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Embrace the disco era with a boogie in the park

Ayios Demetrios’ park in Nicosia will be transformed into a party zone on Friday night. The theme is disco, so get ready to be taken back to those glitzy days of the 70s and 80s and boogie like you just don’t care.

The Disco at The Park event will see Fibonacci Events and the ‘spirits’ of the park come together to open a new Dis(co)nnection playground. This is a playground for everyone. The aim? To disconnect from our everyday woes and connect to our inner disco bliss by sharing the sounds of 70s and 80s classics. Just as music from the era revolutionised the music scene and created a vibe that uplifts us every time, the park will also revolutionise our idea of a park and how much fun we can have there.

Surrounded by trees, stars and disco lights, DJs Marcos and Aristodemos will provide the groovy rhythms from 7pm all the way until 12.30am – and get us in the weekend mood. This free event won’t just offer an awesome disco sound, but also street food – provided by Serial Griller and Vouttin, that will be serving up vegan dishes – a vinyl sale and handmade jewellery from Kalliroi Workshop to add sparkle to your summer.

Disco was inspired by an underground movement in 1969 which expanded into a revolution transcending racial, gender and sexual orientation barriers. A phenomenon that changed the world forever and gave us all the freedom to express ourselves. So, make sure you wear comfortable shoes because you will be dancing to the beat of songs like I Feel Love, Oh What a Night, You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real), and We are Family.

Disco in the Park
Disco music, street food, vinyl and handmade jewellery sale. July 13. Ayios Demetrios Park, Nicosia. 7pm-12.30am. Free. Tel: 99-530306

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