Dance, Dance, Dance. Dust your dancing shoes off because you won't want to sit down. A trendy club with a revolving dance floor. The DJ's spin music that appeals to all who want to bust a move. As with most clubs the crowds are lighter at the beginning of the week versus the weekends but the club is large enough with 2 levels to handle it. The lighting affects are over shadowed by a killer fof machine. The drinks are decent and resonably priced. The price of a ticket will also get you in other clubs on Pleasure Island in case you want to explore a little variety. The male to female ratio on weekends is weighted on the male side but during the early part of the week it is more balanced. Check out Mannequins if you feel like dancing.
EVERYONE and EVERYTHING. They have a rotating dancefloor. There was trendy, artsy, and laid-back. There were some older, mainly 20's crowd. The music was decent techno and everyone danced the night away. I haven't seen so many people dance in a club. The drinks are decent (about the same anywhere) but they have 2 stories and mutliple bars. The atmosphere is trendy and artsy, looking more like a cool NY museum than a club at times. All in all, this club is recommended for anyone looking to go out and have a fabulous time without the worry of whether they will be dressed appropriately or dance like a fool.
Twirly and Fun. Novel revolving dance floor with roller rink feel (hint: easier to jump off it instead of stepping off). DJs use advanced equipment and sound proficiently, providing house and some trance music. Advanced lighting feels like it was set up and then forgotten. Best fog machine anywhere -- floods the center of dance floor in a big column. Wall of mirrors to check dance moves while rotating. Self-conscious, well-behaved, mostly older adult clientele. Two balconies above for observing. Crowd gets bigger the closer to the weekend really thin Tues and Wed peopled enough to be fun. Thurs well-populated but male to female ratio then unexpectedly about 15 to 1, rest of the week was well balanced. On Pleasure Island - one ticket also accesses several other dance clubs.
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