In past year we heard of raves being held in the most unusual places, from ice glaciers, caves, deserts, to ancient ruins, old castles and forts.
What about a rave in active volcano?
Well, two years ago we recall a mission of Greek artists that met musically for the first time and improvise for 10 hours and 34 minutes. In this unprecedented experiment, fifteen musicians will take part at the heart of a unique natural landscape, at the base of an enormous volcano crater, 300 metres in diameter, in Nisyros, one of the most remote places in Greece. Together they will create a musical composition based on many hours of improvisation on site.
What do you think about throwing a rave there? Let us know what’s the perfect place to rave in the comments below.