July 19, 2019
Monasterio
Carpa & Picnic

Detroit Love x Rush Hour

From tha’ D to the ‘Dam. Carl Craig brings together Detroits’ finest while Antal and Hunee recruit the best selectors and DJ’s from Amsterdam’s ever fertile scene.

Artists
A man born out-of-time, Carl Craig's trajectory as a DJ, Producer, and ambassador of tha' D is aimed with a…
Less a dj and more the walking embodiment of the Detroit underground, the city's musical history flows in his veins…
Taught to DJ by Moodymann, before being named and masked by Drexciya's James Stinson, Sherard Ingram aka DJ Stingray is…
A member of Slum Village alongside the late great J Dilla, Waajeed is Detroit through and through, as evidenced on…
Do not adjust your set. A modern classic from tha D, Holographic draws on the funkier side of classic techno,…
Notoriously deep digger and part of the unstoppable funk machine at Rush Hour, Hunee's sets are a representation of his…
At the helm of influential Amsterdam label, distributor, and record store Rush Hour for more than 20 years, Antal's survival…
A modern 'unclassic'. The dutch selector's commitment to making dancefloors move to weird, forgotten, or unfashionable genres is now legendary,…
I-F started his musical journey as an outsider, founding seminal acid techno outfit Unit Moebius while living in a squat…
Handcrafted excellence from the Swiss DJ (and embroidery expert!). The US based DJ is a dab hand at weaving together…
Istanbul's Insanalar embody the sound of the city where east meets west, with semi-improvised electronic jams incorporating traditional instruments, processed…
Venues
Poble Espanyol
Poble Espanyol is an open-air architectural museum situated on the steps of the Montjuïc mountain overlooking Barcelona. With expansive squares, panoramic lookouts, intimate lanes, and lush greenery, it offers a diversity of experiences across it’s three venues.
Situated at the highest point of Poble Espanyol, the Monasterio offers an intimate dancefloor with panoramic views across Barcelona. Magical at sunset.
Nestled at the back of the Poble Espanyol complex, the Carpa & Picnic Area offers a hidden refuge with pine-filled outdoor space and a semi-covered dancefloor, equipped with state of the art sound.