Yalta Club birthday w/ Sandy Rivera | Yalta Club

In the past couple of articles about Yalta Club we've explained that it's a big month for the club - they're celebrating their 26th birthday all month long. Every year we can see some of Yalta's favourite DJs spinning in the dark room and this time it's no different. After Fedde Le Grand last Saturday, the next birthday guests are going to be Sandy Rivera and DJ Rady, on the 18th of February.

The concept of this year's party is based around uniting the two distinct time periods of Yalta's history. During the 90s Yalta was synonymous with different, interesting, modern and innovative in Sofia's nightlife and DJ Rady is one of those responsible for the club's reputation. After a series of parties in 2014 and 2015, now he's coming back for a one-night only special birthday set. And he'll be standing beside another great name from the club's history - Sandy Rivera.

Rivera is one of those DJs that, however much they travel around the world, spinning at the biggest festivals and in the fanciest of clubs, always come back to Yalta. Both for the DJ and for his audience, this place is special. In the beginning of the century Rivera and several others of the most-loved DJs, who we've seen standing behind the decks at Yalta's birthday - Hernan Cattaneo, Sharam, Mark Knight, were emblematic of the sound of the club. All these artists have something in common - they love the Bulgarian crowd and they've shown it time and again. The last time Sandy did that was in January 2012, when he again was celebrating a birthday in Yalta - only it wasn't the club's but his own. Yes, he chose this exact place for the party, because he wanted to share the moment with one of the best house crowds in the world.

There will be no tickets for this party, nor will the club charge for entrance. Entrance is free. Doors open at 23:00 for everybody, as long as they're let in by the face control - so don't come wasted.

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