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Sunday, August 20, 2006

The Crobar and Paul Van Dyk experience

Well overall it was a pretty crazy fun weekend. Scott got into town safe and sound on Friday and we relaxed at my place and I cooked dinner for he and Hillary.The plan afterwards was to see Sander K at Crobar later friday night. Turns out he cancelled to due "illness" and we all were a little curious as to who was going to cover.....after Scott made a few phone calls we found out Seb Fontain was going to be covering which was a respectable substitute. About 12:15 am re arrived at Crobar and the line was huge. Scott and a friend Johnny cut the line and got in and Hillary and I got in soon thereafter. We paid the $20 cover which was reduced from $30 because we were on the guestlist and we headed into the house/electronic room. Gino the Ginny was %100 right on his obsevations of the club haha. The hip hop room was well.....ghetto as expected. And the dance room was filled with Indians, asians and tough guy italians in their wife beaters AHEM...I mean white tank tops. It was over crowded and I must have been bumped into more then a dozen times. Seb had the crowd filled with alot of energy but he persued to play alot of tribal and it was a bit repetitive. Anywho it was decent, but im not in a rush to get to Crobar again anytime soon. We got to Grand Central around 4:15 am and we had to wait till 5:15am to get inside to catch our 5:30 train back home. Grand Central around that time is very amusing. There are alot of people in their 20's passed out probably due to too much drinking, and even the awake drunks are equally amusing, especially when they throw up in GC like this one girl did. We got home around 6:15 am, and passed the fuck out.

We woke up Saturday afternoon round 2:00pm and began our day getting ready for Paul Van Dyk. Hopped on the train, grabbed a slice of pizza on 42nd and made our way to Central Park. We got their no problems and the will call and main line seemed to run very smoothly and we hardly waited to get in which was nice. Gates opened at 4:30 and the show started at 6:00. Well Paul went on the crowd went crazy and everyone dashed toward the stage. As expected there were all walks of life which is really cool and there were alot of positive vibes which made everything enjoyable. The show went from 6:00pm-10:00pm and it ended right at 10:00pm. It was my first Trance show and Hillary and I enjoyed it greatly.


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