Wale Will Host This Year's White Party
Wale will host this year's White Party.
From the Album About Nothing cover.
Denver’s infamous White Party, which gets its name from the fashion rule about wearing white after Labor Day, celebrates its 13th anniversary this year with a star-studded line-up.
This year’s White Party, sponsored by 3Deep Productions and Ciroc, will take place as usual at Club Beta, on September 6, the night before Labor Day. To gain entry to the event, you must be decked out in your finest white club clothes. This party is a traditional marker of the end of summer, and the last big party of the season for Denver, so it usually generates quite a bit of hype.
This year should be no different, as the famed Wale, who rose to success around the turn of the century with his hit “Dig Dug,” will be acting as the party’s host. The rapper saw his career explode out of the D.C. area as he became an MTV staple and household name. Wale is now signed to Rick Ross’ label, Maybach Music Group, a collective that has allowed him to further explore his musical possibilities with a number of collaborations between himself, Ross, and other artists on the label. Several big-name local DJs, including Topshelf, Above, Squizzy Taylor and DJ Cook, are also on the bill.
“I love seeing everyone come out to BETA in their all-white, ready to party,” says Francois Baptiste of 3Deep Productions. “We have the best deejays, the number 1 club in the country and an incredible host to push excitement over the top. Each year the party grows bigger and better and that shows that Denver knows how to push the envelope and create one huge night of fun.”
You can get your tickets online, or buy them at the door if it doesn’t sell out. This installation of the White Party is definitely the biggest so far, and promises to be a seminal end-of-summer celebration.
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