Parties on Friday - 26th January 2018

The last Friday in the month promises great clubbing

Tuesday 23rd of January 2018

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The start of the last weekend in January 2018 brings first-class entertainment. Do not allow cold weather to keep you home. Wardrobe that allows dancing all night, smile on the face and straight to your favourite club.

Mr Stefan Braun believes that there is never enough of great entertainment. Tradition on Fridays is not interrupted. The first day of the weekend is known for the "Hang on until the party is over - Zap me strobe" party. Ivee Ivana Aleksandrovic and Damjan Eltech will turn this Friday, 26th January into an unforgettable night out. The party begins before midnight, you have enough time to prepare yourself for a crazy night.

The well-known DJ duo plays only best hits that make time pass quickly and in a great rhythm. They gained popularity thanks to the ability to create a great atmosphere in the club. Very noteworthy representatives of edm music in Serbia are creating modern music that has found the audience beyond the borders of the country.

The Gadost club and Marko Nastic organize a party called "Late Night Social Club" on Friday from 23:45 to 09:00. One of the most famous DJs and producers from Belgrade, Marko Nastic is the host of the rhythm party that does not allow you to go home. Along with him, at least another DJ is performing alongside, and for this edition the invited guest is Vlada Janjic. The combination of two experienced music entertainers is winning for all true fans of electronic sound.

The Tranzit club marks the end of the month in retro style. The "For Old Times' Sake: Friday Night Fever" party is intended for everyone to whom a night out is dancing on the dance floor until. From 23:00 to 04:00, the experienced DJs Munja, Mashala and Djole have entertained the city clubbers for decades. They have the key to entertainment in their hands. Be sure that you will dance until you lose your energy. DJ Mashala removed the dust from a rich collection of records. Vinyl will be at the center of attention. Like back in the good old days.