Electronic music is having a blast in September in Tunisia, where the capital, Tunis, will host its first Boiler Room, an iconic evening of the “electro scene”.
Da Che, Dasha Redkina, Deena Abdelwahed, Exos, names that may not trust the first places in the album sales charts, but that are well known to electronic music fans, and that will delight their ears on September 21 in Tunis, during the country’s first Boiler Room.
The evening will take place at the Yüka Tunis, from 6 pm to 2 am (an after-party is planned for the most determined dancers). It is organized at the initiative of the collectives Point Collective and Hype.
Live on the Internet
As is traditional – the Boiler Room project has been around since 2010 – the evening will be broadcast live on boilerroom.tv, followed by video sharing platforms such as YouTube, or Facebook, where the page’s account has more than 3 million subscribers.
While the Boiler Room has welcomed the world’s biggest names in electronic music (Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, etc.), this time it will focus on the local scene. A local scene that is also developing very well, with, in particular, the return after 4 years of absence of the festival Dunes Electroniques, whose next edition will take place in September on the location of the shooting of the mythical Star Wars saga.