Five Reasons Why Disneyland Should Sponsor a 24-Hour, Park-Wide Rave
Matt Oliver/OC Weekly
Ever wonder what would happen if Disneyland had a 24-hour rave? Every Kandy kid, EDM fan and old-school raver would unite for a historic, glowstick dance-a-thon. E-tards would finally get the chance to ask Mickey Mouse, "Have you seen Molly?" Electro junkies have gathered in stadiums, water parks,harbor ports, convention centers and enormous state parks, so what makes Disneyland so farfetched? Here are our five reasons why the Happiest Place on Earth would make local ravers the happiest people on earth if they decided to open their gates for a full day of dance music.
1. Designated Themes Already Exist
Yes, dubstep claims Tomorrowland for this event. The alien-like sounds of future being projected from such artist like Nero, Magnetic Man and 12th Planet go together like Winnie the Pooh and the 1990s. Insomniac Events, the leader in American EDM festivals, has already brought us Nocturnal Wonderland, Beyond Wonderland, Escape from Wonderland and White Wonderland. Time for a little Alice in Wonderland perhaps? These supreme dance parties hold multiple stages, hosting coinciding themes. Disney is already cooperating in that department thanks by having famous themed sectors like Frontierland, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Toontown ready to go. In this format, we could see a rave inside of a rave.
2. Cast Members Were Into the Dress-Up Thing Long Before Ravers
Disney is the true champion of having a devoted squad of costumed performers and staff. With a plethora of astonishing dancers, having performances with DJs isn't just a natural idea, it's necessary for the continuation of mankind. Can you imagine Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald Duck, Tigger, and the rest of the crew dancing to Skrillex, Tiesto, Avicii, Rusko or Daviud Guetta? Wonderful...