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Sebastian Ingrosso And DJ Antoine At Culture Club Revelin In Dubrovnik

After a spectacular opening with the Shapeshifters and MTV megabits, party-goers this summer at Culture Club Revelin in Dubrovnik will be treated to a feast of top class acts. It all kicks off on 14 June with Swiss house and electro producer DJ Antoine, creator of the hits “Ma Cherie” which has over 40 million views on YouTube, and “Welcome to St. Tropez” which has more than 100 million views, and has sold over 3 million copies.

DJ Antoine’s career officially took off in 1995, when he opened his club called House Café in the city of Basel. This club is the benchmark for the progress of the whole scene in Basel and the cult-parties are still in fond memories. After a short tip into the Swiss Hip Hop scene, DJ Antoine had quickly switched genre, getting hooked on the Pumping-House-Wave. In 1998, he released his first album “DJ Antoine – The Pumpin’ House Mix”. 1999 “Houseworks 1” won the first gold award. DJ Antoine has produced 51 CDs, strongly establishing his music and himself in the music and clubbing scene. Since 2003 he has been hosting his own weekly radio show, which is broadcasted by radio stations all over the world. DJ Antoine has performed gigs in New York, Chicago, Miami, Montreal, Moscow, Dubai, Bangkok, Oslo, Vienna and Cairo.
Following DJ Antoine at Culture Club Revelin on 28 June will be one of the biggest names in electronic music – Swede Sebastian Ingrosso. Sebastian was also one-third of the DJ super-group Swedish House Mafia, along with friends Axwell and Steve Angello. He was ranked #26 in 2011 on DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ list,and won the award for the highest new entry into the chart in 2009. Some of his hits include ‘How Soon is Now’, ‘Leave The World Behind’, ‘Umbrella’ and ‘Feel the Love’.

Tickets for the event start at 149 kuna, 199 kuna on the day of the concert with VIP tickets 299 kuna and can be purchased in Dubrovnik at:

Caffe “BRAZIL” – DOC|
Sport caffe “BALUN” – Mokosica
Caffe Bar “PARADISO”
Caffe Bar “AFRIKA”
Caffe Bar “MICRO”
Caffe Bar “DIX”
Lounge Bar “CULTO”
Pizzeria “TABASCO”
Caffe Pizzeria “BLUE PLANET”
Club “23”
Caffe Bar “Zino”

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