Last Saturday night in Lisbon had so much animation to offer. The one that is known to be a crazy party of Ibiza went to the Portuguese capital, for its first party in the format Psychedelic Trip.
The highlight as expected, for the event, goes to the decoration. All created in huge detail, for a single night, with a stage full of color, and symbolisms, of great plastic (artistic) content thus referring the public easily into a psychedelic environment. With a great animation team, and plenty of inflatable props as is the habit in a typical Elrow party.
With a single space, prepared at the Congress Center of Lisbon, the lineup as expected fitted perfectly the atmosphere, creating one involving the public in another dimension. With Paco Osuna as headliner, one of the world’s most reputable artists in electronic music, and with great connections to the Portuguese public, counting with various booking in the sunny county that is Portugal. Making him a very cherished artist and most acclaimed by the Portuguese.
Tini Gessler who preceded him, infected public with all his energy. On the other hand, another Spaniard, Toni Varga, with a captive place within the elrow family, assuming the standards as always. The opening was the responsibility of the duo John-E & Glove, and soon one of the greatest Portuguese artists, Frank Maurel, with an amazing career, going from the mythical Rock’s to Street Parade in Zurich and through other performances in fascinating places. Paul Ritch, the French artist who is soon to a father, closed the party in a warm way. Also noteworthy for Pedro Vasconcelos, who in room 2, had strong support from the public, which reveals his moment of form.
The organization of the event was in partnership with LX Music and Neopop, standing out in a positive way, in all aspects from a ventilation to the acoustics of the space, also the fluidity in the bars and in the queues to buy token’s.
However, it is not a first presence of elrow in Portuguese lands, having received a showcase at The BPM Festival, last year in the Algarve.