Abel Ramos: Thurs 7/28/11 [Glow at Lima]

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Monday, June 20, 2011, 9:20pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:58pm) Add comments

GLOW Washington DC presents:

Abel Ramos

Opening set by Omid S

Thursday July 23, 2011
Lima Restaurant and Lounge
1401 K Street, NW
Washington D.C., DC 20001
(202) 789-2800 ‎

Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

DJ Chus, Lissat & Voltaxx – Vuela Paloma (Abel Ramos & Raul Cremona Iberican Remix) *Preview* by Abel Ramos

Quick Facts

From: Spain

Style: Tribal, progressive house

Famous Tracks: David Guetta – Stay (Abel Ramos Remix), David Guetta Ft Kelly Rowland – When Love Takes Over (Abel Ramos Paris With Love Remix), Abel Ramos ft. Rozalla – Where is the love, Abel Ramos & Miss Melody vs EBTG – Missing Rotterdam (Axwell Bootleg)

Best Known For: Being named 2009’s breakthrough DJ of the year by Roger Sanchez.

Ya like Roger Sanchez, Robbie Rivera and Chus & Ceballos? You’ll love Abel Ramos. With support from Axwell and David Guetta, the guy’s music does the talking!


About Abel Ramos

When a house music legend like Roger Sanchez names his Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2009, it’s time to sit up and take notice – meet Abel Ramos.

Born in February 1973 and raised in Madrid, Abel started DJing at a local club, aged just 15, playing anything that was synth-driven from Human League to Nitzer Ebb or Acid House.

It didn’t take long for Abel to establish himself as one of Spain’s most talented DJs, catching the ears of thousands along the way and winning awards such as Best National DJ from Spain’s answer to Mixmag, ‘Deejay Magazine’, gaining top gigs for the likes of Sensation, Rock In Rio, Global Gathering, and frequenting places as far afield as Australia. Abel has also established his SOLO event, which now attracts over 5000 people to the yearly show.

Not content with just playing the music of his heroes to local fans, Abel started producing music, which meant his sound could now reach audiences outside of the Spanish borders. It wasn’t long before Abel’s hard, techy beats were catching the attention of producers and labels throughout the world, including Swedish hotshot Axwell, who signed one of his first productions, ‘Rotterdam City of Love’ to his label, Axtone, after hearing the track being played in a club in Madrid. This track really opened up Abel’s sound to a generation of new producers: the groove just worked on the floor and everybody wanted a piece of the action.

Axwell was also instrumental in getting Abel’s remix of Fatboy Slim’s ‘Right Here, Right Now’ signed to Skint, as the Swedish House Mafia were playing it continuously in their sets. Soon label head of Skint, Dave Philpot, was being bombarded with requests to license the track and he requested a copy to play to Norman Cook, who liked it so much he decided to give it an official release.

Then when Abel didn’t think it was possible for things to get any better, an email arrived in his inbox from David Guetta, expressing how much he liked his work and asking him if he would be interested in remixing two of his tracks, ‘When Love Takes Over’ and ‘Sexy Bitch’. Both went on to sell thousands of copies around the world, making Abel one of the most in-demand remixers in the world.

Not content with setting dancefloors on fire with his DJing skills and productions, Abel also infects the radio waves, hosting a weekly radio program called Concept Music on one of Spain’s most popular radio stations, LocaFM.

2010 has been a year loaded with work for Abel Ramos. Following his intense workload as remixer, he has finally set aside valuable time in the study to concentrate on his own production’s. This material will mainly be released on his With Love Music, imprint in collaboration with Spinnin’Records. The first release “Dream Come True” featuring UK vocalist Erire has captivated the attention of many of his peers.
Some of the highlights so far have been his productions for Toolroom, King Street Sound, Juicy Music and Nervous, as remixer and the releasing original material.
Not forgetting his Dj performances around the globe appearances at festivals and clubs such as Rock In Madrid, Global Gathering Poland, Amnesia Ibiza, Stereo Montreal, Queen Paris, Space Miami, Roxy Prague or Discotheque Moscow, to name a few. In addition to realizing his first tour in Brazil with 10 performances at some of the best clubs in the country.
With all the above already to his name, like the S-Man predicted, Abel is more than capable of making it to the top.


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DJ Dirty Hands: Fri 7/22/11 [Pop at Ultrabar]

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Monday, June 20, 2011, 9:14pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:58pm) Add comments

Pop Nightlife DC presents:

DJ Dirty Hands

Opening Set by DJ Geometrix

Friday July 22, 2011
Ultrabar Nightclub
911 F St NW
Washington D.C., DC 20004
(202) 638-4663

Doors Open at 9pm | Ages 18+

DJ Dirty Hands

Arguably the best DJ in DC, at one point Dirty Hands was raking in as much money spinning local parties as first year associates make at Willkie Farr!

The man with the muddy palms even went ahead and opened up his own venue, the ultra chic Fly Lounge in Midtown! Over the years he has spun for all the big celebs, whether it’s been after parties, opening, birthdays, whatever… if he’s not at 30,000 feet he’l behind the decks rockin out!



DJ Geometrix Original Production & Remixes by DJ Geometrix

Panorama Productions Resident DJ Geometrix is one of DC’s finest. Not only does he hold weekly spots at Pop @ Ultrabar and the hip-hop room at Glow @ Fur; he is also a co-director of the B2R (Back to Rock) Music School’s Beat Refinery in Herndon, VA.


The Vault (House)

You Are The S&M (DBK REBOOT) by DBK
Dirty House Mix by DBK

Ultrabar Nightclub in Washington DC was once a bank, and this is The Vault! In addition to a bar and dance floor, the Vault features a hall lined with couches, sunken chairs and intimate escapes in case you meet the love of your life on a Friday night!


The Bedroom (Latin)

DJ Suelto – Reggaeton Quick Mix May 2011 by DJ SUELTO
BACHATA mix (04.19.10) by DJ SUELTO

DJ Suelto spins every Tuesday at Lima, Wednesday at Barcode and Friday at Ultrabar!


Mario Salsa feeling the rhythm in the Bedroom at Ultrabar DC

With Mario Salsa on the congas, DJs Suelto and Bomba bring the hype every Friday to The Bedroom at Ultrabar for Pop’s Latin/International party. Whether its bang-out reggaeton or couples moving to the smooth rhythms of salsa and bachata, The Bedroom at Ultrabar Nightclub in Washington DC is a huge weekly draw!


Chroma (VIP)

DJ Lion L spins the best of Top 40, House and Hip-Hop on Ultrabar's VIP floor!



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Sundress Party: Sat 7/16/11 [Ladies Night at Ultrabar]

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Monday, June 20, 2011, 8:19pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:58pm) Add comments

Sundress Party smallPanorama Productions presents:

Sundress Party Sat.

Main Set by DJ Saam

Saturday July 16, 2011

Ultrabar Nightclub

911 F St NW

Washington D.C., DC 20004

(202) 638-4663

Doors Open at 9pm | Ages 18+


Sundress PartyThe smell of flowers is in the air and the sun is shining bright! There’s no better feeling than when the cold weather is finally over and summer attire is in full effect. That’s why we think it’s time for a sundress party!

Ladies, head to your closet, brush the dust off your dresses, and find the perfect sexy sundress for this Saturday night. After all, it is Ladies’ Night and the weather is right; what better a time than now to rock the city in something sexy and cute! Need some sundress tips? Find some advice DC Clubbing style here.

Don’t forget, Ladies’ Night at Ultrabar means an open bar 9-10pm and free shots for ladies (21+) on the main floor at midnight when “Shots” by LMFAO comes on!


DJ Saam

Panorama Productions Resident DJ Saam keeps the dance floor going crazy!

After exploding on to the scene in July of 2007, DJ Saam has quickly become one of Washington DC’s most popular sensations. His eclectic, unique, and fast-paced style truly makes his mixing stand out above the rest. His unparalleled mixture and combination of Hip-Hop, Top 40, House and International music makes Saam one of the most versatile DJs in the Country. His hard work, determination, and drive has earned him praise from some of the best in the industry, Including DJ Phlipz, Bikram Keith (Jay Sean’s tour DJ) and DJ Enferno (Madonna’s Tour DJ).


The Vault (The House Tribe)

Ultrabar Nightclub in Washington DC was once a bank, and this is The Vault! In addition to a bar and dance floor, the Vault features a hall lined with couches, sunken chairs and intimate escapes in case you meet the love of your life on a Friday night!


The Bedroom (International)

A lot of DJs play music .. DJ Mario is a party!


Chroma (VIP)

DJ Ramzy keeps the crowd rocking in Chroma! A relative newcomer on the DC scene, see what DJ Ramzy has to offer up for a wild Saturday night.



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Cosmic Gate w/ Wippenberg: Sat 7/16/11 [Glow at Fur]

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Monday, June 20, 2011, 8:17pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 8:20pm) Add comments

GLOW Washington DC presents:

Cosmic Gate


Saturday July 16, 2011
Fur Nightclub
33 Patterson St NE
Washington D.C., DC
(202) 842-3401

Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

Quick Facts


Style: Trance, Progressive

Famous Tracks: CG: Firewire, Exploration of Space, The Wave, Not Enough Time, Barra, The Drums, everything they make is effin hot. | Wippenberg: Chakalaka, Super8 & Tab – Needs to Feel (Wippenberg Remix), 100 w/ Nic Chagall and Rank 1.

Best Known For: Being more popular than Oktoberfest.

DJ Mag Rank: Cosmic Gate – 24

DC loves Cosmic Gate. The fact that they brought Wippenberg just makes it that much better! Every time they come to Glow, DC nightlife is out strong, and for good reason! Cosmic Gate pumps us up like no one else!


About Cosmic Gate

Introduction: Over 11 boundary-pushing years, Nic Chagall and Bossi have developed Cosmic Gate into one of the most creative and highly-sought-after electronic music acts on the planet. Revered uber-producers, their combined musical acumen has made them evergreen favourites of trance music’s highest echelon. Four hugely-received albums have transported tracks like ‘Not Enough Time’, ‘Body of Conflict’, ‘Analog Feel’, ‘F.A.V.’ and classics including ‘Exploration of Space’ and Fire Wire onto a now uncountable number of dancefloors. As DJs, the effortless cool of their kinetic, enthralling live sets are seen by hundreds of thousands of club and festival goers annually. It’s this perfect storm of production and spinning power that saw them become the highest-climbers in DJ Mag’s 2009 Top 100 chart and land at no. 24 in 2010.

The pair first collaborated in the studio after a chance meeting late in ’98 at a label office in Cologne. It’s a production partnership that has become one of the dance world’s most successful. In their homeland of Germany, they’ve maintained a consistent level of chart success, with no fewer than 7 Top 40 singles to their name and claimed a UK top 10 hit with ‘Fire Wire’. Drawing on a broad-range of their individual musical tastes and inspirations, they’ve continued to modify and enhance their sound…

Following up the long-players ‘Rythm & Drums’ and ‘No More Sleep’, in 2006 they released ‘Earth Mover’, which saw a shift towards edgier, more expansive electronic dance music. It gave rise to the club hits ‘Analog Feel’, ‘Should Have Known’ and ‘I Feel Wonderful’ and garnered an IDMA nomination for Best Album of 2007. Latterly this was viewed by the press as a new ‘Year-1’ for Cosmic Gate. Three years later Nic and Bossi released their much-anticipated followup. ‘Sign of the Times’ contained 11 new tracks including vocal anthems ‘Body of Conflict’ & ‘Not Enough Time’ (featuring Denise Rivera and Emma Hewitt respectively) and the singles ‘F.A.V.’, ‘Flatline’, ‘Under Your Spell’, ‘London Rain’ and title track ‘Sign Of The Times’. The response to the album was nothing short of meteoric. They received a Best Selling Trance Act nomination in the 2010 Beatport Awards; scored an IDMA nom for ‘Not Enough Time’ and were catapulted 43 places up DJ Mag’s 2009 chart. In light of its extraordinary level of success, in September 2010 a double-disc Deluxe Edition of the album was released which included all the singles remixes and exclusive, specially prepared revamps of other S.O.T.T. tracks.

As DJs Nic and Bossi continue to whip floors to frenzy-level in all four corners. Most recently they’ve rocked some of America’s most prominent events – Electric Zoo, The Electric Daisy Festival, Audiotistic and Perfecto Night in Las Vegas among them. They’ve brought mayhem to Ibiza’s 2010 season with hugely received performances at Armada at Amnesia and Judgement Sundays, played mammoth the Global Gathering festival in Russia and headlined Godskitchen’s tours in Australia and Mexico. They’ve appeared in DJ Magazine’s list of Top 100 spinners for 7 consecutive years now and are regular festival attraction, spinning at events like Trance Energy, Mysteryland and Dance Valley in Holland, Smirnoff Experience in India and on the horizon Future Music in Australia in 2011.

Back2Back, Cosmic Gate’s on-going compilation series was devised as an at-home audioexpo of the pair’s club-wowing sound. 2010 saw the release of the 4th volume (through Holland’s highly-respected Black Hole Recordings label). Bringing Bossi and Nic’s tight, tense, futureproofed trance/prog/electro hybrid to the forefront, it once again included many of their own track edits.

Over their production lifetime, the Cosmic Gate remix has become nearly as illustrious as their productions. Essentially a blow-by-blow of trance music’s A-list, Nic and Bossi have lent their studio know-how to productions from Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Ferry Corsten, Paul van Dyk,
Above & Beyond’s OceanLab project, Deadmau5 & Rank 1. They rewired John O’Callaghan’s mega-seller ‘Find Yourself’ to devastating effect and produced remixes of veteran trance producer Vincent De Moor’s ‘Fly Away’ and ‘Carte Blanche’ (Veracocha). In early 2010 Atlantic Records US approached them to remix James Horner’s ‘I See You’ – the main theme from the film Avatar. This run culminated in them being nominated for Best Remixer at the 2010 IDMAs. Most recently they have completed remixes for Robbie Rivera and Markus Schulz.


About Wippenberg

One of the biggest rising stars in the Electronic Dance Music scene, and creator of the club
hits “Chakalaka” and “Pong”!

Genre-warping electronic music adventurer Wippenberg (a.k.a. Olaf Dieckmann) has been supplying the world’s dancefloors with audio titans for close to 15 years. Most recently renowned for his neoclassical- anthems „Chakalaka“ and „Pong“, later receiving IDMA 2010 nomination as Best Progressive House Track alsongside David Guetta and Deadmau5. Wippenberg’s music hazes the
multiple boundaries of house, electro, trance and techno. This unique composite electronic blend
is now spun by the widest imaginable cross-section of DJs. He’s championed as much by Eric
Prydz, Angelo, Ingrosso & Axwell (also known as the Swedish House Mafia), as he is by Tiësto,
Armin Van Buuren and David Guetta. This casts Wippenberg as one of, if not, the most diverse
DJ/producer in today’s EDM universe.

In 2004 Wippenberg released the two ‘Elemental EPs’, which included the tracks ‘Fire’, ‘Water’,
‘Earth’ and ‘Air’. They drew strong support from the highest echelons of the DJ hierarchy and
pushed the Wippenberg name firmly into the headlines. The EPs release prompted close associates Cosmic Gate to collaborate with Wippenberg on their ‘Earth Mover’ album with the track ‘Guess Who’. Around the same time he completed work on his next single ‘Promised Land’, and with it came a new label relationship with Dutch heavyweight independent High Contrast Records. The track (which featured the vocals of Tiff Lacey and was remixed by Nic Chagall) beat the drum hard for what was to prove his renaissance record.

In 2008 ‘Chakalaka’ (partnered by the B-side ‘Drumster’) exploded into the clubbing consciousness, thanks in no small part to major 3 monthlong floor and radio hammering from Tiësto and Armin Van Buuren. As was always Wippenberg’s desire the tracks started to chip away at the stylistic borders of dance and came to enjoy heavy deck support from Sebastian Ingrosso, Eric Prydz, Eric Morillo and Dirty South, amongst a multitude of others. The track maintained a grip on the No.1 chart position on Beatport for an incredible 12 weeks. Late that year and branching further out still, Wippenberg launched a new nom-de-plume Sphaera. The tracks ‘Front & ‘Back’ were released on
Black Hole Records to, once again, broad DJ acclaim.

Famously, Wippenberg carved his name deep into the heart of the mid-90s dancefloor with his very
first track – the unforgettable, speaker-assaulting ‘Neurodancer’. Released on Hyper Hype, it
became an import smash and was picked up by Hooj Choons off-shoot Prolekult. To this day
‘Neurodancer’ rests as one of the hardest-to-find and most in-demand pieces of dance vinyl in the
world – regularly changing hands for many times its original price.
No Wippenberg biography would be complete without mention of Wippenberg’s remix and spinning work. Behind the decks his characteristic musical taste, which can be categorised into one certain genre, as he loves the freedom to mix different stlyes, has started to generate huge demand.

Meanwhile he is touring all around the world from Germany to Russia, from Australia to Brazil, even
the people of India or Qatar fell in love with the Wippenberg sound. It has seen him blaze a trail at
Europe’s leading festival events like Trance Energy, Mayday or Mysteryland and rock at Armin Van
Buuren’s ASOT400, as well as dozens of other, clubs, festivals and tent-poles events.
At the remix end of the mixing desk, Wippenberg has refashioned countless tracks of A-List
production outfits, like Sebastian Ingrosso’s MGMT ‘Kids’ sampling classic-tune „Kidsos“ and
Rank 1’s Trance Energy 2009 anthem ‘L.E.D. There Be Light’. But he also refined releases from
Tiësto, Tocadisco, Above & Beyond, Paul Van Dyk, Cosmic Gate, Gabriel & Dresden, and
Super8 & Tab. Most recently he remixed danish high-flyer Aura Dione’s new single „Song For
Sophie“ and gave her pop-ballade a classy progressive house outfit.

For his new single he teamed up with nobody else than Nic Chagall and Rank 1. Together they
created the track „100“ (which is also the 100th release of the label High Contrast). It has the typical
Rank 1 anthem signature, Nic Chagall’s progressive trance feeling and Wippenberg’s progressive
beats. Out on 14th June 2010, this is going to bet he next ueber-track from Wippenberg! Watch out!
For more informations contact Kiss That Sound Artist & Music Management: info@kissthatsound.de
www.kissthatsound.com www.myspace.com/kissthatsound


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George Acosta: Sat 7/9/11 [Glow at Fur]

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Monday, June 13, 2011, 8:00pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 8:19pm) Add comments

GLOW Washington DC presents:

George Acosta

Opening Set by Roberto Gonzalez

Saturday July 9, 2011
Fur Nightclub
33 Patterson St NE
Washington D.C., DC
(202) 842-3401

Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 18+

Quick Facts

From: USA (Miami)

Style: Progressive House/Trance

Famous Tracks: True Love feat. Fisher, Angelfalls feat. Ayla, Mellodrama

Best Known For: Pioneering trance in the US, being Glow’s first ever booking, running one of Miami’s most successful club nights at Shadow Lounge

Trance legend George Acosta started it all for Club Glow back in ’99. He February performance at Fur brought the old and young heads together with some of the best straight EDM out there. The young heads couldn’t believe that a guy that’s been around for so long is still so amazing. The old heads recounted past glory.

George is back this summer at Glow to school the new generation of dance fans on how to do clubbing in the US justice!



Trance, whether you like your trance melodic and uplifting, or hard and fast, trance by any definition is here to stay. From the warehouse parties of the late 80’s to car commercials in 2001, trance has become part of the new millennium, part of our lifestyle. And all because of DJs like George Acosta. George proves every time he puts a needle on a record that “trance”, whatever the label, has changed, evolved, become a lifestyle, a culture… as well it should. With over 15 years of experience as a DJ and producer, George has helped change and evolve trance from an underground movement to massive festival experiences throughout the world. “George Acosta is probably America’s most unique DJ and has undoubtedly been a major force in shaping the sound of trance in Miami and beyond” says fellow DJ Dave Ralph. George Acosta is America’s representative in the global Trance scene.

Coming up playing warehouse parties in his native Miami, he then went on to producing tracks of his own with such international hits like Planet Soul, Emotions, Taking Over Space, R U Awake and The Reaper. He then made the next logical step for a successful DJ/producer and opened his own record store, Grooveman Music in Miami.

He knows his crowds so well because he is just as big a fan as they are of his music. Just like the thousands he plays for, George Acosta lives it. George tries to maintain a close connection to the people who come to hear him play because like them, he discovered the music as a fan first.

It was during his three-year residency at Miami’s famed Shadow Lounge that George honed his craft and began educating South Beach to this wonderful emotional roller-coaster ride that was quickly moving west from Europe. Now firmly entrenched in South Beach, George produced his first mix cd, “Awake”. This became the definitive sound of South Beach. It was this same cd that helped propel George on to the world stage.

With record bag and headphones in hand, George prepared to move the planet in his own unique way. He began playing some of the biggest clubs and festivals in the world, Berlin’s Love Parade, Miami’s Ultra Beach Festival and Rave on the Rocks to name a few. And with demand for George reaching a fever pitch, he produced his second mix cd,”Release: AM and PM”. This ambitious double cd was representative of his legendary all night sets, evoking the different emotions and textures of his sets, from epic, string-soothed splendor to searing tech-trance.

The demand for all things George Acosta soon led to other successful mix cds: such as “Trance Nation America” through Ministry of Sound along with his latest release entitled “History of Trance” on Ultra Records. George is also currently in the studio working on some original material with such artists as worldwide sensation Jon Secada among others.

“Traveling to different places and countries every week, playing for so many people–it makes me want to play more intimate stuff,” he explains. “I used to play harder. Now I’m into the more melodic stuff. I guess when you grow into this scene you want to play records that mean something.” George proves he’s a trance DJ that can move onto something bigger and better. “Whenever I play anywhere, I feel like I am at home, I look down to the dance floor and I see my people, they understand me, they understand what is happening as I spin my records.” It’s a journey that happens week after week, and George is their guide.


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Manufactured Superstars: Thurs 7/7/11 [Glow at Lima]

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Sunday, June 12, 2011, 8:00pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:58pm) Add comments

They’ve remixed Bruno Mars, Flo-Rida, David Guetta and all your favorite pop stars! They can fit 200 songs into a 2 hour set and will be headlining at the upcoming Identity Festival Tour. This is you first taste!!

Ryan Leslie: Thurs 6/9 [The Park at 14th]

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Thursday, June 9, 2011, 7:48am. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 7:18pm) Add comments
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Singer/songwriter, MC, future media mogul, social media sensai, producer, grammy-nominated Washingtonian. Ryan Leslie is at The Park!!

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When Chachi comes to DC he brings presents!!!

Eden Celebrates 1 Year Anniversary: Sat 6/4/11

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Wednesday, June 1, 2011, 6:22pm. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:58pm) Add comments
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Tweet What: Eden Nightclub and Lounge’s 1 Year Anniversary Where: 1716 I St NW Washington DC 20006. (202) 905 9300 When: Saturday June 4, 2011 10:30pm – 3:30am Line up: Green Room (1st Floor): DJ Trayze | 2nd Floor: DJ Dynamix | Garden of Eden (Roof): Phil Chang & Ryan Mosel Since it opened last […]

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All you Beautiful People who were at Glow for Benassi on Memorial Day weekend are in for a treat! Amazing!!

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