Palace of Versailles Summer Dance Festival.

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The palace of Versailles is hosting a rave party for the first ever this summer of 2019. The party will take place in the Hall of Mirrors and will feature popular DJs in France. The palace of Versailles teamed up with Ed Banger records to host this event for June 8th. There are three different ticket packages, the cheapest being $25. But of course if one is traveling across the pond or from another country within Europe one is going to have to pay for plane tickets, other transport, hotel/hostel/Airbnb rooms, and other expenditures such as food.
The Versailles has always been a popular place for parties ever since the reign of Louis XIV. The palace has been hosting parties ever since and one of the more popular ones is their masquerade ball, however, this is the first time the palace has hosted a rave with electro dance music. Some of the French DJs attending include Breakbot x Irfane, Myd, and So Me. The main dance will be held in the Hall of Mirrors but the terraces over the gardens will also become dance floors for people to dance to during the night. This festival marks the traditional celebration of the Sun King.

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The festival is being held on June 8th at 10:30 p.m. The tickets costs vary from a basic entry ticket, a VIP, and a Gold Ticket. The entry ticket costs between €22 to €30 (about $25 to $34 USD) for general admission and the VIP ticket cost around €60 (about $68), which includes access to the VIP area and bar, seating, a glass of champagne, and a reserved parking space. The Gold ticket costs around €160 (about $180), which includes access to the Gold lounge and bar, seating, two glasses of champagne, buffet, and a reserved parking space within the park of Versailles. The rest of the event information can be seen on the Versailles website.


A Never Ending Story Remake.

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Who here remembers the Never-Ending Story trilogy? For most of us, this film was a part of our childhood. The magic of a kid escaping his world and into a book’s world while befriending a dragon that helped him on an adventure for an empress was such a classic. Well, I’m here to tell you that there’s a remake of the film in development right now. I know some are you are probably upset that they’re redoing a classic childhood movie but at least wait to see the trailer first before not giving it a chance. You know, don’t knock it ‘til you try it.
For those of you who don’t remember the plot or haven’t seen the movie trilogy yet here’s a plot summary for you. The plot follows the life of a boy named Bastian Balthazar Bux who often faces bullies every day at school. One day he discovers a book that contains a parallel universe. The more he immerses himself in the story the more his life becomes intertwined with the plot of the book. The plot tells the story of a hero who is supposed to save the realm of Fantasia on behalf of an empress. After I saw the A Wrinkle in Time remake, along with the other remakes such as CinderellaBeauty and the Beast, and the Jungle Book I can say that the remake will bring better graphics to the story. Not to worry though, they probably won’t change the plot too much.

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I mainly want to see what Falkor will look like since he was a puppet in the original. I also think this story should be told to a generation that might not know about it yet since it still covers important topics and situations kids face today. Situations like how to deal with bullies and discovering yourself. It also teaches kids that books are a great escape from reality but also great teachers that can help you understand the world around you. Especially if the book character relates to you in some way or you look up to the protagonists in the book. This film is still in development so there won’t be a release date or trailer out anytime soon. That’s all for this blog post ‘til next time Femm readers.

The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me! My name is Cayce McCarthy and I have been writing as an intern for the company Fashion Entertainment Media Magazine (F.E.M.M.) since 2018 and have now ended that internship as of 2019. On my portfolio, there are several blogs that I have published with F.E.M.M. onto their online blog I was an Arts and Entertainment blogger that also covered blogs on music, travel, lifestyle, and fashion. I’m now looking to expand my skills in the journalism field and am looking forward to whatever the future may hold for me. As Tolkien once wrote, “The road goes ever on and on, down from the road from where it began… now far ahead the road has gone, and I must follow if I can.”


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