Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a pair of Australian twins decided to build the world’s smallest mobile nightclub, which set a Guinness World Record.
Harry Labrakis, an electronic music DJ who records his own music under the moniker Harry Nathan. His twin brother is Evangelos “Boonie” Labrakis. He transformed a corrugated metal garden shed into a miniature nightclub dubbed the “Doof Shed” after a famous slang phrase for a dance party.
A Pioneer DJ setup, focused sound system, clever lighting, and a smoke machine are all included in the shed.
Members of the public were able to reserve the Doof Shed for their own dance parties through a raffle sponsored by the brothers.
Evangelos Labrakis said, “Nightclubs are all about the doof for me, which is why it’s called the Doof Shed. When voters cast their ballots, they can choose the show they want to see.”
The five-foot club can fit up to seven people.
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