beli samo slova.png


логотип белый.png





6 PM - 12 AM

32.00 € / ≈ 1018 UAH
Price active until January 21st

Entrance will be open from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

  • Instagram
  • YouTube
  • Spotify
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
Cristoph - 2.jpg
Halftone Image of Crowd


Cristoph, a DJ and music producer, will come to us from Great Britain.  He is called the titan in the world of the progressive house He has been surrounded by music since early childhood, and now he confidently and uniquely fills it with his releases from Pryda Presents, Bedrock, Last Night on Earth, Truesoul, Knee Deep in Sound, Yoshi Toshi, and Selador. ⠀ He is mysterious, light and knows how to create a wave of rhythm that will undermine the audience. No wonder his music is so passionate: simply, Cristoph's sound is contagious.




18:00-20:00 – open door

18:00-19:30 – Basanta Family

19:30-21:00 – Michta

21:00-22:30 – Cristoph (recording)

22:30-00:00 – TIME:CODE Residents

Image by Pawel Czerwinski


Basanta is not only about events or musicians. First of all, this is a real music community. They are based in Ukraine in Kharkiv but they want to inspire and pump people around the world – regardless of locations or state borders.

  • Instagram
  • YouTube
Halftone Image of Crowd


Central Market (Centralnyi Rynok) is an old 19th century market located in the east of Ukraine, in Kharkiv.

The history of this amazing place began in the 1840s. The largest fairs in Ukraine were held here, which gathered merchants from all over the world. In 1914, the covered pavilion of the market was opened.

It is now an active market. Every day from 6 a.m., it opens its doors for citizens who want to stock up on the best food for themselves and their families. After all, in this market you can find everything.

A place with an unusual history, which is adorned with dozens of urban legends. A market that has seen a lot. But I have never met such a special event before.

Image by Noita Digital


Kharkiv is the second largest city in Ukraine with a population of over one and a half million people. The city was founded in the 17th century and has been actively developing since then.

Tourists often compare it to Berlin. Maybe because Kharkiv is not like any other Ukrainian city. Or maybe due to the fact that the industry has had a huge impact on the city itself and its architecture. Here huge concrete buildings and wide squares easily coexist with cozy mansions and shady parks.

But the Kharkivites themselves say that the matter is in the internal freedom of Kharkov. A huge concentration of universities, scientific and cultural centers attract young people to the city. And it is precisely such a young and free spirit that Kharkiv lives.