South American dance music visionary Renato Ratier has finally unveiled his long-awaited next step after leaving Warung after more than a decade. Surreal is his brand new venture on the coast of Santa Catarina and it promises to be a multi-purpose artistic complex from the driving force behind the world-renowned D-Edge clubs in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo. The three-day opening event is scheduled for December 26th and Surreal already has 33 dates scheduled for next year with the first wave of names including a mix of homegrown talent like Fabo, Gui Borratto, Anderson Noise, Joyce Muniz, and Whebba with international stars and those who have long been close to D-Edge such as Carl Craig, Archie Hamilton, Cassy, Radio Slave, Sonja Mooonear, Steve Rachmad, Rebolledo, wAFF, Henrick Schwarz, Fantastic Man, Franky & Sandrino and many more. Sign up now for pre-sale access at: www.sympla.com.br/surreal
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.
The opening will be held on December 26, 2021, and the venue will boast different areas. These include the Nomad Stage for slow and deep melodic house, the Bells Stage which is a barn with a more industrial edge for heavier techno and tech house, and the Raw Room Stage which is an open area. As well as the music there will be a food court that houses a thousand people with food trucks and a kitchen.
Says Renato, “I spent 10 years working hard and intensely, contributing to Warung Beach Club’s growth in order to deliver the best possible experience. I now believe that my mission along with the entire team was fulfilled. But music has been running through my veins since I was a child so I am committed to continuing to grow electronic music in Brazil. This new project will do that and very soon everyone will be able to experience the surreal sensations that the new complex will offer.”
Surreal is set to be a game-changing new addition to the Brazilian scene.