Around the Nightlife Scene - September 12, 2014

Palms Pool

Nightlife News & Notes: Pool Club Closings a NYE Announcement and More
Pool season is finally showing signs of winding down. Though the Palms Pool will continue booking DJs through the month, Ditch Fridays ends September 12. On September 21, Daylight takes a bow with Krewella, and September 28 sees a slew of wet spots concluding the season, including Encore Beach Club with Zedd, Rehab, Liquid (featuring an all-day open bar) and Daydream. MORE>>


Ultra Music Festival

Ultra Music Festival Bans Minors
The organizers of Ultra Music Festival announced Tuesday (Sept. 2) that the massive Miami electronic dance music event is banning teens under 18, citing safety concerns. “This decision has been made to reinforce and promote the safety of all Ultra Music Festival fans and to ensure the overall enjoyment of all future attendees,” organizers said in a statement posted on the festival’s website. MORE>>


The BunaglowThe Bungalow Doubles Southward to Huntington Beach
Brent Bolthouse had a winning formula when he debuted The Bungalow in Santa Monica two years ago, right next to the Fairmont and steps from the ocean. He's going to try and replicate the recipe again when he opens The Bungalow in Huntington Beach some time in 2015. Along with the typical charm The Bungalow has been known for, expect this outlet to incorporate some of that "surf city" vibe into this new locale right at Pacific City, a new development with retail and eateries right along the beach. MORE>>


Richest Nightclubs10 of the Richest Nightclubs in the World
Many are naturally drawn to a nightclub for its various alluring effects. It is a place for many people to relive their youth, to meet new friends, or to avoid as much of the stress from their lives as possible. Many prefer nightclubs from their native country, while others travel abroad just to find an expensive one internationally. MORE>>


Dos Caminos and Il Mulino, Coyote Ugly and the Carnegie Deli, Tao nightclub and Rao’s—all were born in Manhattan and flourished there before dropping a sister property in Las Vegas.

But one local business moved boldly in the opposite direction. The Double Down, Las Vegas’ venerable punk-rock dive bar since 1992, opened a location in New York’s East Village in spring 2006. Why? “New York is the capital of the world! Everything happens in New York,” explains Double Down owner P Moss. Gotham City glory was one reason, but there was also the urge to swim against the tide.

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Double DownLong Live the Double Down
Dos Caminos and Il Mulino, Coyote Ugly and the Carnegie Deli, Tao nightclub and Rao’s—all were born in Manhattan and flourished there before dropping a sister property in Las Vegas. But one local business moved boldly in the opposite direction. The Double Down, Las Vegas’ venerable punk-rock dive bar since 1992, opened a location in New York’s East Village in spring 2006. Why? “New York is the capital of the world! Everything happens in New York,” explains Double Down owner P Moss. MORE>>


Don Hill'sLegendary Don Hill's Set to Reopen as Hills NYC
Details are scarce at the moment, but all signs point to a new operator mounting plans to revive Don Hill's — where a panoply of rock luminaries once played intimate shows, the '80s theme night ruled, and Courtney Love covered Lady Gaga and cursed everyone out —  at 511 Greenwich Street, its former home. The incoming proprietor will appear next week at a Community Board meeting to discuss operations at what's being called the Hills NYC at the one-story Soho building, which is owned by Tribeca's Ponte Equities. MORE>>


3DM Music Festival

3DM To Be World's First 3D Dance Music Festival
On November 1, the city of Providence, Rhode Island will become the first stop for the world’s first 3D dance music festival, as reported by EDM.com. Dubbed 3DM, this concert tour aims to deliver a brand new experience to the jaded festivalgoer. Choosing a location was key in bringing this concept to life, and the Dunkin Donuts Center was chosen as the ideal candidate for the inaugural fest.  MORE>>

 

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