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Lotus Eaters: Cosmic Dance Floor Part 2 @ BirdCage

We invite you to the second coming of Lotus Eaters: Cosmic Dance Floor - Birdcage Friday 9th August

Lotus Eaters are a member of a people represented by Homer as living in a state of dreamy forgetfulness and idleness as a result of eating the fruit of the lotus. "A person who spends their time indulging in pleasure and luxury rather than dealing with practical concerns".

You can witness the Lotus Eater in their natural habitat easily as they do not like to wander far from Tay Ho. On this night we shall construct a Galaxy Themed Dance Floor to ensure their dreamy ambience.

Friday, 9 August

11:59pm - 5:00am

BirdCage | Alley 264 Au co. 1st junction turn right, Hanoi

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