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Another rocking Sunday at Guaba

The Guaba beach bar in Limassol will be jumping – once again – to the sounds of DJ Yves V on Sunday.

The Belgian DJ clearly loves the Cypriot music scene, as he got the party started last summer and is determined to do the same on Sunday.

Yves V is currently among the biggest DJs on the planet. He placed at number 34 last year in the DJ Mag Top 100 poll, and will probably do even better this year – if we consider that in 2014 he was at number 55.

But numbers and words aren’t the issue, the music is, and the DJ is a master at that. His sets have illuminated the main stage of iconic events that include Tomorrowland, Sensation, David Guetta in Concert and Mysteryland, whilst triumphantly winning over the dance-floors at some of the scene’s most iconic clubs.

He has also taken his show on a very long and successful journey, with visits to Indonesia, Malaysia, Spain, France, Finland, Italy, and India. Last summer he made huge waves in Ibiza, with his V Sessions project.

When it comes to his time in the studio, he works his magic to give us tracks to move to. And move we surely will when he plays his track CloudBreaker, which reached number 25 on the Flemish Ultratop 50 and number 29 in the Dutch Singles Top 100.

The opening act to DJ Yves V will be DJ duo Matisse & Sadko from Russia who will set the electric musical mood.

Yves V and Matisse & Sadko
Performance by the DJs. May 29. Guaba Beach Bar, Limassol. 10am-9pm. €15/10/free. Tel: 96-340000

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