Since 1978 Baltic Battle have brought men and boys, masters and slaves, pigs, dogs, bikers, bears, leather men, rubber punks, sport guys and overall cool guys together from all across Europe and Scandinavia - and so we do once again!

Scandinavian Leather Men Stockholm is proud to invite you to the Baltic Battle 2016 – Main Battle!


WHEN
Saturday, September 24th, 2016 at Nobelberget, open from 22:00 to 03:00.


TICKETS
Buy your tickets here!

Make sure to buy your ticket in advance, we'll not sell any tickets at the door this year.

We have two tickets, one "Members ticket" for our full year members, 250 SEK (SLM, ToE or ECMC), and one "Non-members ticket" for others, 350 SEK (including SLM Temporary members).

For ticket type "Members ticket" you must show your valid membership card at the entrance of Nobelberget or you will need to top up for a "Non-members ticket"!

Wardrobe fee is included in ticket price.


LOCATION
A stone's throw from Södermalm is Nobelberget - a powerful, unique and outstanding complex. In Akzo Nobel's old premises, they have renovated gymnastic halls and conference facilities to the city's most unique cultural and event venue. A place for progressive culture in a new and different physical space.


HOW TO GET THERE
Take the Saltsjöbanan from Slussen to Sickla.
Take the bus from Slussen to Sickla, Sickla Bro or Sickla Allé.
Take the tram (Tvärbanan) from Gullmarsplan (Metro station) to Sickla Udde.

The address is Nobelberget, Sickla industriväg 6, 131 34 Nacka


DRESSCODE
To join us at the Baltic Battle 2016 – Main Battle you need to be dressed up in Leather, Rubber, Uniform, Skinhead, Sports gear, Workman, Jocks or MC.

We don't accept the "Basic requirement" - the combination of jeans with a T-shirt/tank-top.

Please respect the dress code, the tickets are non-refundable, so be on the safe side, give your outfit an extra boost to avoid being denied admission. It’s always the staff in the entrance that approves if you are sufficiently dressed or not.

Find out more about our dress code here!


DJ'S

Andreas Barth (also know as DJ Discarded) is well know in the Swedish fetisch scene. Resident DJ for Dekadance and SLM Stockholm and also active in the Swedish underground scene.

Expect techno inspired from the dark and sweaty dancefloors of Berlin when Andreas Barth stands behind the decks. SLM is happy to once again let him fill your Baltic Battlle night with hedonistic, minimal and hard beats.

A preview of what you're going to hear from Andreas Barth: Techno set Jun 2016

*****

Carl af Bösse (Carl Lindeberg) have a big interest in music, always been making music and played in bands, so a couple of years ago he also wanted to try his wings as a DJ. Nowadays he plays at several gay clubs, but SLM is where he started his career as a DJ.

Coming from the indie scene, his sets usually ends Up to be a mix of indie music, disco and songs from all the electronic music genres. But when he play at SLM he always go extra dark and dirty. He try to create a groovy, sexy atmosphere that suits the dance floor as well as the darkrooms, building up the energy step by step during the night.

*****

Kliin (Krzysztof Karlsson, born in Bydgoszcz, Poland) is a DJ, VJ and club promoter active in the Swedish underground scene.

Since the mid-1990’s, he has been spinning records and organising a variety of events, ranging from underground techno clubs to refined ambient bars. He is a resident DJ at SLM Stockholm and has his own techno gay club called URANUS. His DJ sets include raw stomping, distorted stepping, industrial atmospheric Techno.

A preview of what you're going to hear from Kliin: Uranus mission #1

*****

Pamela (Leal Viñals) began her DJ career in 1994 and has mainly been performing at the gay scene since then.

She is the only female DJ who played on the Baltic Battle and at SLM Stockholm – ”Which is a strictly Boys party, where Pamela has been playing behind a black plastic cover around the DJ booth!”

Pamela is characterized by its Chilean roots and the Latin-American music culture since childhood and that is her passion in music. But she also loves House which you can here on her sets!

The basic style has always been House music, where her heart is. She loves the sound images that House offers; everything from a singing drag as Celeda, heavy rhythms of Chus & Ceballos, piano loops by Kerri Chandler, loops of Murk, rhythm sessions of Wally Lopez, evocative sound of Joris Voorn and everything in between!

A preview of what you're going to hear from Pamela: DJ Pamela February/March 2016


© Copyright 2016 Scandinavian Leather Men Stockholm
Wollmar Yxkullsgatan 18, 118 50 Stockholm, Sweden