elrow announces line up for New York Summer Festival at Brooklyn Mirage
elrow New York Summer Festival Brooklyn Mirage 2022
On Saturday, July 23rd, the world’s most vividly imaginative and colorful party will return to New York City’s Brooklyn Mirage. Far Rowest’s twisted Wild Wild West theme features 10+ hours of music across two stages with indoor and outdoor dancing, special sunset sets, and much more! Soundtracked by special guest Paco Osuna, along with Cloonee, Francis Mercier, Honeyluv, Franky Rizardo, Jean Pierre, Joshwa, Martin Ikin, Mele, Neo, Shermanology, Toni Varga with more to come. Following a sold-out presale, limited tickets are now available to the general public here.
elrow is well-known throughout the world for its out-of-this-world production and spectacularly immersive themes. It’s a carnival experience unlike any other, a sensory overload that transports you a million miles away from everyday life. When the team arrives in town, no expense is spared, and this time it is at the brand-new Brooklyn Mirage. The Wild Wild West theme means you can expect all manner of cowboy designs, Western props, and vibrant decor that will transport you into another world.
elrow is an award-winning experiential event concept and party series founded in 2010 by Cruz and Juan Arnau Lasierra, the sixth generation of a business dynasty that also created the Monegros Festival and the legendary Club Florida 135 in Fraga, Spain.
Elrow has taken the world by storm with their unforgettable party style, pairing elaborate production, interactive performers, and zany characters with the best electronic music, establishing them as a global reference for circus inspired parties, with tickets to the visual spectaculars usually selling out in minutes, from their headquarters in Barcelona.
Elrow’s zeitgeist is comprised of a plethora of different themes and concepts, with sub-brands such as ‘Rowlympics,’ their own take on the Olympic games, their Brazilian jungle carnival theme, ‘Sambodromo de Brasil,’ and flag-ship theme ‘Singermorning.’