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A dance festival in the Bulgarian rock town of Kavarna

13 May 2011 / 13:05:44  GRReporter
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Plamena Parteniotis

Another new and great music event, namely the first Dance Festival Kavarna 2011, will take place in Kavarna during the upcoming summer of 2011.

In the next to the last weekend of the hot month of July, 22nd and 23rd, you will have the chance to become part of the first electronic dance and music event in the town known as the rock capital of Bulgaria. Some of the hottest names from the global club scene that you will have the opportunity to see and hear include Guy Gerber, Chris Lake, Nicky Romero, Timo Maas, Dinka, Chocolate Puma, Audiowhores, Chris Reece, Mahony, Optick, Terry B!, Gerald G, Rosario Internullo, Adrian Eftimie.

The town was visited by more than 40 celebrities, including Dio, Manowar, Deep Purple, Scorpions, Whitesnake, Accept, Nazareth, Saxon, Billy Idol, Twisted Sister, Aria, Любэ /Lubeh/, Philip Kirkorov and many others, not to mention the Bulgarian artists - BTR, Signal, Hipodil and more.

Apparently, the city aims to attract not only the fans of hard and heavy music, but also all those who like the electronic sound and want to combine it with the magnificent sea scenery and the hot summer nights.

All attendees of the new music summer event will be provided with free parking and free camping. The tickets for the event are already available in the usual distribution networks of Eventim, Ticketpro and Ticketstream.

More information and details about the festival and Kavarna is available on the official site of Dance Festival Kavarna 2011.

Tags: MusicEntertainmentSaucy tunesKavarna Dance Festival
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