Halloween Fright Fest Weekend

By amelia in Dc Nightclubs, DC Nightlife
Tuesday, October 21, 2014, 12:00pm. (Updated: 10/27/14 at 11:10am) Add comments

DCClubbing presents

Halloween Fright Fest Weekend

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We take Halloween very seriously here at DCClubbing, and with only 1 week left until the scariest time of year we think it’s time for you to get on our level.

Thursday 10/30: hAUnted Rooftop – Eden

Friday 10/31: Nightmare on F Street – Ultrabar

 Saturday 11/1: Naughty or Nice – Ultrabar

Skrillex

October 24-25, 2014

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 2135 Queens Chapel Road NE • Washington, DC

Doors  9PM | No dress code | Ages 18+
Bottle Service: Tables@echostage.com | 202.503.2331

Skrillex 10.24.14 at Echostage Tickets
Skrillex 10.25.14 at Echostage Tickets

Thursday, August 7th – AMEX Pre sale Begins @ 10AM local

Thursday, August 14th – AMEX Pre sale Ends @ 11:59PM local

Friday, August 15th – General On sale @ 10AM local

2 Days of Skrillex at Echostage

Club Glow Presents Skrillex

October 24 & 25, 2014 Skrillex invades Echostage to drop the bass two nights in a row. Famous for insane production and massive songs such as Bangarang, Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites and many more, Skrillex is set to take Washington, DC by storm. Support includes Gta & Vindata Friday, October 24 and Nadastrom, David Heartbreak and Jen Lasher Saturday, October 25.

SKRILLEX ANNOUNCES 27 DATE 2014 FALL TOUR
Fresh off his successful Mothership 2014 tour this summer, which saw him play some of the biggest shows of his young career, LA’s very own Skrillex announces his Fall Tour 2014 which will have him criss-crossing the US for a series of very special shows which will showcase the vibrant and community-oriented dance music scene. Taking place in a variety of settings from intimate club shows, theaters, arenas and festivals; the tour will demonstrate Skrillex’s unmatched versatility in a variety of settings with support and vibes to match each show. Support for the run of shows will come from a diverse group of artists from established legends to fresh faces on the come up including DJ Snake, A$AP Ferg, Big Gigantic, DJ Mustard, GTA, Nadastrom, Tokimonsta, Kaytranada, Tchami, Branchez, Vindata, and Jen Lasher. Skrillex will be supporting artists signed to his label OWSLA by bringing, David Heartbreak, Valentino Khan and Alesia on select stops.
The tour will kick off in Miami for a show at Mansion and will makes stops at several festivals along the way including TomorrowWorld, both weekends of Austin City Limits, Life is Beautiful in Las Vegas and Voodoo Festival in New Orleans, with plenty of shows in-between to give fans the chance to experience the spectacle of a Skrillex event.  American Express® Card Members can purchase tickets before the general public beginning August 7th at 10am through August 14th at 10pm local time. Public on-sale will go up on August 15th at 10am local time. Tickets and line-ups can be found at http://skrillex.com/falltour/.
Before he kicks off the new Fall Tour, Skrillex will give fans an unprecedented behind the scenes look into how his last live show came together from concept to creation. The forthcoming documentary produced by Red Bull Media House is set for release later this month on redbull.com/music. Skrillex and Alvin Risk have also released their official video for “Try it Out”. Directed by Tony Truand, the clip sees the DJ/producers walk into the most bazaar gig they’ve every played, and possibly the most dangerous. The track comes on Skrillex’s album Recess.SKRILLEX TOUR DATES:

  • 9/26/2014 Miami, FL – Mansion
  • 9/27/2014 Atlanta, GA – TommorowWorld
  • 9/30/2014 Nashville, TN – War Memorial Auditorium
  • 10/1/2014 Nashville, TN – War Memorial Auditorium
  • 10/2/2014 Tulsa, OK – Cox Business Exhibit Hall
  • 10/4/2014 Austin, TX – Austin City Limits Music Festival
  • 10/6/2014 El Paso, TX – Williams Convention Center
  • 10/7/2014 Tucson, AZ – Ava Amphitheater
  • 10/9/2014 Mesa, AZ – Mesa Amphitheater
  • 10/11/2014 Austin – Austin City Limits Music Festival
  • 10/14/2014 Magna, UT – The Great Saltair
  • 10/15/2014 Boulder, CO – Balch Fieldhouse
  • 10/16/2014 Lincoln, NE – 13th and N Street
  • 10/18/2014 Chicago, IL – Navy Pier
  • 10/20/2014 Columbus, OH – The LC Pavilion
  • 10/21/2014 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE
  • 10/22/2014 Syracuse, NY – F Shed
  • 10/23/2014 Amherst, MA – Mullins Center
  • 10/24/2014 Washington, DC – Echostage
  • 10/25/2014 Washington, DC – Echostage
  • 10/26/2014 Las Vegas, NV – Life is Beautiful Festival
  • 10/27/2014 Columbia, SC – Township Auditorium
  • 10/28/2014 Tampa, FL – Hogan’s Beach
  • 10/29/2014 Tallahassee, FL – Coliseum
  • 11/1/2014 New Orleans, LA – Voodoo Festival
  • 11/2/2014 Las Vegas, NV – XS

 

Don Omar at Echostage: 12.19.14

By amelia in DC Concerts, DC Events, Dc Nightclubs, DC Nightlife, Washington DC Hottest Events
Wednesday, August 6, 2014, 12:00pm. (Updated: 10/30/14 at 1:44pm) Add comments

DCClubbing Presents:

Don Omar

The Last Club Tour

Tickets go on sale this Friday!
December 19, 2014 | Doors at 9pm |  Ages 18+

Echostage • 2135 Queens Chapel Rd NE • Washington, DC
VIP and Venue Information – 202.503.2330

In his final tour of the United States and Puerto Rico, EL Rey will be playing for one night only at Echostage in Washington, DC!

Tickets will go on sale Friday, October 31st!

Don Omar’s first album, The Last Don, marked the beginning of his professional career as a solo artist. Released in 2003, the album contains his collaborations with Daddy Yankee, Hector & Tito, Trebol Clan, and Glory among others. It moved 300,000 units in South America and was later certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. Billboard Latin Music Awards in 2003 recognized him as New Artist, Latin Pop Album of the Year and Latin Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year.  His second album, King of Kings, came in May 2006 and debuted straight at number one on the Latin Billboard charts and peaked the Billboard 200 at No. 7, the highest rank in reggaeton history, thanks to his single “Angelito”. Consequently, it also earned him the Latin Billboard award for Reggaeton Album of the Year.

The album also marked the beginning of his association to “The Fast and the Furious” franchise. Two of his songs from the album were featured in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. His third album, iDon would also contribute to the franchise soundtrack as “Virtual Diva” would be featured in the next installment, as well as an appearance by the Don himself.

If an EDM fanatic, the genres and culture surrounding dance music are currently literally included in every aspect of our lives. From the mall, to the gym, even the muzak in the elevator as we’re headed into the office in the morning could feature tunes by Krewella, Zedd, Avicii and more. If you’re like me, there are people in your life who are either curious or dismissive of EDM related venues in DC until they inevitably find a song that gets them interested in learning and/or hearing more. Thankfully, if in the DC Metropolitan area at the moment, there a diversity of nightspots that – given the characteristics of the person who’s interested – will entertain them and possibly win them over as new fans of electronic dance music and electronic dance music culture. From U Street to Northeast, Downtown and more, there’s certainly something for everyone.

Person #1
Your boss is in her early 40s and awkwardly stops by your cubicle every time she sees you silently raging to that Dada Life mix. As well, she always brings up raving in high school while listening to Depeche Mode, and she name drops “Voodoo People” by The Prodigy as the song that set off her college parties. Currently, she doesn’t listen to much on the radio, but she definitely scores tickets for Moby whenever he’s in town.

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The best DC nightlife spot for Person #1Send your boss down to U Street Music Hall’s bass heavy black box venue. Though she definitely has seen her fair share of bright lights and glowsticks, she’s going to want to take some time before jumping into the deep end of the EDM pool. Nights when electronica-era acts like techno king Plastikman play, it’s typically a reminder of everything old with a teaspoon of new material. Or, have her check out local DJ/producer and club owner Will Eastman’s Bliss parties. Known for less raging and more vibing, it may become her favorite monthly DC night on the town.

Person #2
So, there’s this woman you see in Zumba class when you walk by that giant glass window that is on the way to the men’s locker room. She never misses a step, looks like she doesn’t mind getting sweaty, and guess what, you have her phone number and you are supposed to be going out on Thursday night. Is there a club in town that can satisfy her funky, percussive dance needs? Of course there is!

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The best DC nightlife spot for Person #2 – Tropicalia’s name matches the vibe of what happens so often in the club. On the corner of 14th and U and built beneath Lost Society and Subway, for what Tropicalia lacks in being particularly eye-catching, it more than compensates for in the heavy Afro-Latino funk vibes of the DJs regularly spinning at the club. Definitely check the calendar for local DJs Mista Selecta and Mane Squeeze keep things drum-heavy and diverse.

Person #3
So, your college roommate is moving into town. He was always a bit off the beaten path, and may enjoy science and a night with Dr. Who on Netflix after a day of working as a web coding specialist over pulse pounding electro rhythms. However, you two haven’t seen each other in five years, and he wants to have “a different night on the town.” It just so happens that the DC area has one of America’s best nightclub experiences for the “non-EDM person.”

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The best DC nightlife spot for Person #3 – Echostage. Between a mammoth LED wall, enormous ground-level dance floor, second-level VIP seating, and a system that is calibrated well enough to allow for music to be loud and not quite grating against the senses. A sensory overload in the best way possible, Echostage is probably an experience in the Nation’s Capital that a non-EDM aficionado would be willing to have over and over again.

Person #4 (and 5)
Your best friend’s mom and dad are in town and they’re certainly known for being the “adventurous” sort. Though appearing very straight laced on the surface, the mother sky-dives, paints and has traveled the world, while the father knows five languages, brews his own beer and does Crossfit. While at dinner, with you and your friend, they want to “let their hair down” and “dance.” Where to take them?

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The best DC nightlife spot for Person #4 (and 5) – To give those crazy lovebirds the night they likely want to have, check out Eighteenth Street Lounge. Eclectic, yet fun, the main room and outdoor patio specialize in all manner of house and disco. For parents looking to bump a bit while dancing cheek to cheek, or maybe feeling something a bit more adventurous, yet house-driven with DC-area legend Sam “The Man” Burns in the back room.

Person #6
The guy who sits next to you on your uptown to downtown Metrobus ride every morning listens to 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar while he sees that your iPOD is filled with Kaskade and Dillon Francis. His girlfriend digs “your music” though, and he needs somewhere to take her where he can hear a bit of things they both like.

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The best DC nightlife spot for Person #6 – Tell your Metrobus buddy that the best bang for his bucks can be found at Ultrabar. Five levels of different types of partying absolutely ensures that from A$AP Rocky to Steve Angello, they’re going to hear a solid mix of everything they both require to have a quality night on the town.

Life in Color “The World’s Largest Paint Party” Presents:

The 2014 Unleash Tour

Washington D.C. – Baltimore

Saturday September 20, 2014

RFK Stadium Grounds

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS 

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DC nightlife went hard in the paint last year for Life In Color‘s first festival ever! The festival featured a ferris wheel, zip lines, air bungees, gallons of paint, and massive DJ’s including Afrojack, R3hab, and Nicky Romero.

In 2014, its all about the “Unleash Tour”! “The Unleash Tour represents a lifestyle, a culture. Something that allows you to let go of all worries and just be yourself! It symbolizes freedom. There is no need to worry about labels, how you dress, or how you look. We want our fans to come to Life in Color and just be themselves…we want you to UNLEASH with us”

Join us as we transform the RFK Stadium Grounds into a massive paint party on September 20th. We can promise you an unforgettable experience!

“The World’s Largest Paint Party” tours around the world with the biggest names in electronic dance music (EDM), thousands of people, unique aerial acts, contortionists, stilt walkers, fire dancers, and of course……. massive amounts of PAINT!

Formerly known as DayGlow, Life in Color was founded on Florida college campuses in 2006 and quickly gained recognition nationwide as an unparalleled magical experience. “The World’s Largest Paint Party” unites thousands of fans with high-energy music, art, dance, and paint for an unforgettable adventure.

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DC’s Summer Concert series is hot and we have the details on the shows you want to see for the rest of the summer!

Dining Area

Toro Toro, a new upscale Latin Restaurant/ Lounge will impress you with: delicious Latin Cuisine, a reasonably priced happy hour menu, diverse selections of Latin beers and spirits, refreshing nightlife DJ sets and a genuine VIP feel.

Labor Day Carnival White Out: 8.31.14 at Ultrabar

By amelia in DC Events, Dc Nightclubs, DC Nightlife
Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 12:00pm. (Updated: 9/01/14 at 5:14am) Add comments
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Drawing inspiration from the biggest party in the world, Panorama and Ultrabar fuse elements of the Brazilian, Portuguese and Caribbean Carnivals as well as New Orleans Mardi Gras into one massive event this Labor Day! Featuring half price drinks from 10pm-11pm!

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If a DC club-goer and nightlife fanatic in the DMV, the recent banning of Uber and Lyft in the state of Virginia is one of these unintended consequences of technology moving faster than the laws can change.

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Do you dress funny or sexy? Homemade or store bought? Clever or classic? Whatever your choice is for this year, we want to see it!

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