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.
Ultrabar is currently hosting a contest to find its next resident! We’re down to the final 8 competitors! Check it out every Friday!
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!
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. Pop’s Latin/International party features reggaeton, bachata, house and the best in international beats! The Bedroom at Ultrabar Nightclub in Washington DC is a huge weekly draw!
Atmosphere: The largest nightclub in Washington, DC; Fur provides the ultimate clubbing experience. With a capacity of up to 2,500 people, it caters to the biggest events DC nightlife has to offer. Every week Panorama Productions and Club Glow bring top DJs like David Guetta, Tiesto, Armin van Buuren and Benny Benassi. Fur also hosts hip-hop acts like Diddy, Nelly and Run DMC as well as early evening rock shows and corporate events. It features two mezzanines with separate bars, bottle service and stadium-style box seats. Fur’s Martini and Mafia rooms provide ample space for multiple music formats as well as additional VIP options. Weather permitting, Fur’s heated outdoor patio provides even more music, a space for smoking cigarettes and the option to smoke hookah.
Fur is DC’s mega club. The building was once a fur factory, hence the name. With lines known to stretch both sides of the entrance, around the building and down the block; promoter guest lists and bottle service are recommended for fast, easy entry.
Upon entering the club, patrons are provided multiple options. Immediately to the left is a snack bar complete with food, drinks, glow sticks and everything else required to enhance your experience. Straight ahead is a massive bar and to the left, VIP booths. Around the bar is the Martini room, boasting a dance floor, raised DJ booth and private VIP box. Beyond is a doorway leading to the Mafia Room on one side and coat check and patio on the other. The Mafia Room’s dance floor gives way to a staircase leading to a raised bar/lounge area. The patio hosts a stage, DJ booth, tiki bar and roped section of benches and tables to enjoy hookah.
Voted best DJ ever by Mixmag; Tiesto performs before a capacity crowd at Glow
If you’re looking for the biggest room in DC clubbing, stairs to the right of the main entrance lead into the sunken main room, capable of holding 2000+ people. Complete with a birdcage for dancers, bars on either side, a stage on one end and a raised DJ booth on the other, a packed main room at Fur is something you can’t understand until you experience it. Stairways on each side of the room lead to a mezzanine that wraps around the entire floor, providing amazing vantage points to experience the top acts in the world.
Thursdays serve as a special concert night at Fur. Past events include Glow parties with David Guetta, Bob Sinclar and Steve Angello’s ‘Size Matters’ label party.
Fridays at Fur serve as DC’s biggest hip-hop party.
Saturdays are Glow. With acts like David Guetta, Tiesto, Kaskade, Benny Benassi and Avicii coming on a regular basis, Glow Saturdays at Fur serve as DC’s #1 party. In addition to trance/house in the main room, Glow also brings hip-hop to the Martini Room with DJ Geometrix, Latin music to the Mafia Room with Migo DJs and
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Atmosphere: A sophisticated urban feel, The Park at 14th provides a luxurious nightclub setting with a diverse and slightly more mature crowd. Their happy hour is one of DC’s best, starting right at 5 and carrying through the night!
Whether you’re coming to sip $5 cocktails during happy hour, have an American-style comfort food dinner, or party all night, The Park at Fourteenth offers all three!
Located in the heart of downtown across from Franklin Square, a night at The Park at Fourteenth is like partying at a superclub without getting lost in the crowd. Boasting four stories, The Park offers a bit of everything for everybody.
Stepping past the tight door security, you’ll likely hear a combo of hip hop, R&B, and top 40s dance hits once inside. With ample seating and numerous tables, grab a drink and find some space where you can “see and be seen.” Swing by the bar and try one of the four house specialty cocktails – Park Fever, Park Punch, Park Margarita, and Berry Blossom!
With four floors and an overlooking mezzanine, The Park at Fourteenth is a DC nightlife destination!
Chat with the elevator operator on a ride to the second floor and soak in the main level dance scene. Then catch a ride again on the elevator or take the stairs in the back up to the third and fourth levels for a change of scenery and music.
On Saturdays, the third floor is host to The Park’s “Multicultural Night,” where people of different backgrounds come to socialize and party together to international beats. On other nights, the third and fourth floors tend to boast R&B, house music, and other dance varieties.
When you’re done checking out the club’s impressive collection of blown-glass chandeliers or watching ESPN on the flat screen TVs, go socialize and get your dance on! Boasting a diverse crowd of all different races and ages, even though the average age of the crowd may be a little more mature than typical DC clubs and lounges, The Park provides a spot for plenty of mixing and mingling!
Thursdays host Ultrabar’s ‘Lush’ event, which caters primarily to a high-end hip-hop/R&B crowd.
Fridays are home to Ultrabar’s ‘Pop’ parties. Ladies 21+ receive free admission with a pass located on the club’s website. Hosting the top mash up/bottles & models DJs from Vegas, Miami, NY, AC and LA on the main floor. The Vault is reserved for pop and dance music. The headliners take the main floor. The Bedroom hosts a Latin music party, and Chroma bumps the wildest house music of the moment.
Saturdays feature Ladies Night. In the Vault: house and electro. The Main Floor: mash up, hip-hop, dance. The Bedroom: S. American and International. Chroma: House. They even do an open bar on the main floor from 9pm – 10pm.
A stunning view from VIP at The Park at 14th. Amazing!
Photo Tour: Food at The Park
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Glow U’s DC campus invasion starts Saturday 8/27/11 with Des McMahon (AU), AC 204 (AU), Chest Rockwell (GW) and No Loud Noise (GW).
AU senior Des McMahon has spun multiple Glow events and produces Glow Radio on SiriusXM. As a dance music producer/engineer, his work has been spun by the world’s best including Armin van Buuren, Aly & Fila, Simon Patterson, Bobina, Sean Tyas, Joachim Garraud, Mat Zo, Daniel Kandi, Marcus Schossow, Mark Sherry and more!
Rising AU sophomores Anthony Abdelnour and Gianluca Frolich have both experienced spinning on an international level; Anthony in Hong Kong & London and Ginaluca in Switzerland & Milan. They have spun around Baltimore, DC and most recently at Identity Festival!
Currently residing in NY & DC, GW product Chest Rockwell (Nick Cafritz) has rocked floors throughout the world. His style blends everything from mainstream vocals to deep techno/tech-house. He has opened for Major Lazer, Michael Mind and Harvard Bass and is currently working on an EP. DJ Chest Rockwell GlowU Fall 2011 by DJ Chest Rockwell
DC’s premium hi-tech lounge featuring everything from state-of-the-art sound and lighting to personal computer tablets and iPhone drink ordering. Looking for an upscale experience and unique features with a rich luxurious feel for your night out? Look no further.
Enferno is one of the busiest DJs around. Whether he’s remixing LMFAO and Far East Movement, programming sound for Cirque du Soleil’s Michael Jackson show or working on edits for Rihanna’s 2011 World Tour, the man always has time to come home and spin Ultrabar!