The Lightning Society Presents the Courtesan’s Voyage

Written by Cameron Clark on February 2, 2015

 

“Meet me at Pier 40. Wear something sexy yet sophisticated that exemplifies the Moulin Rouge.
Don’t ask questions.”

Not your average party instructions, but then again, the Lightning Society’s Moulin Rouge-inspired Courtesan’s Voyage over the weekend wasn’t your average party.  Upon boarding, guests were greeted with a sign reading: “’The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.’ – Moulin Rouge”

With DJs on every floor, a mass of people dressed in fishnets, corsets, covered in body paint, and packing the bars, plus a Francis Stalling aerial performance, the Hornblower Infinity truly transformed into a 19th Century French cabaret. While Ewan MacGregor and Nicole Kidman didn’t make an appearance, everyone had a good time. Plus, proceeds from the event benefited Abilitylist.org and The American Heart Association.

DJs Included:
Reda Briki | https://soundcloud.com/redabrik
Isaiah Martin | https://soundcloud.com/ultrafi
Alex Cruz | https://soundcloud.com/alexcruz
Me2Me2 | https://soundcloud.com/me2me2
David Kiss + NSR (The Deep) | https://soundcloud.com/davidkiss & https://soundcloud.com/iamNSR
Alex Graham | https://soundcloud.com/alxgrm
David Hohme | http://soundcloud.com/hohme

Check out more from the event, including photos, on No Fear of Missing Out‘s website.

About the Lightning Society
The Lightning Society is a platform for both creative collaboration and charitable initiatives. Our mandate is to electrify community based organizations focused on for challenging social issues with a particular focus on education and networking.

Our first year goal is to host three, amazingly unique, one of a kind experiences we will stage this year. Each event is themed around the ideals of love, compassion, and generosity of spirit.

To date beneficiary organizations have included: The American Heart Association, Mythic Bridge, Abilitylist.org, and LessCancer.org to name a few.

Learn more at www.facebook.com/lightningsociety