Summer is in full swing, tourists from all countries have flooded the Adriatic coast, and according to the latest report from the United Nations World Tourism Organisation, Croatia has returned to its pre-pandemic status as a desired tourist destination.
After the first weekend of August, but also by the queues that have been forming in front of Dubrovnik’s cult club Revelin since June, it can be said that Croatia is truly positioned on the map of world tourist destinations, and Culture Club Revelin can be considered one of the best attractions for clubbing and nightlife in the country.
From the photos that come to us from Revelin, it can be concluded that the south of Croatia sets the standards for clubbing in the country.
This is also confirmed by the fact that Culture Club Revelin was voted the No. 22 best club in the world by readers of the anthology DJ Mag, which has 4.5 million readers and followers on social networks.
Through a strict voting procedure for the Top 100 Clubs, as many as 600,000 voters brought Culture Club Revelin and Dubrovnik to the high 22nd place of the 100 best clubs in the world, leaving behind some legendary destinations and clubs, such as Ministry of Sound in London, Elrow14 in Barcelona, Yalta in Sofia , DC-10 in Ibiza, Cavo Paradiso in Greece, Omnie from Las Vegas, Fabrik in Madrid or Club Space in Miami.
Culture Club Revelin earned top status right from its opening 12 years ago due to its specificity, location and history of the club building, environment, influence and atmosphere, but with the top program that Culture Club Revelin has tirelessly offered to its visitors and residents of Dubrovnik for 12 years, it is which attracts rivers of visitors, tourists and friends, who return again and again.
Afrojack, Artbat, Carl Cox, David Morales, Martin Solevig, Gramophondzio, through Boy George, Idris Elba, Fatboy Slim, Freemasons, Paul Van Dyk, Shapeshifetrs, Mark Knight, Claptone, Shaquille O’Neal and British Gorogon City, who this weekend kept the full club electrified with powerful rhythms until dawn, are just a few names of world music that have left their musical mark within the walls of Culture Club Revelin.
The unique combination of luxury, entertainment, the offer of high-class beverage brands and top performers, along with the atmosphere of a bastion from the 16th century, enchanted numerous celebrities who are frequent guests of the club, from sports stars, movie stars to, for example, fashion icons, such as Naomi Campbell.
Culture Club Revelin, which grew up in the surroundings of the 500-year-old Dubrovnik fortress Revelin, is a place where the past literally merges with the present and at the same time gives a small glimpse of what awaits us in the future.
According to the queues forming in front of the club this summer, the future seems cheerful, happy, fulfilled, danceable and very optimistic.
According to the amount of people, the type of visitors and the atmosphere that is created anew every night, if it is according to Revelin, the future seems to be excellent.
Culture Club Revelin announces a series of big DJ guest appearances until the end of August. On 9.8. Mike Vale performs, 12.8. Kurd Maverick, 16.8. Martin Ikin, 19.8. John Summit, 23.8. Illyus&Barrientos and 26.8. Miss Monique.
Summer in Dubrovnik continues through September when Sam Divine, Phil&Derek from the Cercle project, Technasia and the HIGHER festival come to the Revelin stage, along with as yet unannounced surprises.
Between DJ guest appearances, Culture Club Revelin offers a specialized thematic program every night with resident DJs Aldo Morro, Dancelectric, DJ Speed, Joe2Shine, Kosta Radman, Time Jack and Wekingz, and the uniqueness and interest of Revelin is precisely the fact that the club attracts guests whether it’s a weekend or Monday, whether it’s a program evening or a DJ guest appearance, just as every visitor to Dubrovnik wants to seal the end of their summer day in a cult way – precisely at the cult Culture Club Revelin.