Under the auspices of the NTOMNE this year again in cooperation with Montenegro Event Agency a thirty-day-program of parties along the Montenegrin coast will be organized.
Stars of the festival: STEREO MCs & KINGS OF TOMORROW
The third festival “After beach parties” will last from 16 July and 14 August at twelve locations along the Montenegrin coast. Locations have been chosen based on the experience from previous years. These clubs are identified by younger visitors as good places to party with music that fits the concept of a DJ festival.
Parties will be held in the afternoon at the following locations: Žalo (Herceg Novi), CopaCafana (Tivat) Almara Beach (Tivat), Marina St Matija (Kotor), Green Garden (Budva), San Trope (Budva), Q2 (Sutomore) , Cuba Libre (Suttomore), Sandbox (Ulcinj), DćOlcinijum (Ulcinj). Two other locations have been added that will host this zear for the first time visitors and fans of beach parties, and these are Tequila (Bečići) and Porto Mare (Kamenari).
The festival will retain its recognizable concept which consists of two program segments - Resident DJs and Special Guest DJs. In the first segment the guests will be entertained daily at all 12 locations by local performers and now recognizable Montenegrin DJ brands like Mr Jools, Enjoyi, Cule, BeGood and others.
Stars of the festival segment: Special Guest DJs are British hit makers “Stereo MCs” who will perform on 11 August at Almara (Tivat) and Kings of Tomorrow which are coming back to Montenegro on 25 July and will also perform at Almara Beach.
Stereo MCs: Their first material, after the album “Connected”, appeared in 1999 on the album “DJ mix” (DJ Kicks on K7); it was followed by the album “Deep Down & Dirty” which was released in 2001 after they had shaped their semi-formulated ideas they had been working out for years. Adequate raw funk and vast dub sensibility put them on the Top 20 list, and many fans believe this one is their best. In 2005 they released the album “Paradise”, produced on their personal label “Graphite” and three years later a new album with a more electronic sound – “Double Bubble”. They are both equally strong but from the present point of view they seem to have been stops on a much further journey, not final destinations. The latest album “The Emperor’s Nightingale” expended their previous borders and opened their door to other artists. Bruce Woolley (a co-author of mega hits “Video Killed the Radio Star” and “Slave to the Rhythm”) is one of them as well as Nathan Drake and Greg Fleming.
Kings of Tomorrow: Sandy Rivera started his carrier at the age of 13 in the Latin part of New York and in 1992 produced his first house music. Next year he established his own label “BlackWiz” and together with Jose Burgos established “Kings of Tomorrow” a cult house duet. With more than two hundred singles and remixes under different pseudonyms, Sandy Rivera today is the owner of cult house music and best known track “Finally” with Julie McKnight, deep classic “Changes” or legendary single “Come in to My Room”. Rivera has released four studio and several mix albums so far and his new album is expected by the end of summer. In recent times, one of his most popular songs that was played by many radio stations and in the clubs all over the world - his single “Lollipop” is a hit.
As in previous years, the party will be free to all visitors.
Events from here
11-13Jan-Janin 23 days
01-25Feb-Febin 44 days
28-01Feb-Marin 71 days
27-05Apr-Mayin 128 days