Weekend Dance Card: BoomTut, Robag Wruhme and Neon Knights -- and that's just Friday

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Tonight's BoomTut party at Apex Movement in Boulder is going to be off the hook. This Whomp Truck fundraiser -- funds will help bring AudioPixel, Basscouch and the Whomp Truck to Apogaea -- is in a parkour studio, and the trampoline, jungle gym and parkour equipment will be open for business. There are also two party-bus options, and the lineup features DMTree, Milkman, Noah Deep, Pillow Fight, Just Ben and Citrus, and Coult 45 and Ishe. Oh, and there will be bacon tacos. (10 p.m., 18+, $10, donation bar -- bring your own cup) You know that's not all. Keep reading for the rest of the weekend's lineup:

German techno heavyweight Robag Wruhme will bring his eclectic, wide-ranging selection to Cluster Studios on Friday night for his first-ever Colorado appearance. (10 p.m., 21+, $20)

Electro-pop/synth outfit Neon Knights headlines the Meadowlark on Friday with DJs Shannon Von Kelly and guests, plus video projections by Mario Zoots. (9 p.m.)

Jes, one of the best-known rocktronica DJs around, plays Global Fridays this week at the Church. (9 p.m., 18+, $12)

Socialites, with resident DJ Shares, plus Sound Candy (featuring DJs Frank E and Petey) and P.U.N.C.H.I.S. presenting ZoOLoGiKo (underground techno), continues its monthly run at Beta this Friday; put yourself on the guest list on the event's Facebook page for discounts at the door. (9 p.m., 21+, $10, ladies on guest list get in free, guys on guest list get in free before 11 p.m. and for $5 after)

On Saturday, Beauty Bar and Cluster Studios host Wicked: 20 Years of Disco Glory, featuring DJs Jeno, Garth and Thomas at Beauty Bar, and Ejay and Garth at the Cluster Studios after-party. This national tour is the first time the crew has played together since 2004. (10 p.m., 21+, $10 presales at Buffalo Exchange)

At Beta on Saturday, catch stutter-edit king BT on the main floor and Double Standard in the Beatport Lounge. (9 p.m., 18+, $10 for 21-and-up before 11 p.m., $15 for 18-and-up before 11 p.m.)

Deep and dirty house music will reign supreme at 2200 on Saturday night for the Pink Mammoth Burning Man fundraiser, Mile High Mammoth. Talent includes Gravity, RyelK, JDubya, Brent Vassar, Brian Jameson, Sundragon, Milk, Dubl D and Rescue. (9 p.m., $15 presale)

Vinyl hosts Jontron on Saturday night; supporting DJs include DJ Law, Seth Oein, Beckley and Krootz. (9 p.m., 18+, $10)

And if you're still going strong on Sunday, the weekly Unity Sundays on the 2200 patio will feature some of the Pink Mammoth lineup: Brian Jameson and Brent Vassar, plus Seth Nichols, Armbar, Isaac H, Sean Michaels and residents Brandon Bass and Louis Marr. (2 p.m., 21+)

Chances hosts the House of Boom residency on Sunday, with house, trance, dubstep, breakbeats and more. (2 p.m.)

Party in the Park at Globeville Landing Park (38th Avenue and Arkins Court, specifically), will feature Eli D, Hense, Doc, Brick Lee, Uriah West and Himay spinning sets in the afternoon -- hopefully in the sunshine! (1 p.m, all ages, free)

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