Nightlife Agenda Pick of the Week
Looking back on 2006, Jesse Tittsworth has been one of our favorite DJs, thanks to his crowd-pleasing, floor-filling Baltimore club and booty bass remixes as well as his deft turntable skills. He's headlining Saturday's Pho Real Xmas Party at Five, which features a hot lineup of house, breaks, electro, B'more and dubstep on a night that's usually reserved for house in all its myriad forms. (And you can get your picture taken with Santa! Seriously!) Tittsworth is joined in the main room by Tom B of Eighteenth Street Lounge, Bobby Jae, Mat Nordstrom and Ken Lazee, while Signal and Ricky Ricardo spin dubstep -- the latest garage/grime hybrid to come out of London -- on the tented-and-heated rooftop deck. Admission to the dress-code-free evening is $10, though they'll knock off a few bucks if you bring a few cans of food for the homeless. More info can be found at Upfrontdc.com.
This is just one of the events you can read about in our Three-Day Weekend edition of the Nightlife Agenda, which features seasonal happy hours, late-night dance parties and concerts by some very cool local bands.
Posted by: A Desperate Appeal | December 29, 2006 12:36 PM | Report abuse
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