CLINIC 3 years anniversary with TOMCRAFT (GER) & SOLARSTONE (UK)

  From until   Tickets 12€   Age limit: 18  
Fredan Tivoli, Helsinki   Show map  
house, techno, trance

TOMCRAFT (Craft, Great Stuff, GER)
SOLARSTONE (Solaris Recordings, UK)
Orkidea (Unity, LOVE, Jack)
OlliS (Further)
Paul Easy (Clinic, After Hours)
Flink (Playground)
Reza (Crooks recordings)
Eeprog (MinimalHerr)




Friday 18.2.2011
Age 18

Fredan Tivoli
Fredrikinkatu 51-53
00100 Helsinki



OPERATION ROOM: (21:00-04:00)

TOMCRAFT (Craft, Great Stuff, GER)

SOLARSTONE (Solaris Recordings, UK)

Orkidea (Unity, LOVE, Jack)

OlliS (Further)

OBSERVATION ROOM: (22:00-04:00)

Paul Easy (Clinic, After Hours)

Flink (Playground)

Reza (Crooks recordings)

Eeprog (MinimalHerr)




21:00 OlliS
23:00 Orkidea
00:30 Solarstone
02:00 Tomcraft


22:00 Eeprog
00:00 Flink
01:45 Paul Easy

AFTHERAPY: @ Playground


05:00 Flink
06:00 Tomcraft
07:30 Flink
09:30 Paul Easy


06:00 Denis Vakulin b2b Zwek





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12€ + bf 1,2€ = 13,2€ + service fee from Tiketti (

12€ from Cybershop (Asematunneli, Kamppi & Itäkeskus)

100 VIP tickets
Price 27 €€

VIP ticket includes:

-VIP entrance with free queue passing at the venue
-Special gift @ Tivoli
-No queuing at the afterparty entrance @ Playground (afterparty ticket is not included to the price)
-Tiketti booking fee
-Cloak room fee

SUPER VIP tickets only from email: [email protected]
650€ SUPER VIP for 10 people (only 3 tables for sale)
800€ SUPER VIP for 15 people (only 2 tables for sale)

SUPER VIP ticket includes:

-VIP entrance with free queue passing at the venue and escorting to the table
-Table reserved for all night next to the stage
-1 bottle of Smirnoff vodka + mixers, 2 bottles of sparkling wine (3 bottles for 15 persons VIP)
-No queuing at the afterparty entrance @ Playground (afterparty ticket is not included to the price)



Tomcraft bio

New York- Rio- Tokyo- Moscow- London- Budapest- Berlin.........

There is hardly a metropolis on earth that has not heard Tomcraft as a Dj, and that rightfully so. Typical of his tracks is the hypnotic bass and the always perfectly matched tempo with which he gets the masses to dance everywhere. This characteristic, coupled with his openness to other music genres and his unaltered down-to-earth personality certainly makes him one of the most interesting artists in electronic music in our country.

From 1992 until now, Tomcraft has been one of the German Djʼs and producers who landed right on top of the British number one throne with tracks like the super seller "Loneliness" in 2002, and other old and well known hits such as "People Like Them", "Boogie Nights", "When I Was Sixteen", "Prozac" and "Hairy Affairs", just to mention a few of his singles, which in turn influenced the electronic music scene massively. Additional albums such as "All I got“ (2001), "MUC“ (2003), "Hypersexyconscious“ (2006) und "For The Queen" (2007), make him a guy with a faithfull global fanbase.

Tomcraft is a man of visions, always open to new influences which enable him to participate in style transcending collaborations with artists such as the German rapper, Sido, the Bloodhound Gang singer, Jimmy Pop, the New Yorker dream bird, Tommy Sunshine or "Germanyʼs voice of soul“ Xavier Naidoo. In order to open the doors to greater creative possibilities, Tomcraft founded his label Great Stuff Recordings in 2003 followed by Craft Recordings in 2005, on which national and international Acts such as GusGus, The Egg, Rockers HiFi, Lützenkirchen and Oliver Koletzki are released and whose imprint of high-quality tunes have made the label one of the most sought after globally. Even here, the range is as diverse and excitingly suprising as Tomcraft ʼs own tracks. It will certainly remain exciting, wherever it happens to take the "Muenchiner" musically in future.

The secret of this versatile man may lie in the fact that his everyday life is as constant as the bass in his tracks. This might be the reason why, for almost two decades now, he has managed to attract party-hungry kids to the dancefloors. He never lost his constant quest for new sound, collects old instruments in his studio and also has a great deal of highly positive energy in his life with his family which in turn inspires him and be-wings his creative thoughts. One thing certain, Tomcraft is an artist with many talents who knows exactly how to implement them so as to keep us getting spellbound and excited over and over


Solarstone bio

FOverview: For over a decade Solarstone (Richard Mowatt) has been bringing gridlock to dancefloors with a convoy of revered club classics, all-out anthems & critically-acclaimed long-players. As a DJ, he spins weekly at clubs around the planet and for globally-recognized names like Cream, Amnesia, Ministry of Sound, Gatecrasher, Full-On-Ferry, Zouk & numerous others. Releases from Solarstone’s label projects Solaris Recordings, solarSwarm, Crashing Waves & Molecule are instrumental components of his individualistic sets and are consistently supported by the trance & prog spinning elite. Solaris International - his weekly show - enjoys a dedicated fan-base and is broadcast across some 50 FM & Internet stations.

Solarstone – The Music: Originally a 3 piece, Solarstone blazed a trail through the emergent days of trance, founding their name with the club hits like ‘Green Light’ (1995), ‘The Calling’ (1997) and ‘The Impressions EP’ (1998). As the first trance wave peaked in 1999 Solarstone left an indelible mark on the scene with the Top 40 hit ‘Seven Cities’. The track - one of, if not the first Balearic Trance anthems - has been re-released 3 times and has sold in excess of ½ million copies. Remixed in 2002 by Armin van Buuren, its instantly-recognizable sunset-sound legacy can still be heard in tracks today.

Over the following 6 years Solarstone continued to feed the masses with floor-busters like ‘Solarcoaster’ (2003), ‘Speak in Sympathy’ (2004), ‘Eastern Sea’ (2005), ‘Like A Waterfall’ (2006) & ‘The Calling’ (2007). In May 2008 he released ‘RainStarsEternal’ – an album described by DJ Mag as “a consummate all-rounder from the UK’s original trance master”. ‘R.S.E.’ spawned six singles including ‘Spectrum’, ‘4ever’ & ‘Late Summer Fields’ - the latter of which Richard produced, sung and wrote the lyrics for. In the autumn of the following year its remix companion piece ‘RSEMIX’ was released with refashioned tracks from the likes of Ferry Corsten, Probspot, Stan Void, Jaksaw & Pedro del Mar.

June 2010 brought ‘RainStarsEternal’s successor … ‘Touchstone’. The album was a concentrated effort by Richard to chart the inspirations & influences that had gone to make up his musical psyche. They ranged from some of the most famous artists of the last 50 years to some of the most niche & hidden. To date it has generated the singles ‘Slowmotion’, ‘Electric Love’ and the title track (which DJ Mag called “energy-inducing” and Mixmag said was: “essentially the summer of ‘99 recalibrated and refined for 2010”). Its concept was embraced widely by press & fans (with Tilllate calling the album “"fantastic”, “beautifully produced” & “littered with club hits”). As with previous projects the album came with several groundbreaking multimedia angles. These included a revolutionary viral campaign involving the dissemination of Widgets & an online globe (or ‘Mindmap’) which allowed fans to exam all the influences in detail.

On the compilation front in 2006 he released the 99-06 compendium album, ‘AnthologyOne’ and in the spring of 2009 Richard launched his next compilation series, Electronic Architecture. Born from his longstanding love of pop art, it won plaudits and acclaim around the world for its imaginative concept. It was hailed as “a magical blend of music, art and design” by Tilllate Magazine and in March 2010 was nominated for an IDMA award in the Best Full Length Mix category. In July of 2010 Richard had began to compile tracks for a second album in the series, provisionally titled ‘Elec2ronic Architecture’.

Solarstone – The DJ: Solarstone behind a pair of CDJs is something that every electronic dance music lover, planet-wide, should witness at least once in their clubbing careers. Richard brings together a clear love of melody with an intrinsic, perceptive aptitude for floor-quaking performances. Since learning to spin in the late Nineties, he’s played some of the most renowned names (inc. Cream@Amnesia, WMC, Full On Ferry, Ministry of Sound & Gatecrasher) and spun alongside the worlds best-known DJs many times over. Unlike many other spinners he also maintains a huge home-country following, playing almost as much to UK audiences as to ones abroad. Richard's worldwide travels have also taken him to some of the biggest events and festivals across the globe, and also some of the most remote. Over the years these have included islands in the Philippines, bush parties in Australia and massive festivals in the heart of Brazil.