THE NEW ELECTRONICA WILL SHAKE THE NEW RUSSIA DURING THE OPENING OF DOMA 2014 AT PARK HOTEL MOSKVA
30.05.2014


The label NEW ELECTRONIC PARTY, in collaboration with DOMA Art Festival, present the opening party of DOMA Art Festival's second edition “The Heartbeat of New Russia”.

An incredible line-up of young and hip Djs and music producers will turn up the volume and make all electronic music fans' heartbeat race up on May 30 in an unusual and unexpected nightlife location – the ground floor and garden of the renovated Park Hotel Mosvka. The choice for the location is more than logical. It is in line with the festival's goal – to breathe a new life and atmosphere into seemingly familiar places and to transform them beyond recognition, thus allowing the expression of the hotel management's new mission, which is to be a major participant in the contemporary social and cultural life of our city. 

The Djs - 1000 NAMES, STEFAK, DIAMONDZ, Tekniq, stfnv, Vajarov & Paci – will be joined by the world-renowned diva of international art biennials, the eccentric Sasha Frolova with her unique performance Aquaaerobika, and Roman Ermakov with his neon-lit Living Sculptures. In the fairyland forest of dancing plastic flower people and with the visual accompaniment of guest artist VJ Vladimir Kakovkin, who arrived in Sofia directly from Moscow for the occasion, we are going to lift the curtain on the second edition of DOMA Art Festival.

The party is with free admission, the location is Park Hotel Moskva and the start time is 21:00. 

The event is supported by Ballantine's Stay True.

DOMA Art Festival 2014 is organized in partnership with Forum Bulgaria-Russia and with the support of Sofia Municipality – an event in favor of the candidature of Sofia and the SWR for European Capital of Culture, the Russian Cultural and Information Centre, Overgas Inc., Bulgarsko Shkolo, Park Hotel Moskva, VIVACOM, Russky Standart, Kia Motors Bulgaria and Europcar, and with the media support of BNT and BNR.

The festival will be held in the spaces of VIVACOM Art Hall, the Russian Cultural and Information Centre, Underground Gallery - Maria Luisa 16, the Jewish House of Culture, Park Hotel Moskva, UnderGara and various outdoor locations.

Web: www.domaartfest.com
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