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TDI pena party - Sokobanja 2011.
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Tdi & Beatshakers white foam party night # 2

Last year, by DJs white foam party night for the party was declared a year! White night foam party no.2 is a logical continuation of the story last year!

This time we decided to gather a party to the best DJ's house music jeve that Serbia now has! We paired the two most wanted domestic house team! Tdi team, which will consist of (dj marko spinach, DJ Kizami & Dr. Love) & The BeatShakers-up, dj-duo has hit the biggest house (ma cheri)! For the production of foam the same team will ensure that deals with the production of foam in the Belgrade Arena on bgd FOMA fest, so we expect almost incredible 4 tons of foam! When all the pieces agree, get the biggest foam party on areas of South and Southeast Serbia! Of course that's not all parties on reward visitors through sweepstakes for two free tickets our biggest festival! And through it all at a party will be another veeeliiikooo surprise! We are waiting for you on August 6 to be a part of a memorable story!

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Tags: tdi; peña; party; soko banja; sokobanja; dj; milan; babic; serbia; srbija; beatshakers; tdi crew; mc dj love; double play dj; dj milan babic
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