• Asad Rizvi, UK

    Ever since his emergence on the scene in 1995, Asad Rizvi has been a leading proponent of the ever-growing underground House movement, known the world over as Tech-House. With over 40 releases to his name and DJ itineraries that have spanned five continents, the 25-year-old Londoner has developed a distinctive sound that has consistently won him support from the industry’s leading music publications and DJs alike. Having already been dubbed a “new school hero” by Muzik in 1998, “Producer for 2000” by Mixmag, and a “DJ for 2000” in The Face, Asad has proved himself an artist who never fails to deliver.

    Cubo Beach Bar  
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  • Big YUS



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  • Billy Harper & Antoni Donchev Quartet


    Billy Harper [tenor saxophone], Antoni Donchev [piano], Dimitar Sirakov [bass], Martin Hafizi [drums]

    The name of Antoni Donchev has been associated with almost all prestigious Bulgarian jazz events over the last years. Alongside with his work with the Acoustic Version, Antoni Donchev has realized a number of his own projects featuring world famous ...

    Archeological Museum [Varna]  
  • Bodurov Trio


    Dimitar Bodurov [piano], Mihail Ivanov [double bass], Jens Dueppe [drums], Itamar Borochov [trumpet]

    Bodurov Trio is a modern, dynamic jazz group, founded by Bulgarian pianist and composer Dimitar Bodurov in 2001. Since then the band has released 5 albums for Norwegian and Dutch labels as well as Bodurov’s Optomusic label.

    Archeological Museum [Varna]  
  • Brazilacoustic



    Menthol  
  • Carlo Lio, Canada

    Some artists are content earning the label of “overnight sensation,” while others patiently rely on hard work, dedication, and perseverance to earn the title of “everlasting sensation.” The latter is unquestionably the case for enigmatic Toronto native producer/DJ, Carlo Lio.

    Makalali Beach Bar  
  • Earth N Days

    Earth n Days was founded in the beginning of 2017 with the aim of bringing something new to the Hungarian club music scene and achieving professional success on an international level.

    Senso [Варна]  
  • F.O.

  • Kolo Yolo Trio, Ukraine


    Olya Honcharenko [electric-bandura, vocal], Nick Honcharenko [guitar, vocals], Alex Lebedenko [drumset, percussion]

    KoloYolo is a Ukrainian experimental trio that performs fusion of jazz, ethnic and electronic ambient. Tender female vocals, gentle overflows of Bandura and guitar strings combined with complex rhythm and electronic effects, give a new sound of traditional Ukrainian folk instrument.

    Archeological Museum [Varna]  
  • Kottarashky & The Rain Dogs

    We listened to him for the first time several years ago at Spirit of Burgas. Since then we know that this is the best combination of Balkan folklore, brasses, psychodelic and electric music.
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    Menthol  
  • Lithuanian trombone project & Loreta Sungailiene


    Vytautas Pilibavičius [trombonе], Loreta Sungailienė [vocal], Remigijus Gumuliauskas [trombonе], Tomas Karka [trombonе], Saulius Karka [trombonе], Paulius Batvinis [trombonе], Artūras Maniušis [percussion]

    Lithuania presents a unique music project by a professional trombone quintet, percussionist and folk singer. This bold creative experiment began in 2018, the group organizes concerts, participates in international jazz festivals in Lithuania and abroad.

    Archeological Museum [Varna]  
  • Mila Robert & Tino



    Menthol  
  • Mirko di Florio

    His techno/haus beats are filling the club up until the morning.

    Makalali Beach Bar  
  • Ndoe

    The bulgarian rapper Ndoe will promote his newest album this friday.

    Egoist  
  • Old School Night

  • Oscar L

  • Retro Night

  • Retro Party

  • Ruth Koleva & The Fingertones



    Menthol  
  • V:RGO & TRF



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  • Vasil Naidenov

    Undoubtedly Vasil Naydenov is one of the most emblematic artists of the Bulgarian popular music. His career began in 1969 as a vocalist and pianist of Golden strings.

    Senso [Варна]  
  • Veselin Marinov

  • Woody Black 4


    Bass Clarinet Quartet Austria - Daniel Moser [bass clarinet], Leonhard Skorupa [bass clarinet], Stephan Dickbauer [clarinet], Oscar Antoli [clarinet, bass clarinet]

    Own compositions, fresh arrangements, warm sounds, freeimprovisation and pure tones are some of itscharacteristics, having brought together four formerstudents of the University of Music and Performing ArtsVienna six years ago.

    Archeological Museum [Varna]  
  • Łukasz Borowicki Quartet


    Łukasz Borowicki [guitar], Mads la Cour [flugelhorn], Mariusz Praśniewski [bass], Karol Domański [drums]

    Łukasz Borowicki Quartet is a Polish-Danish band that plays original contemporary jazz with roots in the broad jazz tradition – both American and European – and to some extend in a modern classical music.

    Archeological Museum [Varna]