Full House Saturday W/ Demarkus Lewis & Brian K At Sunset Lounge

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FULL HOUSE SATURDAY
The idea was to create a space or event that celebrated the best of underground House and Disco music, plus a varied playlist of Deep House, Soulful House, Funky House, Progressive House, Minimal and Tech House genres. DJs include premium local spinners as well as fanciable headliners from around the U.S. and the world.

With its seasonal cocktails & welcoming service, Sunset Lounge has an extensive bar with all the fixins available for top notch cocktails and is available year-round with both sexy interior and exterior options, making this a great intimate spot for dancing or lounging around to your favorite House Music. The expansive covered patio is ideal for the cold and warm months too. Food menu available all night

WE'RE LOOKING FOR MATURE PARTY GOERS PLEASE:
21yrs & up is welcomed, but encourage 24yrs or older at
Full House Saturday!

FALL DJ CALENDAR
OCTOBER 2016
10/1 KAMPALA / Houlihan
10/8 J.Vaughan / Kleptik / Houlihan
10/15 Demarkus Lewis / Brian Knolley
10/22 John Baugh / Chaser
10/29 Special Guest Headliner

NOVEMBER 2016
11/5 Jwho / guest
11/12 TBA
11/19 TBA
11/26 TBA


HOUSE MUSIC REVOLUTION
House Music spread like a wildfire across the world. It has been keeping people dancing for well over 20 years and has become a lifestyle many have come to love and appreciate. Deriving from Disco, House Music has evolved into many sub-genres that have gained mass appeal and will continue to grow exponentially.

As House Music progressed during the late 80s and early 90s, it was played all round the world and grew by influence of different cultures, creating many more sub-genres: Detroit Techno, Acid House, Hip-House, Hard House, Funky House. Although House Music has heavily influenced and shaped pop music over the last few decades it remains non-mainstream and exists as a healthy network of underground scenes.

The term ‘House Music’ originated as a reference to the music Frankie Knuckles was playing at ‘The Warehouse.’ It’s been said that record stores began to sell some of these records and labeled them ‘As Played at The Warehouse,’ which became shortened to ‘House Music.

FULL HOUSE SATURDAY
EVERY WEEKEND AT SUNSET LOUNGE
$$ NO COVER $$
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By: Proton Limited

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