Friday, October 18th
111 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
116 South 18th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Saturday, October 19th
Explore the sounds of deep minimal, garage and tech house music with Logical this Saturday Featured guest will be Red Richards, Blueshift, Ben Arsenal, and Jay Hilario. The party starts at 9 and runs till 2 am with a $5 cover at the door.
1200 Callowhill St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
The sexy and sultry Miguel joins Drake to show Philly some love in concert. Catch the dynamic duo from 7-11pm at the grand Wells Fargo Center. Check out ticket prices here!
Joonbug has been given official word that due to forecasts of heavy rain, the Afrojack show at MCU Park has been moved indoors to Roseland Ballroom . No need to fret, however, as your tickets will be valid for this show.Showtime will now be from 8pm- 2am, doors open at 7pm. The show will remain 18+ to enter.
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Formerly known as Dayglow, Life in Color began in 2006 on Florida college campuses and has quickly grown to a national level, intoxicating audiences with a mind-blowing mix of music, dance, art, and of course, paint. Friday's lineup includes Nicky Romero headlining the show, Borgore, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, and David Solano and Kryoman.
Izod Center 50 New Jersey 120 NJ, NY
This Friday, August 16th, in honor of National Rum Day, Upstairs at the Kimberly Hotel will be extending a discount on their specialty Rum Service cocktail from 5-6pm only. For just $12, patrons can sip on a rum based cocktail with hints of pear, lime, and honey. After the special "cocktail hour" guests are welcome to enjoy gourmet dishes such as truffled mac, kobe burgers, and spiced duck cigars while listening to the party sounds of thier DJ and looking out to the breathtaking view.
Dinner and a movie is the quintessential date. Its a time honored tradition as old as the movie theater itself, and for good reason. It doesn't require much thought. It also protects against the possibility of you and your date ending up with nothing to do, which leads to boredom, which leads to you two realizing you don't have much to talk about, which leads to your date leaving. That is why dinner and a movie is typically a first date. People on first dates can rarely think of anything to talk about. That's whats so nice about the movie, it eats up a great deal of time and later you can say, “So what did you think of the movie?”
Renowned hotel, casino and nightlife hub Revel, located in Atlantic City, NJ, has announced, Kanye West, will be taking over for his second stint during New Year's weekend at Ovation Hall. The 18-time Grammy winner will take the stage with a lineup of three concerts on December 28th, 29th, and 30th, continuing his trend of choosing Revel as the place to stage his only solo US appearances and where he held two sold-out shows this past July.
Last Thursday, celebrated musician Flo Rida hosted his "Hey Jasmin Experience" concert in Miami. Since his recent release of new smach album Wild Ones, which features hit singles "Whistle," "Good Feeling," and "Wild Ones" featuring Sia, Flo Rida released "Hey Jasmin" as a free track and video in appreciation of his fans. The hip hop star followed up the release with an intimate club performance in celebration of the song, as well as in celebration of his #1 single "Whistle."
The artist was surprised by his management team when they presented him with an incredible cake honoring his hit. There was also a special guest appearance by Interscope recording artist JRand.
On Sunday, May 13 at 8 pm, four-time Grammy Award nominee and R&B icon Charlie Wilson and Grammy Award winning, multi-platinum selling recording artist Fantasia Barrino will perform a special Mother’s Day concert at The Paradise Theater in the Bronx, NY. Joonbug had the chance to catch up with Uncle Charlie and find out why he got involved in this event and what his future plans are!
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Andre Tanneberger, better known as ATB, is one of Germany's brightest stars within the electronic dance realm. Having taken his layered, moving sound all over the world, ATB will land at NYC's LAVO for the first time ever this Thursday, Nov 10th.
Armed with his newly released 8th album Distant Earth, expect an eclectic mix of his newer, refined tracks and classics such as "9pm (Till I Come)," which helped put ATB on the map by being the first trance track to hit #1 on the charts. His unique, emotional mix of electronic beats, live instruments, and lush harmonies has garnered him worldwide recognition, having recently being voted #1 DJ in the world by The DJ List.
Will you come be a part of the experience this Thursday? Check out lavony.com for more info.
After 14 albums and over three decades together, Duran Duran might as well have been a living display from the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s legendary collection of music paraphernalia. The band has changed and aged over the years, but the same sprightly spirit has remained with Simon, Nick, John and Roger.
Four giant, ghostly white masks hung high above a stage spotlighted a dark shade of blue. The crowd erupted as the house lights dimmed and the band emerged. The boys blasted off to outer space with their first single circa 1981, Planet Earth. Flashing lights resembled the launching of a spaceship and the band performed to a backdrop of stars whizzing by at light speed.
Hip-hop mainstay Lupe Fiasco has had a busy 2011, having finally released his long awaited full-length Lasers this past March, in addition to the 5-year-anniversary re-release of his beloved debut Food & Liquor. He's spending his fall on the road, and will be bringing his concious, visual flow to the Hollywood Palladium on Oct. 10.
Expect classics such as skate anthem "Kick, Push" and "Superstar," as well as newer singles like "Show Goes On." The Chi-Town MC is never one to hold back his political and social beliefs, so its likely he'll be as blunt and unfiltered between songs as he is in the press.