Darkhorse 10/29 Designer Drugs, Mr Collipark, Walker & Royce

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Darkhorse 10/29 Designer Drugs, Mr Collipark, Walker & Royce
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DARKHORSE : a Halloween dance party.

Mr. ColliPark
Designer Drugs
Walker & Royce
Mr B and the Tribal Hoose
Wattie Green


Join PB & JRC Live For An Experience Like Never Before w/ Full Staging, Lighting, Sound & Visuals! Prepare Yourselves For This Epic Halloween Themed Event!! Prizes Will Be Given Out For The Top THREE Costumes, So Come Dressed To Impress!
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Not only was the music and scene a total failure the venue was outside in the mud. It was not advertised as an outdoor event. My friends and I were visiting Nashville from DC and Chicago. We did our best to plan ahead and buy tickets to a fun Halloween party but this proved to have been foolish. 

Upon arrival we asked the Uber driver if he was sure he had the right address because it looked trashy and lame. Despite us arriving around midnight, there were hardly any people present to fill the gated outdoor space. The flow was very confusing as some people were sitting inside trailers inside. We purchased VIP tickets because it promised a private bathroom and separate bar. We couldn't find VIP for the life of us at first. Then we stumbled across a 3 foot gate leading to a path up a small hill. That small landing of grass was the VIP area. NO WHERE NEAR the stage. The private bathroom was an outhouse (again, it made no mention of this being outside). The guard who let us in approached us to tell my friend that we were in the VIP section. Note: no one was in the VIP section but us. She said, of course we bought tickets and pointed to her wristband. They chatted for a few minutes and he walked away. About 5 minutes later he re-approached us to tell us we had to leave because it was VIP. To help this poor guy out we all point to our wrist bands indicating that we are, in fact, supposed to be there. 

The event promised contortionists, fire breathers, aerial artists, the works. What we got was one guy in the corner spinning a hula hoop around on his arm. It did have fire on three points of the hoop, I will say. We all laughed and decided to leave after 20 minutes which was 5 minutes too long because our friend had to use our "private bathroom". As we are leaving we stop at the registration folding tables at the street and ask if the event advertised that it was outdoors. The woman stared at me blankly and said, "No Refunds". I laughed again and we got in our Uber to head to Broadway St. We ended up wandering into a bar and having a fantastic time.