WEEKEND PICKS
DC Weekend Roundup: January 17-19 2014

Friday, January 17th

As part of Phonic Fridays, Bryan Kearney will be bringing his talent for technically sound trance to Zepplin. Well recognized on a global scale for his work with big names like John O' Callaghan, and having established his own label, Kearnage Recordings, Kearney is one of many big names that will be staking their claim over Friday nights in the DC Area. Come dressed to dance, tickets start at $15 for the 21 and older crowd only.

At U Street Musical Hall, the weekend kicks off with Red Fridays, and this week they are presenting veteran Chicago house DJ Derrick Carter to the dance music masses. Doors open at 10pm, with free admission before 11pm for anyone 21 and up. Tickets are availble online at $10 for people between 18 and 20.

EARGASMIC
Pre-NYE Party Playlist

As 2012 approaches its end, some of us may be anticipating what 2013 may bring but first, we shall celebrate big on December 31! While you're remembering the best moments you had in 2012, forgetting about mishaps and looking ahead, add these funky tracks to your NYE playlist to get you in the party mood and don't forget to check out all the hottest parties throughout NYC here!

CLUB 50
Rooftop Club Attracts Miami's Most Glam

Perched high over the lapping breakers of Biscayne Bay, The Viceroy Hotel's exclusive Club 50 is a new hotbed for celebrity sightings as well as a luxurious oasis for Miami locals and tourists alike. Situated on the hotel's rooftop pavilion, The Viceroy's nightlife paradise offers a spectacular atmosphere complete with floor-to-ceiling windows in beautifully crafted dining rooms as well as in the iconic restrooms. Internationally renowned chef Michael Psilakis and conceptual interior architect Kelly Wearstler have created a perfect marriage of Mediterranean fare and design. Fifty stories above the bustling streets of Miami, Club 50 demands a sophisticated wardrobe tagged with designer labels for a night of poolside cocktails while ogling over the hottest looks and trends.