Since their first festival edition back in 2019, Tunisian outfit Neverstill have been growing in stature and strength with every passing announcement. With their brand, also being bolstered with a rock-solid vinyl only record label of the same name. It is however their large-scale events that we are here to discuss today. Taking place Hotel Dar ISMAIL in stunning coastal Tunisian town of Tabarka over the weekend of 5-7th May there will again be an extended gathering of the finest main players in the minimal scene as well as a clutch of the region’s best rising selectors.
With previous instalments growing year on year from the debut with just a handful of carefully curated artists to this year’s event which feature Romania’s finest in Cezar, Praslea, and Vlad Caia. These three artists are often relied upon to provide long lasting dancefloor memories that last a lifetime and with a sonic arsenal that covers garage, house, techno and of course mind expanding minimal bombs. Completing the international aspect of the artist offering over the course of the weekend is Argentinian maestro Alexis Cabrera and Bruno Pronsato and their live performances as well as DJ sets have always captivated.
Regional and national offerings have always been centric to Neverstill and the region taking major steps into the underground limelight with their club nights and festivals. The Neverstill Festival stages will be put in the hands of established artist Anamorph, Atef, Chedy, Elise Jillian, Fares A, Formiq, HAdrum, Hedee, Highcool, KBY, Min8, Room323, Snailee and Ziku. Outside of Neverstill these artists can be found populating the world’s finest clubs and the standard of the programming shows this in the best possible light.
Of course, music is the core element to Neverstill but the envirment in which it is presented is just as important and the lush green resort of Hotel DAS ISMAIL offers many opportunities make those memories. With Tunisia’s obvious sun kissed credentials the open-air environment what better way soundtrack your journey through weekend filled with fine music, smiley faces and a boat load of good times.