DC residents know how to party hard, according to a new study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Club Glow has gone global. DJ Rap brought the wild rumpus straight to the living rooms of 5000 fans as she streamed live during her set at Lima Restaurant & Lounge. Turning her computer to the crowd, back to her and then dancing something fierce, Rap cultivated an air of glitz, glam and red carpet pageantry which was appropriate, as certain celebrities (who shall remain nameless) were in attendance… TMZ eat your heart out!
For Cedric he gets excited every time he comes to DC. “Every city has its own flavor depending upon local tastes, and the crowds in D.C. are very international. I love that they’re so open to new sounds and I always have really great club nights when I play CLUB GLOW. My agency (Bullitt Bookings) is also headquartered in the District. so I really understand the club scene there. There’s something exciting about playing a great [DJ] gig in the nation’s capital.
The problem that arises for shady Nightlife operators is that it is as easy for a good comment or review to be posted, as for a bad and business damaging one. Ultimately, the consumer is the one benefiting from this. It is a lot easier to make educated decisions on DC Nighclubs and parties.,It’s also keeping operators honest, by ensuring that bad business and false advertising gets punished. It only takes one post to ruin your business. One Tweet can expose you…..
Now, DC is evolving into the center of local nightlife and the internet (and social media), have a lot to do with it. There’s over 100 nightclub/bar/lounges in DC, and all of them are busy. If you look on the Facebook newsfeed, for every 5 posts there’s at least 1 for a DC venue. People talk about parties and their plans for the night, people that work in the nightlife establishments post about nightly deals and happenings, and promoters hype their parties.
Today, I used my Facebook account, in order to announce my latest restaurant, bar and lounge, named Barcode. A Barcode logo, and a little blurb about the fact that it will be a 5,000 sq. ft. restaurant, bar and lounge opening in September is all it took to ignite a conversation.