- DISCOPUSSY, the new after-hours dance haven at 512 E. Fremont St., hosted a packed Halloween weekend lineup.
- Chromeo on Friday, the 29th; Taiki Nulight on Saturday, the 30th; and VNSSA+ HONEYLUV on Sunday, the 31st.
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DISCOPUSSY, the new after-hours dance haven at 512 E. Fremont St., hosted a packed Halloween weekend lineup including lively performances by Chromeo on Friday, October 29; Taiki Nulight on Saturday, October 30; and VNSSA + HONEYLUV on Sunday, October 31.
Chromeo kicked off the festive weekend with an explosive Friday night performance. Playing their funk, disco and soul hits, the “Creature Feature” themed partygoers danced to the duo’s well-known club hits including “Needy Girl” and “Over Your Shoulder.” Keeping the Halloween spirit alive on Saturday, Holy House with Taiki Nulight hit the stage at 10 p.m., and the DJ’s trademark EDM sound got the crowd pumped for “Matrix” night. Ending the weekend with a bang, VNSSA+ HONEYLUVwere the queens of the “Disco Zombie Prom” on Halloween night as they played back-to-back sets into the early hours of the morning.
Chromeo is a Canadian electro-funk duo from Montreal, formed in 2002 by musicians David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel. Their sound draws from blue-eyed soul, dance music, rock, synth-pop, disco, and funk.
DISCOPUSSY is a 6,500-square-foot after-hours dance haven that brings mainline house and techno to Fremont East. The centerpiece of DISCOPUSSY is a custom-built disco-octopus, made from more than 10,000 laser cut components illuminated by more than 5,000 individually addressable light-emitting diodes. Created by Keegan Olton in collaboration with Future TBD and Building 180, the tentacles present a colorful, visual light experience set to immersive sound presented by a VOID Acoustics sound system. Creative lighting scatters the venue, investigating geometric exploration through light, shadow, and perception. Much of the interior space is blanketed in art by local abstract, freestyle, and pop street artist, Pretty Done – whose work even covers an entire bathroom with black and white freestyle drawings. DISCOPUSSY is open 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Thursday – Saturday, and 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Sunday. More information is available on their website and by calling 702-754-1225.
About Corner Bar Management:
Created by Las Vegas entrepreneur Ryan Doherty, Corner Bar Management is behind some of the city’s most popular nightlife venues, including Commonwealth, The Laundry Room, Park on Fremont, DISCOPUSSY, Lucky Day, and its most recent boutique restaurant, Peyote, in the Fremont East Entertainment District. Corner Bar has also brought concepts such Oddwood, a stylish bar, and Museum Fiasco, an immersive, multi-sensory museum, to AREA15, the world’s first purpose-built experiential art and entertainment complex. Doherty’s projects highlight his passion for art and design through concepts that reflect the moment, even though their appeal is timeless.