It's Friday again! Do you have your dancing shoes on? Do you know where you'll be showing them off yet? Well, we've got some ideas for you! Keep reading to see what's on our Dance Card.
Forever Fridays at Beta return for another week with DJ Petey spinning pop hits remixed for your dancing pleasure, plus cutting-edge and underground techno in the lounge with Zoologiko. (8 p.m., 21+, $5 cover, no cover for ladies)
Global Friday at the Church brings on a promoter battle this week: Punk-e vs Scales Music and Utopia Beats vs Immortal Beatz. The basement features mash-up and Peter Elzi in the Industrial Room. (8 p.m., 18+, ladies 21+ get in free all night)
Michael Woods headlines Beta on Saturday night with local fave Dragon plus Sergio Santana. (8 p.m., 18+, $10)
Lance Phillips is spinning at Vinyl on Saturday with Lexi Fey, NVision and Seamus; expect electro/progressive, hip-hop, house and retro Top 40 in the mix. DJ Danny will hold down the basement with hip-hop, and Dave Peacock will light up the roof with party hits. (9 p.m., 18+)
Funky Buddha welcomes Oliver Desmet and Chuck Diesel on Saturday; Desmet is touring in support of his latest album, Destination: San Francisco, and the twenty-year veteran behind the decks is bound to be on point. (8 p.m., 21+)
Bar Standard hosts VIP Saturdays this week with DJs Tanastadi, Big Styles and Chonz, plus a boatload of drink specials. (9 p.m., $5 cover, free with bottle service, ladies free before 11 p.m.)
Vinyl hosts the Climax on the Roof AIDS Walk Red Party! DJ Saratonin (hee hee ... get it?) will be at the decks with some special appearances. Don't miss it! (4 p.m., 18+)
It's SIN Sunday again at the Church! Get down in the dark with rotating DJs Slave1, Roland and Creeper Steve for goth night. SIN doubles as service industry night, so show up with your work ID or paystub to get in for free. There's a sushi bar, too! (9 p.m., 18+)
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