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Buzz night at the Warehouse?

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anyone know about this?

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!!!Buzz Night At the Warehouse this friday!!!

OCTOBER 11TH 2002

_OLDSCHOOL BUZZ NIGHT_

@ The Wearhouse

JOHN TAB (BUZZ DC)

S&M- SINESTRO & MIAH (The sydicate, BUZZ DC)

LEXUS KING (Luvchild, Instinctive Grooves)

CAZ & RANSOM (Sympty, step-syndicate, GHM)

JESSY TITTSWORTH & SKANDALUS (5" taint, mixed conscience)

CHRIS WARIN & PROXXY(Rythm republic, dcskilz, relative productions, luvchild)

DJ XCEL (Meddling Kids/PleasureHouse Productions)

PICO & DANIELLA DOWNS(bowie audio mafia, instinctive grooves)

more info to come........

This party will be all about having fun, interacting with old and new friends and celebrating all the music that has changed our lives over the years.............

Dance all night............Bring Glowsticks...........Break out your old clothes......Break out your old attitudes...... Bring out the good vibes........

This will be the biggest event W has seen in a while.

There will be more lighting, decor and seating for this night.

Come out early to catch all the dj's....

10pm-11am

Located @ The Wearhouse:

2122 24th place NE washington D.C.

$13 all night

info: [email protected]

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why are they throwing a buzzlife party at the warehouse, club w, whatever u want to call it. that place is the worst ever. i would've never thought buzz would go from a decent location at Nation now to throwing a party at the warehouse....the edge is nicer than the warehouse and that isn't saying much.

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Originally posted by clubkiddan

why are they throwing a buzzlife party at the warehouse, club w, whatever u want to call it. that place is the worst ever. i would've never thought buzz would go from a decent location at Nation now to throwing a party at the warehouse....the edge is nicer than the warehouse and that isn't saying much.

it looks like "relative productions" is throwing the party, not buzz. They're just using the buzz name (probably illegally) to promote it.

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