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Rjana Open Air Festival Part 4

information by FUNKADELIA

The fourth edition of the annual festival for various styles of electronic music Rjana Open Air will be held from July 08 (Thursday) to July 11 (Sunday), 2010.

The festival will take place in the beautiful mountain of Rjana, located in the Western region of Stara Planina Mountain (Balkan Mountain range), 100 km away from Sofia, nearby the village of Ignatitsa at 1500 meters above the sea level.

For one more time, this year Rjana Open Air is going to present wide variety of electronic styles. You will enjoy: dance music in the evenings/ nights, fascinating music in the mornings, refreshing music at noon, relaxing music in the afternoons. The late afternoons will be dedicated to less popular styles of electronic music that due to its authenticity and intelligence deserves its place in festival playlist.

More than 30 DJs will take care of your good mood while the unique combination of impressive fire performance, fantastic decorations and naturally beautiful sceneries will contribute to the magical atmosphere of the festival.

And of course, the inseparable part of the great experience – the traditional adrenaline ride by trucks, that will drive you from the village to the event location.

A bar with cold drinks and cuisine with delicious fire-cooked dishes will make you feel comfortable during the days of the festival.

Tickets:
Pre-sale:
20 BGN (10 EUR) till June 30th
22 BGN (11 EUR) from July 1th till July 7th
Тhe prices include all the days of the festival

At the entrance of the festival:
25 BGN (12 EUR) on Thursday and Friday (July 8th and 9th)
15 BGN (7 EUR) on Saturday and Sunday (July 10th and 11th)

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