#TBT Party - 90's Turkish Pop
27 September 21:00 - Studio

Zorlu PSM Studio proudly introduces a brand new party series to cheer Thursday nights up! TBT Party – 90’s Turkish Pop will be revisiting some of the favorite Turkish pop anthems from Kenan Doğulu to Ajda Pekkan to MFÖ to sing along, dance to and have fun together at the magical atmosphere of Studio. The first party of the blooming series will be on September 27! Don’t miss out!

 

September
27
21:00
The minimum age limit for the performance is 18.
  The minimum age limit for the performance is 18.  
Minor audience members (-18) can attend the event with their parents (mother/father)
  Minor audience members (-18) can attend the event with their parents (mother/father)  
No food or beverage is allowed inside the performance venue.
  No food or beverage is allowed inside the performance venue.  
Standing
  Standing  
Entrance to the performance with professional audio and video recording devices is strictly prohibited.
  Entrance to the performance with professional audio and video recording devices is strictly prohibited.  
Wheel chaired audience members can attend the event.
  Wheel chaired audience members can attend the event.  
Studio

Another multi-purpose place within Zorlu Performans Sanatları Merkezi is the Studio... 300 m2 big and with its changing capacity of 110 to 500 people, the saloon is opened for different activities. With its high equipped control and cutting rooms, the place enables symphonic and film music records in world standards, VIP solo music performances and recitals, press conferences, meeting events with the artists, rehearsals, workshops and coaching to the artists.

The Studio has hosted many well-known artist's recordings, rehearsals and press conferences up to know. It hosted many world stars such as Kenan Doğulu, Hugh Jackman, Fazıl Say, Russel Crowe and continues hosting.

Also defined as a new born concert place inside the PSM, the Studio started to become a place to many boutique concerts such as Elif Çağlar's and Xjazz Festival. It is also like a cut out for the theaters plays black box typed presentations...