Tweet Ryan Raddon, better known as Kaskade has been putting out hit tracks in all forms of house music since 2001. His first breakout hit to top the charts “Steppin’ out” hit the scene in 2004, and helped propel his career out of the underground and into the mainstream. His tracks have had the distinct [...]
That’s the reason why the “Tiesto club” experience is mesmerizing. This past week, another amazing Tiesto at GLOW DC night took place. The music was on point. The visuals and lights, were the best that FUR nightclub has ever experienced. Talking to fans at the end of the night was revealing. By far their best club experience, hands down.
This Saturday, October 3rd, GLOW is celebrating 10 years of musical evolution at FUR Nightclub. The past 10 years have brought awards and accolades for the event. However, GLOW is not resting. This fall, the biggest DJ’s in the world are coming to help GLOW celebrate its first decade. Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, Sander Kleinenberg, David Guetta, Paul Van Dyk, Above and Beyond, Kaskade and more. Check out this Saturday and visit CLUB GLOW for more info on DC Nightclubs, DJ Events and DC Nightlife!
Glow is celebrating its 10th year anniversary this year with an amazing line up that includes Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, David Guetta Paul Van DYK and more. For more info and a complete calendar of upcoming GLOW events at Ultrabar club-lounge and Fur nightclub in Washington DC go to GLOW. GLOW is another event from the biggest promotion company in Washington DC, Panorama Productions.
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.