The Sound event will dominate yet another unique Prague spot this Friday. Cutting-edge underground electronic music will crowd the mysterious premises of the monastery of St. Gabriel in Smíchov.
The headliners are Lebanese producer Nur Jaber and French DJ Arkan, both based in Berlin.
The dark atmosphere on four stages will be highlighted by site-specific installations, light design and NFT visuals in collaboration with the Roman gallery MFA.
The unique complex of Gabriel Loci is a place where the past meets the present.
The extensive building built in the neo-Romanesque style will come alive with underground electronics combined with contemporary visual art on four stages.
Chandelier and Vaulted Rooms together with Autopsy will represent music stages, ambient and chillout will be found at the central Garden of Eden.
The vast and dark space of the monastery will be complemented by light design from Multiverse Studios and NFT visuals curated by the largest Roman NFT gallery MFA.
Sound will open its doors on Friday, November 4 at 9 p.m. The advance sale was sold out.
The tickets for 600 CZK will be available on the spot.
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