Okay, so we had some serious craziness going on here.
Ian Pooley didn’t want to close the room? Schedule got switched around? What’s the dilly?
Couldn’t see who was spinning. DJ booth was up in the rafters.
Darren Emerson 1-3?
Ian Pooley 3-4:30?
We had basically no idea who was spinning when, besides for second hand info that for all I know is total nonsense.
Back to my night. Got there nice and early, waved to the crowd waiting in line. Shuffled in to the 19+ for some Tim Patrick goodness. But, no Tim Patrick.
So Corey wanders around the tent and parks his fat ass behind a booth and socializes for a good 2 hours.
1am rolls around, I head out to the main room to check out Dekoze (well I had too really, with me saying all the shit I did) Hear some seriously sick tracks, a good 30min of groovy funkiedelicious house. I was impressed, although I later found out it wasn’t even Dekoze spinning. Oh the insanity.
I cant really write any reviews about the sets, since I still don’t know forsure who spun when.
But the night did consisted of some seriously solid sets. It got this jello-giggling ass going, and that made me happy.
We all knew it would be rammed to max with our resident ‘party every 6 month’ raving massive. So it was no surprise crowd wise.
You just had to fight for your space, and you know damn well I did just that.
The casualty list:
- about 10 people burnt by my smoke
- a few more elbowed to the head. don’t blame me, it’s the way I dance.
and I apologize to anyone I stepped on, really, I didn’t see you lying on the floor.
The place did look great, with the stage being open and the djs spinning up in never-never land, it changed things up a bit. which was for the most part, pretty snazzy.
But even with all the confusion, I managed to have a pretty decent night.
suke. norm. kate. was great running into ya. I apologize for any hooliganism that took place.
PaRtYKiD’s rating 7/10