Clubbing Like Never Before
2009-12-31 - 2010-01-01
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Krakowskie Biuro Festiwalowe
Were you ever at a club event at which tens of thousands of people were partying at the same time? No? On the night of New Year’s Eve, Kraków’s Main Square will change into the largest club space in Europe!
A gigantic dance floor, excellent DJ’s, hundreds of partying people. The organisers from the Krakow Festival Office guarantee that this night will remain for a long time in the memory of anyone who decides to visit the Old Town on this evening.
The party will begin at 8:30pm with the sound of hits from the Hop-Bęc RMF MAXXX chart list. On two huge screens, we will be able to see the biggest of this year’s hits. At the same time there will be a public vote for this year’s best dance hit. Taking responsibility for the choreographic setting will be Michał Piróg and dancers known from the You Can Dance programme. Also getting the party going will be the highly regarded DJ Adhd and DJ Raul Rincon. The first of these belongs to the close-knit circle of elite Polish DJ’s, while Raul Rincon began his DJ career as early as 1988, playing in the Boa club in Stuttgart. In the meantime he has become one of the most important names on the house scene. He has cooperated, amongst others, with Lutricia McNeal, Kym Mazelle, Samantha Fox, Die Fantastischen Vier and Fury In The Slaughterhouse.
The star of the evening, however, will undoubtedly be Agnieszka Chylińska. This vocalist from Gdańsk blessed with a distinctive, powerful voice will excellently represent the symbolism of change and renewal as the new year dawns. Her recent transformation from rebellious, rock and roll girl into dance floor queen dazzling with her sex appeal has provoked extreme reactions. Her appearance in Kraków’s market square will be Chylińska’s first direct confrontation with a mass audience since her unexpected metamorphosis.
In the opinion of clubbing experts, the most important features of a good club are a surprising entourage, excellent sound and a unique atmosphere. These conditions will certainly be fulfilled. The illusion of being an excellent club will be sustained by the professional technical setup. A one-of-its-kind multimedia show is promised: multi-coloured laser beams, a pyrotechnical display from above Szczepański Square, strobes, smoke enveloping the Sukiennice. Especially promising is the confetti show harmonised with the music. It’s supposed to be the largest show of its type in Poland. What more could seasoned clubbers hope for?
(Artur Jackowski, “Karnet” monthly)