Around the Nightlife Scene - November 21, 2013

EDC Las VegasEDC Vegas 2014 Dates Announced & EDC 2013 After Movie Released!
The time of year where everyone is prepping for festival season has begun! We here at Your EDM pride ourselves on bringing you the latest and greatest in the EDM scene. Today we have some incredibly big news on one of the largest festivals in North America, EDC Las Vegas 2014!  After months of waiting for the dates of EDC Vegas, they have finally been announced. EDC Vegas will take place Friday June 20th, Saturday June 21st and Sunday June 22. MORE>>

Tahiry JoseGrand Opening of Tahiry Jose's New Nightclub Suite 135 Gogo Club
On Tuesday November 12, 2013, Love and Hip Hop New York star Tahiry Jose surprised her fans by adding a new venture to her flourishing modeling and acting career. The curvaceous beauty was all smiles as she announced her part ownership of the luxurious 2 level brand new hotspot complete with Go Go dancers and 5 stages. Suite 135 NightClub, located at 701 west 135th street in NYC hosted a Private Grand Opening to industry movers and shakers and a few familiar faces who came to show Tahiry support. MORE>>

insomniacInsomniac Donates $75,000 from EDC LV Ticket Sales to Three LV Charitable Organizations
Insomniac donated $75,000 to three Las Vegas organizations, honoring the commitment to charitable giving in the communities that host its music festivals. For the third year in a row, funds raised through the annual Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC), Las Vegas, helped Insomniac contribute $25,000 each toward the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada, Injured Police Officers Fund – Las Vegas, and the University of Nevada School of Medicine, specifically for its Emergency Medicine Resident Research Fund. MORE>>

MobyNightlife News & Notes: Moby returns to Hakkasan & More
Welcome back, Moby. The electronic music veteran returns to Hakkasan December 7 for a DJ set. His Labor Day Weekend set at the club must have left a good impression, as it was the first time he’d performed in Las Vegas since 2009. MORE>>

Stache 1920's Drinking DenSpeak-easy Style Bar Opens in Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale is finally taking cues from the popular speakeasy movement that has swept through many of the hippest cities in the country. The new cocktail bar, Stache, is hidden inside a non-descript building (pretty much a prerequisite for every nod to the Prohibition era) with a red awning leading the way back to the Roaring Twenties. Miami-based bartender John Lermayer developed the beverage program, which bodes well for the venue. MORE>>

LSANew Denton Joint Tunes Into Texas
LSA Burger Co. — that stands for Lone Star Attitude — is the project of two Texas-proud musicians. “When you walk in,” says co-owner Jon Christopher Davis, who’s also a singer-songwriter, “you will absolutely experience the depth and rich history of Texas music, and I’m talking all the way back to Scott Joplin and all the way up to Norah Jones.” MORE>>

Leave Rochelle Out of ItBros Name New LES Bro Bar After Mutual Ex Girlfriend
There have been a lot of convoluted stories behind the naming of bars, but the soon to open Leave Rochelle Out Of It has them all beat. You see, Rochelle Lee was just a nobody hostess at Pastis circa 2005 when Bro #1 first met her and became smitten. Sadly, Bro #1 and Rochelle lacked any real chemistry and became good friends. A few years later, Bro #2 decided that he had a thing for Rochelle, and he asked Bro #1 if he could go there (Of course Bro!), and a six-month romance was hatched. MORE>>

Fizz LoungeFizz Lounge Open in Vegas with Elton John Touches
Shhhh. Fizz Lounge, the bubblicious Champagne bar at Caesars Palace, quietly opened last Friday night. Why so quiet? Owners Steven Kennedy and Michael Greco, who partnered with Sir Elton John's husband David Furnish to open the space, don't plan to throw a grand opening gala until John himself returns to Caesars with his Million Dollar Piano residency in the spring. Until then, this is a project in motion with changes coming all the time. MORE>>



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