Desperados are bringing a deadly new installation to Longitude 2 years ago

Desperados are bringing a deadly new installation to Longitude

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You won't want to miss this.

Finally, Longitude is just around the corner. We can't wait to see artists like Stormzy, Picture This, The Weeknd, Skepta, Mumford & Sons and Jack Garratt tear up the stage at Marlay Park from the 14-16 July.

While the lineup is cracking, it's not all about the main acts this year. There are lots of other cool areas popping up around the festival so don't be afraid to stray away from the main stage.

One of the installations we are particularly excited about is the custom-designed Desperados Inner Tequila Studios which is being described as an ''industrial space at Longitude where music, art, fashion and Desperados collide!''.

Sounds pretty nifty huh?

Music is going to be the main part of the studios with Desperados recruiting a host of local club night legends to take to the decks including Tara Stewart from 2FM and Cáit from DIP who will keep you dancing into the wee hours.

You'll even be able to control the tunes through an industrial pulley note system above the dance floor. All you have to do is scrawl down the tune you're looking for and send it straight to the DJ booth. Very fancy indeed.

Or, if you want to get your creative juices flowing you can also create some funky bespoke prints with the help of Damn Fine Print. The studio’s walls themselves will become screen prints for bespoke tees and totes.

Festival goers can also add special ingredients to create their very own personalised Desperados drink. Right, that's it, Desperados Inner Tequila Studios we are coming for you.

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