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06 Aug 2015 - 07:45:45 pm

Three things about Marquee's Silent Disco - Las Vegas Weekly (blog)

For less shy participants, the actual color-coded headphones really tend to be a entertaining icebreaker with regard to making a brand new friend (or fling). If you're unfamiliar, attendees use headphones instead of hearing the qualifications music out loud, providing your appearance that will most individuals are grooving throughout silence. My companion input it best: "You can choose your own experience and do not have got to become tied to one genre or perhaps DJ." Could this end up being the near future of clubbing?

Photo involving Leslie Ventura . The idea sounds cool about paper, in my feel it in absolutely no way worked--until this week. Within ...

Tue, Aug 4, 2015 (4 p.m.)

1. Certainly Not any dancer? That's okay; there's enough entertainment jammed inside this small space with regard to everyone. The idea succeeded since with the DJ lineup and the choice to swap via three distinct channels on the own headphones, which in turn lit up having a distinct colour to allow other people understand your jam. the last channel (blue) synced listeners towards the main floorboards inside Marquee, exactly where Carnage was at control.

3. Somewhere inside any secret location (red), a new mystery DJ has been spinning every thing via indie in order to R&B to classic rock. And Also should you missed it, your nightclub's lounge hosts a fresh disco around the very first Monday of every month.

Marquee's Silent Disco features three distinct music channels with regard to clubbers to choose on from, every using a corresponding headphone color.

2. Knowing what folks are playing and also watching all of them dance will help an individual stay occupied for any while, in addition there are go-go dancers. Acquire much more Leslie Ventura

Leslie Ventura joined the Vegas weekly within 2013 after graduating through UNLV with a bachelor's inside Women's Studies. Inside the particular Library, Lisa Pittman (green) was spinning R&B, rap along with old-school hip-hop. Along With although "Dancing Using Myself" in absolutely no way came in (too easy?) I can't complain regarding hearing "Gangsta's Paradise" as well as "Pony" followed by Men at Work's "Land Down Under" plus a remix regarding "Forever Young," most in the span of 30 minutes. Each silent disco I've ever attended may be any bust: negative music, lethargic crowd, poor execution. Monday night's silent disco inside the Library from Marquee was a total hit. It's like having a DJ in your head

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