Umbrella celebrates 13 years of work on Saturday, December 11

U Saturday, December 11th in space club Drugstore Umbrella celebrates 13 years of existence and work on the Belgrade stage.

The guests are BSS from Amsterdam together with representatives from the YES collective (Stevie Whisper and ANDRIA), in addition to favorite Umbrella DJs on the main stage perform Tam and Ghetto University, the team from BRO wins secret chambers, and Disco Flea Market amplified by Šćepin Vragoli and Luton control hallway and IceCreamBooth.

Tickets are on pre-sale in the Zaokret cafe at a price of 500 dinars, and at the entrance to the Drugstore they will be 700 dinars, and the party starts at 10 pm.

For 13 years of existence, some of the most important activities of the association include events such as Umbrella parties, Picnics – events of people in nature and city parks in cooperation with Belgrade museums and Hali gali festival which tries to present new musicians, bands and artists, numerous concerts , bars Zaokret and Sprat, the recently opened art hub center Kula in the space of the clock tower of the former brewery in Cetinjska Street in Belgrade, a one-week radio program on the Radio Apparatus and publishing activities.

Umbrella has been actively cooperating with the music agency Pop Depression for 8 years, headed by Ivan Lončarević, with whom, in addition to organizing concerts, a publishing label was launched, which this year was declared one of the most active in the region.
Pop Depression and Umbrella editions this year alone feature Sitzpinker, Proto Type, Bohemia, Gentle Dalibor, Piano Sky, Lenhart Tapes, Rebel Star, Zenit Zed, Vikowski, Samalas, Emma & Jimmy, Boris Milić, Ana and the Changes, Igor Božanić , Roza…

Marko Radojković from Umbrellas says about the plans of the Umbrella for 2022:

“In 2022, Umbrella hopes to visit some foreign bands, which, perhaps, I better not talk about because everything is still too uncertain. Expect 6-7 Umbrella parties, 3 Picnics and a changed date for Hali Gali. The tower as an art hub will start working at full capacity and I hope that the program will continue to meet the expectations of most people who visit it.
In 2022, we plan to work harder, be even better and more present in your lives in general, and continue to offer you quality content. ”

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