The Longest DJ Set in History Will Take Place in Quarantined Italy

The ultimate concert during quarantine is about to take place. This DJ set will be titled the longest DJ set ever to take place. This will all happen later this month during Italy’s mandatory quarantine. 

In Milan, there are a plethora of DJ’s living in the residencies at the Temple of Lost Future. They’ve come together to beat a world record and produce a 240-hour DJ set, which will include 340 hours of uninterrupted music straight from the Temple. They will also relay conversations regarding COVID-19 and how it’s impacted the community. This will begin today, March 20th, and jam until April 3rd.

Some of the calls will include Enrico Sangiuliano, Lele Sacchi, Neil Landstrumm, Nerone, Fabrizio Rat, and more. Promoters of cities like Berlin, Paris, London, Hong Kong, Miami, and many more will be contacted as well. 

The goal is to beat the current world record that Nigeria won in 2016 with 240 hours. This incredible Italian win would be dedicated to 

“Italian health and medical personnel who in these days are saving thousands of lives by enduring truly admirable physical and professional efforts.”

If you want to learn more about this incredible effort, click here.

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