Giorgio Moroder, Armand Van Helden & More To Bring The 70’s To ‘I Feel Love’ Event

first_imgOn September 9 and 10, New York is going back in time, to when nightlife was about more than which club had the most lasers, who bought the biggest bottles, and which superstar DJ the crowd would be Instagramming. ‘I Feel Love’ promises to transport attendees to the disco era, promising a ‘groundbreaking immersive experience’ that sounds like Studio 54 mixed with Sleep No More in an abandoned warehouse in Brooklyn.Details about the mysterious event are scarce, but it is not for the faint of heart. Potential ticket buyers are warned “this event is not recommended for attendees who are not comfortable standing, walking, climbing stairs, being touched, interacting with participants, or being alone”. A warning like makes you wonder what exactly may be in store for the evening.While ‘I Feel Love’ is focusing on the experience, it doesn’t mean the line-ups aren’t completely stacked. Headlining both nights is legendary disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder, responsible for the event’s namesake track ‘I Feel Love’, along with a slew of hits including ‘Hot Stuff’, ‘Bad Girls’, ‘Last Dance’, ‘On The Radio’, ‘Flashdance…What A Feeling’, and, more recently his Daft Punk collaboration, ‘Giorgio by Moroder’. If you listened to music in the 70’s or watched a movie in the 80’s (Scarface, Top Gun) – you heard Giorgio. Supporting him are the likes of Armand Van Helden, Jackmaster, Soul Clap, Oliver, and former Studio 54 resident Nicky Siano.Tickets for this once in a lifetime event are available now at the official website.last_img read more

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