The Best Halloween Costumes of 2012

1. Probably some of the freakiest, most gruesome costumes we saw this year. They need to be featured in a horror film ASAP. They may not be sexy but they look scary as hell. Taken at Psychedelic Nightmare 3 at Echostage.

2. To be honest, the deadmau5 helmet thing is pretty played out. But the dead mobster in a 3-piece with two bullet holes in his forehead was pretty awesome. Taken at Psychedelic Nightmare 3 at Echostage.

3. The Stay Puft Marshmellow Man – the most classic non-human from Ghostbusters… besides Slimer. Whoever wore this had some major guts…and lost gallon of sweat by the end of the night. Taken at Psychedelic Nightmare 3 at Echostage.

4. Big boy in a penguin suit wearing over-sized sunglasses ftw!!! It’s one of those costumes that just makes you chuckle. Taken at Psychedelic Nightmare 3 at Echostage.

5. Couples Costumes. Not many people can pull these off without looking like complete idiots. This couple came matching but if they went their separate ways, would look good on their own. The girl pulled off the skeleton look with her own girlish flare while her guy went all out with a mask and full body suit. Taken at Nightmare on F Street at Ultrabar.

          

6. This girl’s human body suit gives us a full view of her insides whether we like it or not. Not many girls are as skinny as this so the chances of seeing this outfit again is pretty slim. Taken at Nightmare on F Street at Ultrabar.

          

7. With some sick makeup and an intricate bodysuit, this girl looks both sexy and creepy. Not easy to pull off! We don’t really know what she is but she looks good anyways. Taken at Psychedelic Nightmare 3 at Echostage.

8. This girl’s costume is so good, we wouldn’t recognize her if we saw her on the street the next day. Taken at Psychedelic Nightmare 3 at Echostage.

You can never go wrong with the generic stuff when it looks this good 😉 Top two from Nightmare on F Street, bottom at Psychedelic Nightmare.

               

 

 

Richard A.D. & The Metro Underground Present
The 2012 Edition of the DC Fetish Ball

Sunday October 7, 2012

DC’s Most Scandulous Affair Offering 3 Levels of Exotic Possibility

DC Fetish Ball
DC Fetish Ball brings together some of the scene’s best DJ’s, models, fashion, and nationally recognized talent, the evening brings a level of twisted delight worthy of the nation’s capitol. Brought to you by The Metro Underground at hosted by Ultrabar.

 

When:

Sunday, 10.07.12  Doors open at 9PM

Admission:

Presale tickets are $20 and $25 at the door.  Guests 18 and over are allowed.

Location:

911 F St. NW
Washington, DC 20004
Ultrabar is located at the corner of 9th and F Streets NW less than 1 block from the Gallery Place Metro.

Overview:

Club Level (Main Ballroom):  Featured Entertainment, Top DJ’s, Dancing, & Go Go

  • Join us on the Main Stage for the erotic & sensual performances of Intimacy Arts & Roma Mafia.
  • Special Fetish Fashion Show by Passional, Renee Masoomian, Bunny Made, & others to be announced.
  • Featured DJ’s:  Mike Saga (Electronic), Dirty-B (Power-Noise/Industrial), Mindcage (EBM/Electro), & others.
  • GoGo’s & Pre-show performances run throughout the night.

Mezzanine (to the back of the club):overlooking the Main Ballroom.

  • Mezzanine Lounge w/ Bottle Service overlooking the main club, stage, & dance floor.

Second Level (Lounge):  Lifestyle Lounge-Social Play Space & Main Dungeon

  • Dungeon hosted by D~X~S Rapture w/ Vac-Bed by SLYX.
  • Featuring Mistress Tyler, Lydia, Mei, Brendan Lear & Madam Ember.
  • Special presentation of midnight body shots by The Metro Underground.
  • Special scene play by some of our area’s most erotic couples.
  • Offering social play space & dancing w/ music by featured DJ’s.

Third Level: Circus Maximus – Club atmosphere with toys

  • Special Play Space offering Demo’s, Electric Play, Full Body Suspension, Sybian, & more.
  • Shibari/Rope by Green Eyed Devil.  Violet Wand by Dark Electric.
  • DJ’s Cosmo & Vlad will keep the dance floor jamming all night long.

DC Fetish Ball

Barcode Fridays

DJ ENFERNO

8.31.12 – 21+

 

Enferno at BarcodeWho:

Winner of the 2003 WMC turntablist contest and toured with Madonna for her Sticky and Sweet World Tour.

Where:

Barcode Restaurant, Bar and Lounge
1101 17th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036

Extra Info:

Ages: 21+
Cover: None
Dress Code: Classy casual

Amenities:

39 beers (12 on tap)
12 specialty cocktails
Extensive wine & champagne menu
Bottle Service: 202-955-9001
(drink menu)
Kitchen ’til Midnight
(food menu)
Large, heated, outdoor patio
Valet

 

Labor Day Sunday at Ultrabar

A Night in White

FREE ALL NIGHT
9.02.12 – 18+

Ultrabar Labor Day

A night in white at Washington DC’s premiere, 5 level nightlife destination. Get your linen pants, button downs, and keep it cool as we celebrate the last days of summer in style.

Drink Specials:

  • $4 Coronas
  • $6 Rum & Coke
  • $6 Sex on the Beach Shots

Bottle Special:

  • $300 Bottle of Ciroc +Bottle of Moet Champagne

Free Bottle of Champagne for:

  • Groups of 6 (girls) Wearing White 21+

Tables, birthdays, exclusives:

202.638.4663

Dress code:

White attire strongly encouraged. No Baggy clothing or athletic wear. Keep it fresh, crisp and clean. No sandals. Looking ‘put together’ is everything.

Admission:

Free All Night 21+ , Reduced 18+ before 11PM

Ultrabar Passes Available Here

 

Labor Day Sunday

Panorama Brings Tuesdays to Barcode

By Garrett Blakeman in DC Events, DC Nightlife, Whats hot in DC Nightlife
Wednesday, August 8, 2012, 2:00am. (Updated: 10/24/13 at 5:50pm) Add comments

Tuesday, August 14, Panorama Productions brings the weekly Tuesday destination to Barcode.

Barcode
1101 17th St. NW, Washington, DC
Event Info: 202.271.1171Barcode Tuesdays

After years of hosting Tuesday at Lima Lounge Panorama will move the party to Barcode. With the new party Barcode will lower the age restriction on Tuesday to 18 and over, with plenty to do for everyone. Hookahs are available on the spacious open-air patio providing a retreat from the dance floor without leaving the action behind. Barcode’s kitchen remains open until midnight offering a full menu with many options to choose from.

Drink Specials:

  • $3 Bud Light
  • $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon
  • $5 Patron XO Cafe
  • $5 Bacardi & Coke
  • $9 Red Bull & Vodka
  • $150 Bottles of Stoli vodka (all flavors)

Music Format:

  • Top 40, Dance, Mashups

DJ Saam will continue deejaying your favorite music, but with a twist. Each week, the area’s best will face off in a DJ battle alternating between the two in DC’s only weekly battle of the DJs.

Venue:

Barcode provides comfort built on a high-end backdrop of marble, open-air and illumination. The venue boasts a 45 ft bar, HDTV’s, massive booths, a lounge area with projector, dining area/dance floor and sliding glass-door-panels in the spring/summer to create an indoor/outdoor ambiance. At night many of the tables are removed to provide space for dancing and mingling.


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