You a fan of Kaskade? Tiesto? Deadmau5? Or even the renowned Pauly D from Jersey Shore? If so, Fur nightclub is the spot to watch out for.
Not only hosting special artists all over the world, Fur also features an enormous dance floor, intimate and fashionable lounges, a smoke-free balcony, theme rooms, and even a late-night espresso bar and café,
On the weekends, Fur offers at least four DJs spinning divergent music in various sections of the huge club, which is formerly a storage warehouse.
This club definitely won’t disappoint the people who want to dance the night away till the wee hours of the morning. Check out the website at furnightclub.com .
Insider Tip: It’s worth it to arrive early on nights with special DJ appearances since lines do get kind of long..
Put on your LBD (little black dress) and head down to MatrixFillmore for a girl’s night out on the town. With a giant dance floor and bartenders who keep the drinks flowing, the MatrixFillmore is upscale but not
There’s a big dance floor with a DJ spinning tunes all night and there are also tables with bottle service around the edges. The crowd is diverse with people from all walks of life coming together for a good time.
One of the standout features of the lounge is the fireplace that separates the dancefloor. Cozy up with a new friend on one of the couches. The waitresses are quick and attentive and will be sure to get you whatever drinks you need for the night.
As far as what to wear goes – dress to impress. You never know who you might meet or bump into while you’re out getting d
MatrixFillmore is located at 3138 Fillmore Street.
If you want to meet New York’s most attractive crowd, Provocateur in Meatpacking District is the perfect place to go. And if nature isn’t selective enough, then the bouncers at Provocateur certainly are. This upscale venue might have the toughest door in the entire city, making it exclusive, glamourous, and desirable. On a Thursday night, there are more fashion models at Provocateur, than in Lincoln Center during Fashion Week. But as we all know, beauty comes with a cost, and in this case, a very high one. Their prices are extremely high, but the service, the music, and the crowd – outstanding. Provocateur is divided into two part – a lounge and a night club. So, whenever you need to take a break from dancing, you can indulge yourself with a $20 cocktail in the lounge area.
For an upscale time on a budget, head to Madrone Art Bar on Divisidero for fun drinks, a chill, friendly crowd and lots and lots of dancing.
Things really heat up Tuesday nights for Boogaloo $2 Tuesdays with the local band “Steppin” playing live music until closing and $2 Tecate beer and $4 Jameson all night long. Fridays and Saturdays also get going with drink specials and theme nights, including a Michael Jackson/Prince dance-off.
You also can’t beat the decor. Madrone highlights different artists and their work – from photographs to paintings and mixed media – every month, making each visit feel like your first.
They also have a photo booth in the front of the bar so even if you forget your camera, you can still have memories of a great night.
Madrone Art Bar is located at 500 Divisadero Street in San Francisco.
A Tupperware party might be your grandma’s idea of a fun night out, but Dixie’s Tupperware Party will be yours. Dixie, is the fast-talking Tupperware lady who packed her catalogues and left it all to travel the country selling America’s favorite food storage device. The show took off-Broadway by storm and his now touring in Denver Dec.1- Jan 2. They’ll be plenty of jokes, heartfelt stories and audience participation. And yes, bring some cash because you can actually purchase Tupperware at this fun night out. December 1, 2010 – January 2, 2011 at Garner Galleria Theatre.
By day it’s a simple diner, serving up simple fare like salads and burgers, but by night, Silk City Lounge transforms into a raging club, filled with hipsters and young professionals looking for a little fun. The calendar is packed nightly with the hottest DJs and electronica/indie rock bands on the scene. DJ Sammy Slice and Cool Hand Luke keep the party hopping every Thursday night at this jet-set cool bar, but DJ Deejay continues to give them a run for their money every Sunday.
The Georgia Aquarium combines the sounds of jazz and awesome sea creatures for the coolest event this summer. Every Friday night, kick back after your long week as some of Atlanta’s best jazz musicians play smooth tunes all night long. You can take in the sights or enjoy up-front VIP seating with Wolfgang Puck’s specially prepared meals. The event is free with aquarium admission, and with drink specials during the entire event, your wallet won’t take a hit.
Everybody knows that Miami is the place to go for the best spa treatments, and in celebration, several spas are offering special deals for the entire month of July. After a long day of fun in the sun or a long night partying, enjoy some of the exclusive manicures, pedicures and massages at discount prices. Even spas like the ones in the Standard Hotel and the Doral Resort, which have been ranked as one of the “Best Spas in America” by Travel + Leisure magazine, are taking part in the offers. So lay back, close your eyes, and indulge your body.
Real life is rarely like life on the big screen, but the return of Washington DC’s outdoor film series may be one of those times. Saved by the donations of local residents, this year’s program is especially sweet. It all starts on July 12th with the charm of 007 in Goldfinger followed by Oscar winner The Goodbye Girl, and concludes at the end of the month with an examination of justice in 12 Angry Men. The films screen every Monday night in July and begin around dusk. So grab a blanket and some snacks, and take part in your own Hollywood ending with a loved one.
In the land of Hollywood, anything is possible, like viewing the films of past directors and actors… with them. Every Saturday night and some Sundays through July, flicks will be shown at the Forever Hollywood Cemetery, where the likes of director Cecil B. Demille, actress Marion Davies, and producer, actor, director Douglas Fairbanks Sr. are buried. Live DJs spinning before and after the screenings makes this all-night affair even more irresistible. The one-of-a-kind setting has made it a popular tradition amongst Angelenos, and the space does fill up. So get there early with food and drinks before settling back with the stars.
Two of the best aspects of LA- the warm weather and theater scene- combine in Shakespeare by the Sea’s summer program. Throughout the whole summer, the comedy Twelfth Night and the tragedy Julius Caesar will be put on in number of parks close to the ocean for free. In July, coming from audiences and critics’ rave reviews in New York, Chicago, and Austin, Impro Theater will be putting on Shakespeare Unscripted. Using your suggestions and Shakespearean characters, every performance is unique and makes for a fun and creative night out. Located a few blocks from the beach, it’s the perfect end to day out in the sun and surf.