12 midnight: Erol Alkan
Style: Electronic Music

Erol Alkan is a pioneer of electronic music. He has gone ahead of his time by mixing rock, electro, house, and techno in DJ sessions for party-going hipsters. A resident DJ at the popular Trash Club @ The End in London, he is one of today’s best DJs. His sessions—a perfect mix of rock, electro, house, techno, and disco music—are characterized by a strong attitude, image, and overpowering energy.

In 2001 he took his first steps under the nom-de-guerre Kurtis Rush. His alchemical fusion of George Michael and Missy Elliot resulted in 24-carat party gold, and “Bastard Pop” was born, with Erol Alkan as one of its founding figureheads alongside Soulwax and Richard X. Since then, Erol Alkan has had a career punctuated by hits and successful collaborations as both a DJ and a producer. He can make music bear fruit, either playing the latest hardcore trash or producing delicate, beautiful, spectral songs.

They say Erol Alkan invented the mash-up. They also say he created the second coming of French Touch just by remixing Justice’s “Waters Of Nazareth”. They even say he’s bringing psychedelia back? Or was it disco music they said?

11 pm: Asaf Samuel (Malka Tuti, Tel Aviv)
Style: Electronic Music

Asaf Samuel has made a huge contribution to the development of electro music and the club culture in Israel, turning Tel Aviv into the breeding ground of leading artists and projects: Red Axes, Moscoman, Disco Halal or Malka Tuti, one of today’s most important record labels, founded and co-owned by Samuel himself. He lives in Tel Aviv and Barcelona.

10 pm: Nathan Joy (Biarritz)
Style: Electronic Music

Nathan Joy is well-acquainted with nightlife and with dancing parties. Since his first DJ residency, back in 1999, he has kept Europeans shaking their bodies. An outstanding producer and a skillful DJ, he has gathered the likes of Michael Mayer, Superpitcher, Rebolledo, Fango, Jennifer Cardini, Chloé, Sascha Funke, and Marvin & Guy.


Now on sale on the website and in lockers until 19:30 h from 21:30 h of the event date. Tickets available. Limited capacity. Ages 18 and older. ID or passport required.

Museum admission not allow free access to Fever

Buy now


and you'll have art at hand



Sign up
and receive the latest about the Museum.