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Dj Heather@RISE *London*

Discussion in 'Event Reviews' started by outofcontrol, Jan 26, 2001.

  1. outofcontrol

    outofcontrol TRIBE Member

    Well all I have to say for the people who weren't there last night is "SORRY ABOUT YOUR LUCK!!!!!"

    dj heather kick all our asses with some of the best house I have ever heard!!!! Except for a few little minor technical problems, she performed to me a perfect set.....she worked the crowd like it's knowbodies business....

    The vibe was amazing!!!1 Everyone was dancing and smiling, having a great time!!!! Lots of people but still enough room to dance....that was the best RISE night yet in my opinion!!!!!

    Thanks for a great party, and looking forward to next week!!!!

    Peace

    Tony
     
  2. AMP

    AMP TRIBE Member

    OH MY GOD...
    DJ Heather killed it... rocked it...blew shit up.

    This was one of the best club nights I've been to, EVER!
    Everything came together so well, let me sum it up to you like this:

    Flyer design $1700.00
    Flyer printing cost $2000.00
    DJ heather's fees $1500.00
    Flight share from chicago $700.00
    Decorations for the Club $300.00


    Watching 400 Londoners go ""OFF"" to deep house... PRICELESS!!!!!.

    **THE PRICES MENTIONED ABOVE ARE FICTIONAL**

    AMP... so very proud of London.
     
  3. Booty Bits

    Booty Bits TRIBE Member

    wow, for a second there i thought AMP was spearheading a new movement towards accountability and transparency. silly me.

    BB
     
  4. JEMZ

    JEMZ TRIBE Member

    Gotta say that I had a blast at this shindig. Great atmosphere, fantastic music and the Promoter was dancing around having as much fun (if not more) than the patron. Amir, I am glad you are so thrilled... just a precursor to next week, and thanks for the drink.

    There was many old-schoolers once again which is always welcome. A special shout goes out to Matt Elms, who probably will not read this but who always makes me smile. The only downer was that I was engaged in a perfectly good conversation with Greg (Benz) in the DJ booth and some big sweaty muscle dood decided to move his big sweaty muscle dood body into the DJ both in between me a Greg and proceed to to the big sweaty muscle dood dance in the booth taking up space and effectively ending the conversation... boo to that big sweaty muscle dood (not gino). Nuff respect nonetheless, and see you all at Ritchie.
    Pawty Pawty
    Jamie [​IMG]
     

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