Desperados’ aim is to push the boundaries of party experimentation to its limits and curate new experiences that are way out of the norm. Earlier this year, we were blown-away by the Soundstage experiment Desperados had created in collaboration with KiNK, that featured eight DIY sound-systems from eight different countries. But this September, for its sixth edition, their concept is a total game changer. Located amidst the twilights of Italy’s charming city of love, Venice, the city will only be about shenanigans, music and partying.
Desperados came up with a creative way to party by launching ‘Find Your Dancefloor’ Campaign, urging party people around the world to find their dancefloors and party in the most unusual spots in their homes, workplace, and even public places. The experiment will lead to the world’s deepest dancefloor — an immersive world deep inside Europe’s deepest pool, proving that a dancefloor can be found anywhere.
Imagined by Desperados and produced by party legends elrow on September 15th, ‘Deep House’ is a once in a lifetime experience in a secret location in the heart of Venice, that will make you submerge into an underwater world full of vibrant colors. With the Sea Trek diving helmet, you’ll be dancing to a solid line-up of world-class acts.
Headlining the experiment is none other than the Korean, giraffe-fascinated house DJ/producer Peggy Gou, who'll be joined behind the decks by the esteemed British Artwork, and elrow residents George Privatti and Mario Biani.
So how deep do you think you will go?