Disorient & Space Pirates Present: 20,000 BEATS UNDER THE SEA
THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT. We are sorry to everyone who missed out, but there are no more tickets available.
20,000 BATS IN THE BELFRY: 20KBUTS afterparty hosted by Bat Country
We promise 20,000 BEATS UNDER THE SEA is the first of many Disorient & Space Pirates events in Philadelphia.
Please be sure to visit our website http://disorient.com to find out about our future parties and projects around the world. Please join the Disorient Facebook group, and invite your friends: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2388229607
Disorient & Kostume Kult team up to bring you Black & Light Ball 5 on Saturday, May 15th in Times Square.
Since the last 5 Disorient events have reached capacity, you know what to do now to guarantee entry:
20,000 BEATS UNDER THE SEA:
a Disorient sea and space odyssey
Costume Party So Underground, It's Under Water~
Come dressed to digress~
Spearheaded by our local Space Pirates crew, Disorient presents its Philadelphia party premiere--a fundraiser for the 10th year of the Disorient theme camp at Burning Man.
Special thanks to our beloved family members at The Philadelphia Experiment for all their support of our Philly debut. Like Burning Man, this is a LEAVE NO TRACE event. Thank you for cleaning up after yourself.
To guarantee a top quality experience, we do not plan to sell tickets at the door. As Disorient parties (especially with an aquatic theme) and Philly burner parties have tended to sell out lately, please get your tickets well in advance. This event is 21+.
$12 early bird (sold out)
$15 limited (sold out)
$20 regular (sold out)
Arrow Chrome (Disorient, NYC)
Big Jawn (PEX/Playloop, Philly)
DJ Balls (Disorient, Brazil)
Dr. Ew & John Bean (Baroque, Philly)
Everyday (PEX/Playloop, Philly)
Friar Tuck (Disorient/House of Hearts, Brooklyn)
Ginkgo (Feet Active, Philly)
Lee Mayjahs? (PEX/Playloop, Philly)
Mighty Mike Saga (Headcase_Digital, Philly)
Mjollnir (Optimystics/EMP, Philly)
Pos (Nightwerks, NYC)
Reda Briki (Annaba/Disorient, NYC)
Shaggy2K (Disorient/Space Pirates, Philly)
Subsector (Disorient/Space Pirates/Optimystics, Philly)
Vorpal Visions VJ Collective (Philly): static, psyberdelix pxebot, teejay http://vorpalvisions.com
VJ Lenkadu (Boston) http://lenkadu.com
VJ Nolij (Philly)
Flower Girl (Philly)
Mermaid Kissing Pool (Space Pirates, Philly)
Dr. Adventure Ring Master (Avatars of Awesome, Philly)
Hipnosis (Tribal Belly Dance Troupe, Philly)
Nava Szwergold (Aerial Silks, Philly)
Gina Renee & Corey Bechelli (Charm/Strange Experience, Philly)
Sophia Hoffer-Perkins (Performance Artist, Disorient/Space Pirates, Philly)
The Bex (Urban Hoop Ballet, Brooklyn)
Erin Flanigan, Lex Peters & Sasha Wright (Acrobatic Yoga, Philly) http://youtube.com/watch?v=7BSVid-6cx4
Logan Grendel, Julia Alekberova & Amanda Gilmore (Shadow Dance Tunnel, NYC)
ART - Installations and other cool stuff to look out for:
Archedream for Humankind (Philly)
Tesla Lightning Art by the Tesla Inventors Club (Philly)
D1S0RIENT LED sign (Disorient, NYC)
Black Light Chandeliers & UV Starfish by Lowroad (Disorient, Brooklyn)
Shadow Dance Tunnel by Vanessa Boyd & Logan Grendel (NYC)
Glowing Underwater Causeway by Logan Grendel & Red (NYC)
Starfish Inflatable Sculpture by Anakin Koenig Airways (Brazil) http://www.akairways.com
Aquatic Life Spiral Mobile by Marina Tsaplina (Disorient, Berlin)
Luminous Krill by James Vogel (Disorient, Queens)
Sea Urchins by Britelite (Disorient/Kostume Kult, NYC)
Bioluminescent Squid, Jellyfish and Seaweed by Mushroom Greg (Kostume Kult, NYC)
Jellyfish by Paul Nagle (Kostume Kult, NYC)
Jellyfish and Tentacles by The Space Pirates (Philly)
Black light-reactive paintings by Stephanie Calvert & David Ort (Animus, Brooklyn)
Black Light Murals by Zoran Crnkovic (Queens) http://zorancity.tripod.com/buddhawantsyou/id10.html
Puddle Chill Lounge (Disorient/Space Pirates, Philly/Brooklyn/Syracuse)
Interactive performances, games and sculpture
Space Pirates are fans of sustainable decorating. Recycled, re-purposed and re-directed art and materials made and installed just for you!
Much more to come!
Photos from Disorient presents: GLAMTECH by talented burner Marc Whalen in Time Out NY:
Disorient has very few rules, but two require declaration and elaboration:
1. Respect personal boundaries.
2. Take responsibility for your own experience.
The interplay of these two rules forms a social contract that makes our events safe places to explore your own boundaries while encouraging respect for each other. Talk to those around you about anything that makes you uncomfortable.
By attending our events, you agree to follow these rules. Violating these community values could result in your removal from our events. Please click here to read more about personal boundaries.
Fishtown address will be announced to ticketholders shortly before the event.
The City of Brotherly Love
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|