New photo book documents Prague's rave scene from 2015 to 2020

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  • Available now, Location TBA also includes interviews with key promoters, ravers and nightlife workers.
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  • Prague's recent rave culture has been documented in a new photo book called Location TBA. Spanning around 300 pages, the book looks at the period between 2015 and 2020, when parties regularly took place in unconventional sites and venues, such as railway stations, nuclear bunkers and green spaces. There are interviews with four promoters—Polygon, Nite Vibes, Harmony and Cukr—plus ravers and nightlife workers. Three writers—Michal Smetana, Jen Kratochvíl and Jonáš Verešpej—contributed essays, each contextualising the social and historical importance of this recent phenomenon. Location TBA was created and edited by photographer Gabriela Kontra, with design input from Michal Veltruský. Find out more about the project, and pick up your copy, here. Here are some photos from the book.
    Photo: Jaroslav Moravec, Marie Pravda, Noemi Purkrábková