Famous Italian techno DJ Luigi Tozzi to perform in Belgrade

On the 24th March, the young Italian DJ and music producer Luigi Tozzi will play at Belgrade’s techno cathedral Drugstore. The party will kick off at 11 pm. 

One of the best young producers in Europe. Still best-kept secret of electronic music. Man, that re-shakes and re-makes techno music. And he debuts in Belgrade, in the techno cathedral Drugstore on 24th March with a special, Belgrade-only set.

Born and educated in Rome, the young Italian producer Luigi Tozzi was strongly influenced by the Roman scene and its local artists, many of whom gave a crucial contribution to the birth and growth of the deep techno sound. Luigi’s music has so far been released on the established label Dynamic Reflection. He has also been cooperating with the up-and-coming techno label Hypnus Records from Sweden, where he found a platform that inspired him to develop his style. By fusing the tribal and hypnotic elements of techno with the atmospheric and emotional side of ambient music, he is paving his own unique way in the world of electronics.

DJ Avoid (aka Vladimir Acic) will also perform as local support. DJ Avoid  is one of the most popular DJs in Serbia and Southeast Europe, a successful music producer, and a teacher of DJ-ing at the music school Kulturno Skloniste in Novi Sad. Avoid worked with some of the most popular DJs and music producers in the world, including Carl Cox, Umek, RodHad, Richie Hawtin, Laurent Garnier, Dubfire, Dave Clark, Adam Bayer, John Digweed, James Zabiela and Cristian Varela.

Tickets are available in all Eventim Serbia stores around Serbia and in Europe through their website.

Also available at Bivsi Bar (Kosovska 32) every day from 8 pm. Grab yours for an early bird price of 600 RSD.

(Still in Belgrade, 14.03.2017)


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