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‘Surreal’ superclub opens in Brazil and announces the first wave of artists

Each stage style will reflect its sound environment in artistic value.

'Surreal' superclub opens in Brazil and announces the first wave of artists

Brazil’s musical hub is normally known for its Latin influences. Today, we can reveal that a leap into the underground realm of electronic music has been taken with the opening of a new superclub – ‘Surreal’. It is a little special. 

Surreal is South American music visionary Renato Ratier’s new venture. Based on the coast of Santa Catarina, it promises to make a serious impression on the Brazilian club scene. With the opening scheduled for December 26th, the venue already has 33 dates scheduled for next year with the first wave of names just announced. These include Carl Craig, Archie Hamilton, Cassy, Radio Slave, Sonja Mooonear, Steve Rachmad, Rebolledo, Renato Ratier, wAFF, Henrick Schwarz, Fantastic Man, Franky & Sandrino and many more. 

This new artistic complex will be located in the city of Camboriú and will bring an unprecedented cultural experience to Santa Catarina. It boasts 92,000 square meters of space that can be set up to suit a variety of events, with a focus on contemporary music and electronic soundtracks. Fully modular, it can host everything from its own parties to large concerts and festivals, as well as social and corporate events with world-class light, sound and production that will make each event unique and unforgettable. 

Each stage will have its own house music sub-genre attached to it with the decor reflecting its frequency. 

If you are taking a trip to the area of would like to book tickets, you can do so HERE.

'Surreal' superclub opens in Brazil and announces the first wave of artists
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