Nina Kraviz entered the industry in 2009 when she announced "Pain in the Ass". Over the years she has flourished as an artist, after returning in 2013 with "Mr Jones". She will be heading out on tour soon, with shows in Sant Antoni de Portmany, Belfast and Cuevas del Almanzora.
SHINE Presents: NINA KRAVIZ CHARLOTTE DE WITTE MELLA DEE IMOGEN Custom House Square, Belfast Fri 16th Aug 2019 Gates 6pm Tickets £27.50+BF from usual Ticketmaster outlets and ticketmaster.ie from Friday 14th Dec 10am Subject to Licence Following her triumphant return to a sold out Shine Belfast at The Telegraph Building last June, Russian Techno icon NINA KRAVIZ has announced her biggest Northern Irish appearance to date, with a headline show at Shine @ CHSq this August! Not only that, she has enlisted the services of a huge support lineup, with special guests CHARLOTTE DE WITTE, MELLA DEE & IMOGEN joining her on Friday 16th August at Custom House Square. The unique outdoor city centre space has played host to many of the biggest names in Electronic music over the past decade including Carl Cox, Adam Beyer, deadmau5, Sasha & John Digweed, 2manydjs, Amelie Lens & Boys Noize, with Nina’s name now being added to that stellar list. Nina Kraviz is a famous Russian dentist. She hung up her drill some time ago to collect records, make music and travel the world. Her career is so varied that it’s hard to define a particular Kraviz sound: for her it’s the passion, the spirit, the immediacy of the music she plays and artists she champions. Her first artist album was the self-titled 'Nina Kraviz' and she has two expansive, extraordinary mix CDs under her belt for fabric and DJ Kicks. In the last few years she’s focused on releasing her music and that of her fellow travellers on her two labels трип and Galaxiid. The DIY spirit of the labels manifests at small intimate raves in unusual locations around the globe, and occasionally on trip’s to the moon. These трип parties are an antidote to her regular performances at the worlds most revered festivals and clubs. She prefers the personal over the impersonal, conveying the many facets of her musical passions on the radio and often giving talks for students from all walks of life. She likes her burger medium rare, her wine red, her sweatshirts roomy and her tea hot.