You know what happened when MTV put eight strangers in a house in Washington’s D.C.’s Dupont Circle last year.

But what will happen when we bring cast members from “The Real World: New Orleans” to D.C. for a wild night on the town?

Jemmye Carroll loves to party, wants to legalize marijuana, has a preference for black men and enjoys casual sex with no commitment. She’s from a conservative Southern Baptist community in Mississippi and has six tattoos.

Eric Patrick’s a stand-up comic who considers himself a “fast learner” and holds a job at the State Department. The ladies think he has dreamy eyes and is a ladies man. He says he’s perfected the art of juggling … women.

What will happen when we take this duo out of New Orleans, feed them complimentary booze and give them a license to party?

Find out at POP on Friday, Sept. 10, 2010, at Ultrabar.

POP @ Ultrabar
911 F Street, NW
18+ pay a cover
21+ no cover ’til midnight
Doors open at 9 p.m.

Main Floor: DJ Geometrix
Top 40, mashups, hip-hop

The Vault: DJ Maskell
Pop dance, pop house  

Bedroom (2nd Floor): DJs NV & Bomba
Latin music, reggaeton, etc. 

Chroma (3rd Floor): DJ Spaz
Mashups, dance, house

Sultan & Ned Shepard | Thursday Sept 9 | Glow at Lima

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GLOW Washington DC presents:


Opening Set by George K

Thursday September 9, 2010 at Lima Restaurant & Lounge
1401 K St NW Washington DC
Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 21+

Purchase your tickets here!

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Haven’t you always wondered who that house DJ with the crazy dreads was? It’s none other than Sultan! Launching his world-wide career in 2003, he has been featured on most of the major compilation series in house music today. His radio show ‘Connected Live’ is broadcast in over 20 countries.

Sultan’s brand of sexy, underground house is the type of music Lima Lounge was made for. He’s got a little Miami, a little NY, and a lot of that sexy Ibiza flow written all over every set he spins.


In the highly challenging world of Djs and producers, the name Sultan is one that has made its mark and is here to stay. Launching his international career in 2003 with the release of four of his original productions on “Global Underground 25, Toronto mixed by Deep Dish”, Sultan has continued to impress not only as a producer but also as a DJ. With releases and features on world renown labels and compilations including Yoshitoshi, Shinichi, Bedrock, Tiesto’s “In Search of Sunrise 4”, Paul Oakenfold’s Creamfields, Dave Seaman’s “Renaissance Masters”, Deep Dish’s “George Is On”, Sharam’s “Global Underground 29: Dubai” and Armin Van Buuren’s ASOT amongst may others, Sultan continues to evolve and set musical trends in the dance scene today.

Signing on to Bullitt Bookings in the winter of 2006, Sultan has proven that production is just one half of the talent that he is. Having toured the world, playing the world’s best clubs including Space (Miami), Pacha (Ibiza), Ministry of Sound (London) and Warung Beach (Brazil) while maintaining a residency at Stereo (Montreal), Sultan released his debut worldwide compilation “Yoshitoshi Montreal” in 2007, which made its way to number 4 on the Itunes Top 10 Dance Album Charts.

Pressing forward, Sultan launched his monthly radio show “Connected Live” in 2007 which has featured special guests including Sharam, Dubfire, Nic Fanciulli, Danny Howells, Desyn Masiello to name a few, and is currently one of the most listened shows syndicated to over 20 internet and FM radio stations.

Continuing on his reign of successful underground and mainstream releases including “Deep Dish vs Dire Straits – Flashing for Money” (Sultan Club/Radio Mix), hailed as being the worlds first ever legally cleared mash up/remix garnering praise from the electronic dance scene as well as rock legends Dire Straits and Sting, Sultan embarks upon 2008 with even bigger projects and releases that are sure to turn heads on dance floors this summer. With the highly anticipated release of his remake of Olivia Newton John’s classic 80s hit “Lets get physical”, which made its way to number 19 on coolcutz charts and is on rotation on FM and Satellite radio worldwide, Sultan has also worked closely with Nadia Ali (formerly of IIO) writing and producing four songs on her forthcoming album, as well as touring with Nadia playing guitars for her live show

To top it all off, Sultan has also recently launched his own record label, Harem Records, with production partner Ned Shepard. Already having released 3 consecutive releases, which have all made their way to the top ten progressive chart on beatport, Harem hails to be a record label that Is sure to stand out amongst the leaders in today’s digital scene.

With summer a few months away, you can catch Sultan on tour in North America, South America and Europe. Also keep an eye out for future releases from Sultan including “Jeopardy” on Shinichi which was a smash hit at the WMC this year, Sultan & Ned Shepard’s Remix of Julie Dennis’s cover of the classic “Fever” by Peggy Lee on Harem Records, “Did We” on Paul Van Dyk’s Label “Vandit” and Sultan & Ned Shepard’s Remix of Nadia Ali’s “Crash and Burn” already heavily supported by David Guetta and Armin Van Buuren.
As a Producer, DJ, remixer, songwriter, and musician, Ned Shepard has much
to offer to the world of electronic music. Playing piano from the early age of
5, Ned has become known for his songwriting touch, crafting songs that stay with
you well past the first listen. In the fall of 2000, he met Marcus Bacalis and
the two formed Digital Witchcraft. The next three years saw the duo release
groundbreaking melodic breakbeat tracks, most notably “Fingerpaint” on Proton
Music and The “Snowday” E.P. on Institution Breaks.

In 2002, Ned began working with Sultan, and their first project, entitled
“Strange Dimensions”, was released by John Digweed’s Bedrock Breaks label under
the name Jiva. Since then the two have released dozens of original productions
and remixes on numerous labels across the UK, Europe and North America. In 2006,
Ned joined Sultan as a regular artist on Deep Dish’s renowned Yoshitoshi Records
with “Connected” and the guitar-laden “Together We Rise,” both included on
Sharam’s highly successful “Global Underground 029: Dubai” CD’s, Armin Van
Buuren’s State of Trance and Dave Seaman’s Renaissance Masters compliation.

In 2008, Ned and Sultan launched their label, Harem Records, where their
original productions continue to top the charts and receive prasie from DJ’s of
all different styles around the globe. Ned and Sultan have turned out a string
of successful singles including a cover of Olivia Newton John’s 1 hit “Let’s Get
Physical,” “Block Party” and the vocal anthem “Jeopardy,” In addition Ned has
become in high demand as a remixer, reworking tunes from the likes of Dirty
Vegas, Cedric Gervais, Paul Harris & Cevin Fisher, and Second Sun. Ned and
Sultan also host Harem Sessions, a radio show which airs quarterly on

Never one to focus only on club music, Ned co-wrote and produced four tracks for
the upcoming debut solo album for renowned vocalist Nadia Ali (formerly of IIO)
as well as remixing her first two singles “Crash n Burn” and “Love Story.” In
addition, Ned has joined Nadia on tour, as her official opening DJ as well as
playing keyboards during the live show. The last two years has seen them play
shows across the Middle East, Europe, and South America, from the Arctic Circle
to the desert. In addition, Ned continues to DJ in Montreal and around the
world, having already played alongside top DJ’s such as Tiesto, Deep Dish, Paul
Van Dyk, and Sander Kleinenberg.

Whether it’s behind the decks, in the studio or at a keyboard, Ned is always
dedicated to delivering quality music to fans and clubbers around the world.

Join Semi Precious Weapons and Lady Starlight for an After-Party following their appearance with Lady Gaga at the Monster Ball! Pop Nightlife brings you this special Tuesday Night Event at Ultrabar Nightclub on 9/7!

Semi Precious Weapons is the group that “splits the difference between AC/DC and Queen, fronted by the fabulously fierce Justin Tranter.”  It’s hard to argue with a band who expresses such an impassioned sentiment.  And audiences across the country ain’t fightin’ with the raw power and electricity that pulsates throughout a Semi Precious Weapons performance.  Their message is clear- music can be dangerous, dirty, and fun.

Lady Starlight is renowned the world over for being the inspiration, original creative partner and DJ for recording artist, Lady GaGa. A key player in Lady GaGa’s creative team: Haus of GaGa, she has collaborated with the singer since 2007 on everything from fashion styling, onstage performance concepts, and set design. LADY STARLIGHT filmed the singer on her 2009 Fame Ball Tour for her behind the scenes, online tour diaries. She is currently performing around the world on Lady GaGa’s 2010 Monster Ball Tour, opening the nights festivities with her rock’n roll DJ set/go-go act.

Its all going down on TUESDAY Sept 7th at POP at Ultrabar, with SIX BARS, FOUR DANCEFLOORS, and FOUR DJs!

Discount passes: To be posted shortly.

Ultrabar is located at 911 F st NW Washington DC, near the Verizon Center.  Ages 18+, Proper ID and attire is required.  Dress code Casual.  Guys: No shorts, sandals, baggy jeans, oversized tee shirts, etc..  Doors open at 9pm.

GLOW Washington DC presents:

Victor Calderone

Opening Set by Craig Pettigrew

Thursday, August 26 2010 at Lima Restaurant & Lounge
1401 K St NW Washington DC
Doors Open at 10pm, Ages 21+

Purchase your tickets here!

He spins hard, he spins dark, and he spins foooreeevvveeerr. Famous for his 24 hour marathon sets, Victor Calderone has massive followings in NY and Miami. His parties are famous for allowing people to completely forget the world around them. When you walk inside the club and Vic is spinning, nothing else matters. It’s just you, him and the music. The best after parties in NY are without question headlined by Calderone. Whether you’re leaving Electric Zoo, just saw Armin or PvD at an early evening outdoor venue, or don’t know what to do late night on Thanksgiving, Halloween, Independence Day, whatever. VC’s parties are where it’s at. He’s going to explode all over Lima’s face, there’s no question about it. The only real question is can you handle it?

Reality TV personality Jon Gosselin’s got a new tattoo, a newgirlfriend and a new six-pack — and he’s ready to show all of them off Friday, Aug. 27, at PoP @ Ultrabar.

The Pennsylvania native — and father of eight children — made his television debut on the Discovery Channel in 2005 when it featured his family in a special entitled Surviving Sextuplets and Twins. Later, he and his family were discovered by TLC, which cast them in the reality show Jon and Kate Plus 8.

These days, Jon is newly single, living in the Washington, D.C.-metro area and tweeting up a storm with more than 80,000 followers. He’s also writing  book, A Slice Of Life: Jon Gosselin’s Story.

This past year, he’s partied in St. Tropez, the Hamptons and Las Vegas.

Come party down with “America’s Favorite Father” as he goes PoP @ Ultrabar!

Main Floor: DJ Geometrix
Top 40, mashups, hip-hop

The Vault: DJ Maskell
Pop dance, pop house  

Bedroom (2nd Floor): NV & Bomba
Latin music, reggaeton, etc. 

Chroma (3rd Floor): Guest Set
Mashups, dance, house

Top 5 reasons to check out College Tuesdays at Lima!

Everyone knows that, when it comes to DC Clubs, Lima is the crème de la crème! Tuesday nights feature College Night, Lima’s only 18+ night, and its a party that bangs like none other. Check out your top 5 reasons to check out this party!


Travie McCoy wants to be a billionaire, so freakin’ bad — and, we think he’s on his way.

Sean Tyas is pure trance. That’s how DJ Mag describes #45’s style. The NYC local took his act on the road and boom!! He’s the best trance DJ from the US. “Lift” is considered by many to be one of the best trance tunes of all time. He has also engineered some of Armin van Buuren’s hits including ‘Intricacy.’


DJ Enferno, DC’s native son and Madonna’s very own DJ from her Sticky and Sweet world tour, will be performing live this Friday, August 20th at POP at Ultrabar Nightclub and Lounge in Washington DC!

Funkerman | Thursday August 19 at Glow at Lima

Funkerman and Fedde Le Grand go together like spaghetti and meatballs. Funker was all over Fedde and Ida Corr’s smash hit ‘Let Me Think About It’ and they’ve got one of MTV Europe’s current top 10 with the Ibiza summer hit ‘New Life.’ Inspired by hip-hop, disco and funk (obviously), Funkerman spins all out every time.

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