Freitag, 01. Februar ab 22Uhr


Amavii b2b En Tia

Foto: Emelie Lager


Born in Sweden with Moroccan and Czech decent; she moved at a very young age to West Africa. Growing up in The Gambia, West Africa exposed her to people of various cultural backgrounds and exposure of travel. She has lived abroad for many years in The UK, California, Sweden and now Germany. All these colorful factors influenced and enriched her taste and sound in music.
Bursting on the scene with fresh ideas, dynamic style and cutting-edge sound, her passion for music is promising and unquestionably distinct! She has performed in major events throughout Sweden alongside world renown artists such as LA FLEUR, FRITZ KALKBRENNER, ANNA and MONKEY SAFARI to name a few.
AMAVII is taking steps forward; looking ahead to this next chapter and a bright future in the world of music.
She gives her audience a performance like no other and is not afraid to break out of her comfort zone whilst engaging upon a profound connection with her tangible energy; this transpires from the beginning to the end of her set! She loves to blend different genres of electronic music and consistently gives the dance floor an element of surprise.

Nothing is more fulfilling to her than to see the crowd dancing in the mood that she creates. As an artist her music is her painting; it reflects her mood. The color is her theme; aspiring to captivate a certain element of design that will give it its own uniqueness and style!

Foto: Tanya Sojka


En Tia was born in Sweden and today resides in Berlin. He discovered the electronic music scene in 2010 in the audience. 7 years later he began to play behind the decks himself. Sounds from deep, hypnotic, tech-house to raw, thumping beats of hard-techno | hard-trance. He has played in various underground raves back in Sweden and is ready to spread his wings and vibe in other destinations. There is nothing he loves more then to see people dance in the underground; the energy, freedom and joy felt throughout the crowd makes it all worth it!


Share Share