A new superclub is opening in Brazil, Surreal

A new superclub is opening in Brazil, Surreal

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A new superclub is opening in Brazil.

Dubbed Surreal, the superclub, from the team behind the D-Edge clubs in Rio de Janeiro, will be located in the city of Camboriú, bringing an “unprecedented cultural experience” to Santa Catarina across 92,000 square meters of event space.

Surreal’s three-day opening party is slated to begin on the 26th December this year, featuring the likes of Agents of Time, HOSH, Wehbba and Yaya. A further 33 events for 2022 have already been scheduled in Surreal’s calender, with line-ups boasting Carl Craig, Apollonia’s Dyed Soundorom, FUSE favourite Archie Hamilton, Cassy, Ellen Allien, Radio Slave, Sonja Mooonear, Steve Rachmad, Henrick Schwarz, and many more.

Renato Ratier, founder of Surreal, said: “I spent 10 years working hard and intensely, contributing to Warung Beach Club’s growth in order to deliver the best possible experience. I now believe that my mission along with the entire team was fulfilled. But music has been running through my veins since I was a child so I am committed to continuing to grow electronic music in Brazil.

“This new project will do that and very soon everyone will be able to experience the surreal sensations that the new complex will offer.”

You can purchase tickets for all the events scheduled at Surreal here.

Read DJ Mag’s feature about the criminalisation of Brazil’s Baile funk scene here.

Last year, Brazilian DJ and producer Alok launched his own philanthropic and social institute, Instituto Alok – donating $5.2 million to the scheme so far. 

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