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Happy Hour at Peggy Guggenheim Museum

Monday is the worst day of the week: five days of work are coming and the weekend seems far away an…yet you will change your mind!

Rendez- vous at the Peggy Guggenheim Museum on 9, 16 and 23 of May for the most appreciated event by local people, when art, live music and fun meet together…in a world happyspritz@guggenheim!

Only 7 euro to enter in the suggestive location, for a unique aperitif from 7 to 9.30 in the evening . Jazz music, rock, black, electro, indie, post-punk, hip hop and latin sounds will be the background music of your chatting, with great artists coming from all over the world. Four soirée to discover the treasures at Peggy home drinking your cocktail in a charming atmosphere…you will long for the Monday to arrive!

Here there’s the program:

Monday 9 May – Happy Spritz Rock with Eva Poles (Prozac+, Rezophonic), classic revival mixed by Ricky Russo with the hit underground and finally Dj Stoner will play Gypsy music of the Balkans.

Monday 16 May – rythms more hip hop, r&b and reggae will be played by Dj Doubles, BQ:RAM and Miguel Selekta

Monday 23 May – Dj Spiller and DJ Ca$hmere will perform with disco, black and deep sounds.

Located on Venice’s Grand Canal, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection is one of Europe’s premier museums devoted to modern art. With masterpieces ranging in style from Cubism and Surrealism to Abstract Expressionism, the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni was donated to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation by Peggy Guggenheim . She used to say that it was her duty to protect the art of her own time, and she dedicated half of her life to this mission, as well as to the creation of the museum that still carries her name. She used to say: “It has always been taken for granted that Venice is the ideal city only for honey moon but this it’s a big mistake: living in Venice, or simply visit it, it means to fall in love with it and to fill your heart with it.”

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