Dayglow is not just any party
it’s half music, half paint and 100% wild!
Dayglow has expanded from it’s on-campus roots to stadium-sized venues with thousands in attendance! On Friday 9/30/11, 6,000 DC nightlife fanatics landed in the RFK Stadium parking for Club Glow’s Washington DC DayGlow event!
Shaking up the crowd alongside contortionists suspended from the stage and robots commanding the crowd were DJs Kid Lucky, RNS, Matt Goldman, David Solano and the one and only George Acosta.
Electro beats warmed the crowd as the white-clad mass grew and neon and florescent blue paint spun through the air.
A gigantic white bubble floated through the crowd as fists pumped to Afrojack and Steve Aoki’s “No Beef.” Confetti blasted over the crowd – the energy never died as the paint kept flowing. But with a sound system and light show that sophisticated in such a huge parking lot, the sold-out event could have definitely accommodated more people.
Favorite tracks from the evening included:
Beautiful People (Disco Fries Remix) – Chris Brown feat. Benny Benassi.
So Much Love – Fedde le Grand
Calling – Sebastian Ingrosso, Alesso
Prutataa – Afrojack, R3hab
If you missed out on this sold out event then you know what you gotta do! Don’t wait ’til the last minute!!!
Avicii and friends arrive at the DC Armory on November 18 to spin from 5pm – 2am for 10,000 people!
Four-time #1 DJ in the world Armin van Buuren will be spinning a special 6 hour set with special guest Pleasurekraft the next night! Don’t get closed out!!
We’ve never heard that one before, lol! DayGlow arrived at Club Glow Washington DC on 9/30/11 for one of the more reckless DC events hosted at RFK Stadium – 6,000 people, a few tons of paint and a whole lotta towels!
Next on the DC massive list? Super Glow at DC Armory
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Oh yeah, ticket scalpers. A few scalpers are to be expected but one glance at StubHub shows 851 tickets for sale ranging in price from $158 to an insane $99,995 (we’re going to assume that one’s a joke but shouldn’t there be a limit?).
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