: 00 – 03: 00 350 RSD
03: 00 – 04: 30 200 RSD
For warm up we would suggest Fashion week opening party at Stab gallery or DJ RAS at Zavod nearby.
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 20/44 where DJ Schwabe plays all night long.
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.