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Create Your Own Party at the Defqon.1 Weekend Festival Desperados Playground

The Desperados Playground experience allows festival attendees to create your ultimate party experience

Customize your party experiences by voting from among four options of this unique opportunity to create your own party at Defqon.1 Weekend Festival. This came down in the form of a short announcement from Q-Dance on their website. They are calling it the “Desperados Playground“:

The Desperados Playground is the craziest spot at Defqon.1. It’s the place where beer flows every second, kickstarting the party to the most epic levels. Madness is always within reach as we got a crazy line-up standing ready to provide you with insane moments.

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This is just another example of how much spirit there is surrounding the Defqon.1 festival concept. As they well know, “Defcon 1” is the maximum level of military readiness, and the festival is always full of excitement with attendees and artists going to the max. This create your party should take things a level higher.

Option One

A silent disco, bring your own headphones and dance to your own playlist and when your done, take a break and gear up for your next event. At that, this option also features a Hardstyle Karaoke which seems like singing the lyrics to your favorite hardstyle tunes. Think it over, it sounds pretty cool but there are still there more options to consider. Read on for more or cast your vote here.

Option Two

Option two brings the excitement that comes with a costume photo-booth where all attendees can eternalize there crazy festival outfits in a photo. Plan ahead with some crazy outfit ideas here, for some fashion tips by the Australian festival and costume brand Get Yourself Dressed.

After the photo shoot, join in on the action of Wheel of Fortune done Deqon.1 style. Enticing. Wonder what kind of stuff there will be to win. Defqon.1 swag is a possibility.

Option Three

The Sing-A-Long Shower attraction, if you can call it that, is what it is, so if your proud of your singing skills during your shower routine this one is for you. I hope it is as hilarious as it sounds, may not be easy on the eyes or the ears.

Then, there is a ball pit. Pretty attractive idea. So, take a plunge into those festive multi-colored plastic spheres and get buried in the ball pit. Just hang on to your belongings, would be bad enough to lose something in it then have to toss all those balls around to dig out your phone. Yikes, this option just seems like too much fun.

Option Four

The fourth option is a bath tub roller-coaster. Enough said. And their is going to be a cotton-candy maker. Sounds like a carnival experience with more options inside an epic EDM festival. Definitely, sounds fun.

Participate: Vote and Win

Vote from among the four party options from above. Not only will this be the opportunity to elevate your party to your taste, but also it is an opportunity to win prizes. Check out what you can win from the list below.

  • Defqon.1 merchandise package
  • Desperados package
  • Defqon.1 bungee jump

Log-in to your Q-Dance account and proceed to vote for your choice among the options for the “Desperados Playground” at Defqon.1 Weekend Festival. Hurry up and cast your vote. The excitement of the Desperados Playground of Defqon.1 Weekend Festival commences Friday, June 28, 2019 at Walibi Holland in Biddinghuizen, Netherlands.

About Defqon.1 Weekend Festival

First of all, Defqon.1, for short, is a legendary music festival concept by Q-Dance. This festival has two versions: Defqon.1 Weekend Festival in the Netherlands each June, and its bigger brother Defqon.1 Festival Australia each September.

Furthermore, Defqon.1 Weekend Festival is for the “weekend warriors” and each year it brings out quite a crowd, hardstyle fans especially. With camping and several stages of featuring the harder styles in dance music it is truly an immersive experience for 17 years running.

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Eric Niebergall

Eric Niebergall enjoys telling the stories behind the music.

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