It’s Fat Tuesday!! Tuesday, March 8th marks the culmination of Carnival. What does that mean for you? One insane night at Lima Lounge. It may not be the debauchery of New Orleans but we’ll make sure it’s damn close.
PoP! Nightlife 2011 resident DJ Chachi discusses his DC residency, spinning at Glow, and his unique style.
His mash ups involve everything: Swedish House Mafia vs. David Guetta & Kid Cudi vs. Deadmau5… Drake vs. MSTRKRFT… Martin Solveig vs. Gorillaz vs. Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Like we said… open… and giving something up to everyone
Boris is back in DC to blast us with the deep, hedonistic sounds of tribal house. If you want to get lost in the music, if you must to feel the drums inside your chest, if you need something to believe in… Believe in Boris.
Here’s a good look at the week ahead DC nightlife for February 7th – 13th 2011. This new weekly guide will focus on is the parties that appeal to people like me who enjoy clubbing.
One of the most in-demand artists in the world. You never know where Dubfire may be; Japan, Greece, Germany… and when he’s home what does he do? He goes clubbing, hits up Mini Bar then jets off to the next one. This time we’re not letting him leave without an extended set!
From the socialite lounges of NY’s Meatpacking District to the Best New Venue of 2010 (voted by Armin van Buuren & David Guetta), DJ George Garcia takes the decks at Pop at Ultrabar Nightclub DC
Raised on NY house and hip-hop, classically trained in piano and violin, David Berrie looks to carry dance music in the Big Apple into the new decade. Over the past year he has worked with Ultra and released a flurry of tracks. See him on Thursday at Lima Lounge.
The DJ that started it all. Glow was founded on the back of George Acosta’s music. Our first booking ever still bangs out, still produces monsters and still has an affect on crowds like no other.
DJ Enferno, a DC DJ who became Madonna’s very own DJ from her Sticky and Sweet world tour, will rock it out on Friday at Ultrabar Nightclub and Lounge in Washington DC!