German trance icon Paul van Dyk lands in the Slovak capital Bratislava for one of his comeback shows this upcoming February.
Having recently been involved in an on-stage accident that left him learning to walk again, his Bratislava show will be one of his first since making his comeback, and we're sure the Grammy Award winner will be keen to make up for lost time.
Speaking on returning to the decks, van Dyk said: "I believe it will be for me a very emotional and intense experience. I really am looking forward to the moment when we can – musically – reward all those people who thought of me and were in a difficult time with me."
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The Refinery Gallery, in the industrial south east of Bratislava, was designed to bring a cultural hub to this part of the city, and now hosts a variety of cultural and social events and exhibitions across the year.
Although renovated, the building's interior and exterior still retains a lot of its original features.
If you are flying into Bratislava, the city centre is just a 20 minute bus ride away. If you are instead arriving into Vienna, Bratislava is a 45 minute bus journey.
The city also has good rail connections with neighbouring Europe.
Once in the city, the best way to get to the Refinery Gallery is by taxi. This should take around 10 minutes from the city centre and cost not much more than €10.
The event will run from 20:00 until 06:00.