<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Bull Go Ki:
It was a hell of a run. The end of Liquid Adrenaline could be a very important time historically for the scene as we know it.
I think the torch is up for grabs amongst the next generation. Who ever is bold and willing enough to pick-up the peices and put some thing new together.
We can do what we've always been doing or we can be innovative and progress into something new, and fresh, like socks straight out the dryer, all warm and shit.
So who's up next to take the baton and run with it?
Respect to Liquid. I hope which ever promoters up next to bring us some new parties will learn from this. Liquid should educate the next generation and hold seminars to wanabe promters on how to do it right and what they can expect when throwing parties. Seriously, they have mad experience and im sure they are wise in knowing what it takes to throw big time parties.
We are interesting consumers who can be very critical, commercialism is everywhere and in the end its all about money. While keeping promters in check and not letting them not take advantage of us, we should also realize that they are working damn hard to provide us a service and show a little more respect and appreciation. I don't think Liquid fell into the shady promoter category at all. I think time just ran its course and that people will always bash the ones on top, until something new comes along.
Im hoping the future will be bright and different.
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by d.code:
I ventured into the second room after hearing that Jen was in there- but I never found her! Boourns!
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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Duvessa:
when did they say it was their last party?
its not on their website, they are going on the road but no where does it say its their last toronto party.
and ive not heard this from any of my sources