Winter has now wrapped its icy grip around Eastern Europe and some might be forgiven for thinking that club events are on hold for the foreseeable? Drums and Terra Music don’t seem to think so. Hot off the back of their mammoth NYE party at Castelul Cantacuzino in full sight of the Carpathian Mountains comes a party of such high calibre that you have come to expect from the Drums crew.
The Day After Tomorrow ’19 between 15th and 17th February will be taking place at Park Hotel Gardenia ski resort, one of the most well-known and affordable resorts in Bankso, Bulgaria. We will get to the monster line-up a little later, but one of the biggest draws to this event that is refreshingly different to others is that this is 100% a boutique event and not intended for mass audiences. So, when we say that you will be able to get up close and personal with the artists and those involved in the event we really mean it.
As the event takes place in the Park Hotel Gardenia which sits at 925m above sea level at its peak, you will have some of the region’s best skiing on your doorstep and you will be sharing these pristine white slopes with some of minimal music’s finest artists.
As if you need us to confirm this, but as this is a joint event between Drums and Terra there is no doubt that the music will be on point, but just to make sure a heavyweight ensemble of selectors has been drafted in. Performing over the course of the 50+ hour action-packed party will be Anton Pau, Avgustin, Cap, Barac, Gentle Dub (Georgi), Deian, Factuaw, Kiri Dimchev, Lumieux, Mr Roussous, Priku, r.hitect, Suciu, Vescou and Vlad Caia.
Moreover, there will be couple of surprise guests which have not been announced yet, to complete a perfect line-up for a wicked weekend on the Bulgarian snow.