Each night I went into the bar precisely at 7:30 and asked short teams if I could enter their trivia teams. Most people were relatively friendly, and I successfully managed to get on a team each week. This allowed me to interact with a more diverse number of bar residents who also would prove to be regulars over the rest of my series of data logging. Trivia itself became a ritual, for most of them. Several groups were loose collections of friends, fellow co-workers, or sometimes meet ups for LGBT or gamer groups.
EDC usually has big DJ’s like Tiesto, Afrojack, Calvin Harris, and many more. Coachella features many musical genres such as rock, indie, hip hop, and electronic dance music. They can also have major artists perform such as Kanye West, The Xx, Lorde, etc. They also have art installations and sculptures. EDC focuses mainly on electronic dance music and partying all day.
There was a lot of enthusiasm at the Minor Alps concert at the World Cafe, downstairs, this past Friday. The enthusiasm was for Mathew Caws of Nada Surf and Juliana Hatfield of Blake Babies not particularly for Minor Alps. The fans came to see them individually and with curiosity about what Minor Alps collectively produced. Everything said, it was a good concert and the performance top notch. Sylvan Esso launched the night with their particular brand of looping and electronic music.
Also, downstairs there were love seats and little tables where people were gathered around. Personally, I didn’t sit on the couches because they looked dirty, but a lot of people were sitting on them. The bar had a little section downstairs as well. When people pay their money to get in the club, all 21 year olds got wristbands, so their able to drink inside. The people under 21 got a highlighter marked across their hand.
MUSIC option : 180 BPM, Deep House, Progressive, Techno. AMBIENCE :Casual, Laidback. Most customers are local Indonesians here, although you might find an occasional expat or two. Mille's is open 24 hours everyday and just like its fellow Kota clubs, always crowded even at 8 AM in the morning. Many prostitutes & freelance girls in Milles, so yes you will find anything you want.
The first thing you see when you walk into Whitey’s is the bar to your left, the bar down the aisle, and the pool tables to your right and left, different from most bars I have been to with the dance floor being the first thing you see. There are neon signs hanging behind the bar to your left giving specials on $1.50 pints of beer. As I glided in I could feel the reunion amongst the alumni and it almost became cozy to an outsider such as myself. It happened to be very cold outside, and very warm inside, furthering the sense of coziness. I sat at the bar farthest back with friends and began to try to understand and learn about the people around me, without interfering.
You also get a shot at a good seat instead of standing. For $35.00 we got 3 hours of fine live music and a nice meal, a good deal! The show started a little late around 8:30 or so, but no matter we had some drinks and conversations. The Districts hit the stage with a bang!!! The band is powerful and drives the music like a powerful train or truck.
Images such as Louis Armstrong, Lester Young, Dizzie Gillespie, Buddy Bolden, Horace Silvers, and Jelly Roll Morton adorned the walls and ceilings of the HOB (House of Blues). Every beer on tap was a Louisiana original and the only kind of cooking done there was absolutely Cajun. On Thursday, April 11, 1996, I and 5 friends ventured into the legendary house of Blues. Headlining was a band entitled "Dag." This up and coming Blues/Jazz/Rock band has been touted as New Orleans newest small success story.
The apartment cost them about $450 each a month and they have been living there since September of 2003. They have an occasional party at their apartment, but tonight they are going a few doors down to a friend’s party. The place where the party will take place is also home to a group of another four Northeastern Students. All over Mission Hill there are similar events taking place on this Friday night, Northeastern, Mass Art and Wentworth students all migrating to the hill for parties at various apartments. “From the time we were freshmen, we knew people who lived up on Mission Hill and we came up and partied sometimes, and it was always a good time.
Modest hotels take up a majority of the strip. The Budget Inn, where my friends and I stayed during our trip, is located near the center of the action on the strip. The main attraction of the strip, to teenagers, begins around 11:00 pm when all the clubs open and the streets fill with teens and young adults looking for something to do. The popular nightclubs can be found near the center of the strip. The club’s popularity shows with the lines of people waiting to proceed into the action.