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After at Minoriti provides the last musical refuge of the evening for those whose night is always too short, a place to hang out and get down with reckless abandon. This year, the by now legendary festival after party venue is joining forces with local DJs who have been co-shaping the nightlife in the city and beyond. At Festival Lent you’ll get a chance every night to shake your hips to a theme-specific music night, ranging from disco, funk, Slovenian rock, all the way to alternative and independent music, Yugo underground, as well as reggae, ska, and hip hop tunes.

There you have it, signed, sealed, and delivered – festival nights are about to end much too soon again!

DJ Barbarossa (Saša Husar) began his music career at Radio Marš at the end of the 1980s and busted his sets at MKC, Pekarna, Takos, Rožmarin … His heart yearns most for the dusty roads that lead from blues all the way to independent alternative music, which is why we most often find him behind the mixer at indie parties. DJ Križko (Sandi Križanič) is nowadays the music editor at Radio City. The once long-haired youngster cut his teeth in DJ booths of all major clubs in Slovenia. A surfer of music rhythms of a wide range of radio hits, from funk to pop. DJ Dani (Daniel Golob) is a jack-of-all-trades audiophile and DJ who earned his stripes during the grunge boom era and spilled his sets on club-goers at the legendary MKC on Orožnova. But lest you think he got stuck in heavy-metal guitar riffs! He's also a great connoisseur of hip hop and is always good for a surprise when picking from his pool of Slovenian music or music from the former Yugoslavia.

DJ Križko



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