14. 5. 2018
Seth Troxler and VisionQuest announced that they had to cancel their Need I Say More event, which has been, until now, annually held for 12 years in a row, at the renowned venue Old Miami in Detroit.
The reason behind that is supposedly ”beyond the control of ourselves and the venue”, to quote Seth’s slightly unclear but very heartfelt note regarding the cancellation in his Instagram post.
The party, that soon became a major highlight for many techno enthusiasts, had been thrown every year since 2006 by Seth Troxler and Ryan Crosson’s VisionQuest crew. The event’s philosophy was to invite world’s most respected DJs with a truly elite sound, who would take the party-goers on a pure musical adventure full of essence, joy and positivity, in an environment without unnecessary smoke, mirrors and other party add-ons.
Check out Seth Troxler’s statement collaborators below!
Dear Friends, Despite our best efforts and for reasons beyond the control of ourselves and the venue, it is with our deepest regrets to announce that NeedISayMore held at The Old Miami has been cancelled. It seems like only yesterday when we threw the first Need I Say More on the back patio at Agave 13 years ago. A year later we relocated to the now legendary Old Miami where the party took on a whole new meaning and grew to an amazing capacity. Times have changed, we have all changed. We have loved, we have lost, We have discovered the Beauty and hardships of life. The city of Detroit has maybe taken the greatest leap of change. something that we must welcome even in the pain of loss. We would like to thank all of you who have attended our celebration of life and freedom over all these years. Thank you to all the DJs who have provided the soundtrack to some of the greatest moments of these past 12 years. In the words of Don Shlitz "Know when to hold um, know when to fold um, know when to walk away, know when to run” Thank you for the memories, as fondness never fades. Always and forever, – Visionquest \\ Ryan, Shaun, Lee & Seth
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