Happy World Party Day!

In 1995, writer Vanna Bonta came up with a very collegiate idea: Maybe the opposite of war isn’t actually peace…maybe the opposite of war is party.

We at are totally down with that philosophy. So today, in honor of World Party Day, we bring you some of the biggest and best party cities around the world. If you’re an avid partier, these need to be on your list. If you’re a newbe to the party scene, these places will introduce you with a bang.

Weekend Pick: Transmission Thursdays at Hotel Chantelle


Looking for a totally booze-tiful (we tried) way to spend your Thursday night? We have just the thing! NYC nightlife and events blog Subscene Style has joined party forces with the music blog AudioFemme to bring you weekly Transmission Thursday parties!

Between live performances by psychedelic electro-rock band Fascinator and deceivingly dark popstar Seasick Mama (not to mention a live DJ), the event features enough music for even the most insatiable live-show addict. But that’s not all: the whole night is being held at Hotel Chantelle, a notorious nightlife hotspot, and includes a free rum tasting courtesy of Owney’s NYC Rum, plus free “boozy” cupcakes brought to you by Prohibition Bakery (famous for, you guessed it: sweet treats with an alcoholic twist).And don’t forget the special late night cocktail happy hour after the rum tasting!

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Event Review: Cash Cash @ Pacha 2/21

The boys of Cash Cash came back to native NYC on Friday for one amazing kick ass night and Joonbug got to check it out!

Our feet hurt and we still hear the bass...that's gotta be a sign Joonbug had as great a night as everyone else at Pacha this Friday. The main floor was crowded with a mix of people ranging around 19-25. From hippie tops, eclectic band tees, Pacha gear and some just straight topless... people flooded in to see the trio.

Best friends and brothers Jean Paul Makhlouf, Alex Makhlouf and Samuel Frisch recently killed it with top hit Take Me Home ft. Bebe Rexa. This amazing group has gained international success and recognition for their great dance remixes.

Boston Weekend Roundup: February 14th - 16th

Friday February 14th :

Happy Valentine's Day LoveBugs! In 2013, after producing for 7 years, this LA native and former producer gathered the support of Tiesto, Hardwell, and Sander Van Doorn, to name a few. His anthemic productions also caught the attention of music industry giant Interscope Records, with whom he signed a management deal. The event runs from 10PM - 2AM - get your tickets here!


What's a better way to heat up Valentines than a night out!! DJ Rohit PLAYING TODAYS HOTTEST Top 40's mixes, Bollywood & Nepali Mixes ALL NIGHT LONG Doors open 10:00 pm. Party till 2:00 am. The music only gets hotter as the night goes on! DANCE ALL NIGHTT!!! $10 entry and $15 for couples! Plus Valentines Decor and Favors!

Get Ready to FLAUNT!

Nothing beats the taste of great food and spirits. Add sexy to it and we've got a party! That's why South Florida is the best place to host Moet Hennessy's amazing new digs: 'The Q' and 'FLAUNT'.

The Q will be hosted by King of Carnivores Michael Symon. The chef, that made a name for himself on several Food Network shows and ABC's The Chew, will lead us into a night of delightful dishes and creative cocktails. Our drink of choice, Moet Hennessy, will be bringing house mixologist Jordan Bushell, along with Belvedere mixologist Claire Smith, to treat us for the night! Tons of mixed drinks and bites? Count us in!

Spice Up Your Party With Spiced Baked Brie

Everyone likes a good wine and cheese party, but how are you going to make yours stand above the rest? Joonbug is here to provide you with fool-proof recipes that will be sure to make your party the talk of tastebud town. Picture this scene: your guests are entering your home, enticed by the smells of cinnamon, fruits, and freshly baked dough. We guarantee that that is exactly what will happen if you follow this easy recipe for baked brie which is sure to capture the hearts of your family and friends. Not only is baked brie more than easy to make -- wrap up some brie and fruit spread in puff pastry, bake it off, and enjoy--but also, you can take it to the next level by making just a few additions.

Boston Weekend Round-up : January 17 - 19 2014

Friday January 17th

100 Warrenton St. , Boston, MA , 02228

What's better than having a great night out? A great night out with no cover charge! Fridays at Gypsy bar are FREE with RSVP on eventbrite right here The event starts at 10pm and cover is free until 11:30! Resident DJ's DERA and Richard Fraioli will be playing all night. See you there!

116 Boylston Street , Boston, MA , 02116

Saturday January 18th

246 Tremont St , Boston, MA , 02116

100 Warrenton St, Boston , MA, 02228

Sunday January 19th

560 Harrison St, Boston, MA , 02118

Drink Up & Enjoy the Art!

We definitely love a good party, so this year my must-go party for Art Basel belongs to the Perrier-Jouet cocktail party hosted by none other than Soho House. It doesn't get any better than the Soho House in South Beach in the Tiki Garden.

The famed champagne brand has teamed up with Art Basel to become its official champgane for the festivities. A yummy tasting of Perrier-Jouet will be a delight as flutes will be dangling on the "Enchanting Tree". This feature will embrace the nature theme throughout Art Basel as well as enchant guests.

New York Survived the '#Storm'

A whirling and swirling 'Blizzard' of foam took over Club Amazura this past saturday night in Jamaica, Queens. Doors opened at 9pm for the nationally-reconginzed Electric Flurry Tour and the space quickly began to overflow with music-enthuasts and party-goers alike.

The venue itself (Club Amazura) set the tone for what would be a thrilling and exciting experience. The Roseland-Ballroom-of-Queens sports an enormous dance floor, positioned between two elongated bars on both sides of the room. The room itself vast in size was nothing compared to what could be seen on stage as attendees entered the venue. A massive Foam-Blasting Cannon was placed in the center of the stage which would be the focal point of the most anticipated moment of the night.