Omnia Las Vegas

omnianightclub.com Omnia Leather is the premier source for American Made leather and fabric upholstery. All furniture is designed, manufactured and shipped from our factory in Southern California. We are a family owned business that prides itself in quality workmanship We were in Las Vegas for a fight weekend and had the chance to go to the Omnia Club. Great atmosphere , nice venue staff and an amazing production (sound, lights, video). My favorite spot was the outdoor terrace overlooking the famous Las Vegas Strip, A great evening and a great spot in Las Vegas. … Enjoy rooftop views of the Las Vegas Strip, VIP bottle service and world-renowned DJs. We find ourselves in challenging and unprecedented times. Due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 virus we have temporarily suspended our venue operations until further notice. STEVE AOKI at OMNIA NIGHTCLUB inside CAESARS PALACE LAS VEGAS Saturday Night, Aug 3, 2019 VIP Access w/ $100 Bar Blackcard Got in line around midnight at OMNIA . With my VIP Blackcard, it took less than 10 minutes to get in. AOKI IS A LEGEND! Clubbers from all nation pack the place for him! Now I know why OMNIA rated #1 nightclub! Discover the OMNIA universe with a global interactive club experience. Located in Las Vegas, San Diego, Los Cabos and Bali. Designed by the internationally renowned Rockwell Group, OMNIA spans a total of 75,000 square feet. The multi-level venue encompasses a seductive ultra-lounge, a high-energy main room and mezzanine, as well as a breathtaking rooftop garden, showcasing panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip. Read more about OMNIA on Total Vegas Blog. The dance floor and main room VIP booth are typically considered prime real estate at Omnia Las Vegas. Many people also enjoy the freedom and ambiance on the Terrace, which overlooks Las Vegas Blvd. Or if you are more into hip-hop/Top 40 music, you can find yourself in the Heart Of Omnia. Omnia is a two-story nightclub at Caesars Palace that features an exclusive second level complete with outdoor patio overlooking the Las Vegas Strip.

Hangover after New Year’s in Vegas. Why not?

2020.09.07 19:47 MrHunter2020 Hangover after New Year’s in Vegas. Why not?

Hangover after New Year’s in Vegas. Why not?
I’m sitting in a Las Vegas hotel overlooking this colorful city. Despite it being January 1st, it’s +18 degrees Celsius during the day, which is ideal for walking around in a T-shirt while drinking Mojito. I’m thinking that this would not have been possible a few years ago. So I woke up this morning in my hotel room, my head still a bit dizzy. Yesterday’s party was truly amazing. There is a saying that goes - those who know what they want, get what they want, but those who do not know what they want to get what’s leftover. I allowed myself to dream and now I’m realizing my dream of going on a trip to the USA. I have many dreams and a long way to go, I will do anything to achieve them.
How I came to Las Vegas? You see, everything in this trip is happening spontaneously, just like it’s planning. The idea of the trip was born after the third shot in a bar in Riga while drinking with a friend. Who doesn’t remember the movie Hangover and the famous scenes with the crazy Las Vegas parties? At first, we just bought tickets to Los Angeles, but at the last moment, we decided to go straight to Vegas for New Year’s. That was organized by a different friend, but I’ll tell you about that a bit later.
LasVegas
Maybe I should blame this beautiful view, the warm weather or the party last night, but I have decided to share my story. Just a few years ago I was working in an office from 9:00 till 18:00 and even though I was living frugally I was still awaiting the salary day every month with anxiety. Afterward, I made my own company, worked even harder and saved money even more. I think there is a need for a change and the one who will change will last, so I have always insisted on the fact that people need to get out of their comfort zone.
Las Vegas has taught me lots about the American way of life. For example, the fact that it’s never too early for slots and never too late for a strip club. We saw the first slots not in the city, but already in the airport after stepping out of the plane. And the nightly walks through Vegas Strip were accompanied by the local advertiser’s invitations to drive to Titty bar.
We were staying in the famous Caesar’s Palace hotel. Of course, this choice was quite a bit more expensive and almost impossible to get on New Year’s eve, but it’s all worth it if you can stay in the famous Hangover movie hotel. I have to thank one acquaintance that I met while partying in Old Riga for this room. He is American and was in Latvia for business. We met in a club and I found him a nice company so he could celebrate his holidays with a bang while he was in Riga. We exchanged contacts and he made me a promise, that if I ever happen to be on the west coast, he will bring me to some crazy parties. I always thought of these types of promises skeptically, but I had nothing to lose so just as we landed I texted him. Miraculously, he answered. He immediately said that he won’t be able to accompany me and that I need to go to Vegas for New Year’s. I don’t know if he has some magical contacts or just had an unused registration in the hotel, but he got us two rooms in Caesar’s Palace on New Year’s eve. Of course, we paid for everything ourselves. As a bonus, he gave us two tickets to a New Year’s party in Omnia nightclub. Evening’s main DJ was Calvin Harris. I F***ing love it!!!
LasVegas
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2020.09.07 19:40 MrHunter2020 Hangover after New Year’s in Vegas. Why not?

Hangover after New Year’s in Vegas. Why not?
I’m sitting in a Las Vegas hotel overlooking this colorful city. Despite it being January 1st, it’s +18 degrees Celsius during the day, which is ideal for walking around in a T-shirt while drinking Mojito. I’m thinking that this would not have been possible a few years ago. So I woke up this morning in my hotel room, my head still a bit dizzy. Yesterday’s party was truly amazing. There is a saying that goes - those who know what they want, get what they want, but those who do not know what they want to get what’s leftover. I allowed myself to dream and now I’m realizing my dream of going on a trip to the USA. I have many dreams and a long way to go, I will do anything to achieve them.
How I came to Las Vegas? You see, everything in this trip is happening spontaneously, just like it’s planning. The idea of the trip was born after the third shot in a bar in Riga while drinking with a friend. Who doesn’t remember the movie Hangover and the famous scenes with the crazy Las Vegas parties? At first, we just bought tickets to Los Angeles, but at the last moment, we decided to go straight to Vegas for New Year’s. That was organized by a different friend, but I’ll tell you about that a bit later.
LasVegas
Maybe I should blame this beautiful view, the warm weather, or the party last night, but I have decided to share my story. Just a few years ago I was working in an office from 9:00 till 18:00 and even though I was living frugally I was still awaiting the salary day every month with anxiety. Afterward, I made my own company, worked even harder, and saved money even more. I think there is a need for a change and the one who will change will last, so I have always insisted on the fact that people need to get out of their comfort zone.
Las Vegas has taught me lots about the American way of life. For example, the fact that it’s never too early for slots and never too late for a strip club. We saw the first slots not in the city, but already in the airport after stepping out of the plane. And the nightly walks through Vegas Strip were accompanied by the local advertiser’s invitations to drive to Titty bar.
We were staying in the famous Caesar’s Palace hotel. Of course, this choice was quite a bit more expensive and almost impossible to get on New Year’s eve, but it’s all worth it if you can stay in the famous Hangover movie hotel. I have to thank one acquaintance that I met while partying in Old Riga for this room. He is American and was in Latvia for business. We met in a club and I found him a nice company so he could celebrate his holidays with a bang while he was in Riga. We exchanged contacts and he made me a promise, that if I ever happen to be on the west coast, he will bring me to some crazy parties. I always thought of these types of promises skeptically, but I had nothing to lose so just as we landed I texted him. Miraculously, he answered. He immediately said that he won’t be able to accompany me and that I need to go to Vegas for New Year’s. I don’t know if he has some magical contacts or just had an unused registration in the hotel, but he got us two rooms in Caesar’s Palace on New Year’s eve. Of course, we paid for everything ourselves. As a bonus, he gave us two tickets to a New Year’s party in Omnia nightclub. Evening’s main DJ was Calvin Harris. I F***ing love it!!!
LasVegas
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2020.02.09 01:55 GymandRave Preliminary EDC Week lineup

https://electronic.vegas/edc-week-las-vegas-calendar-guide/
Not sure if you guys are aware but some of the artists and dates are listed on this website. Also which events are you guys interested in? We are deciding between A&B, kshmr, tiesto, or fisher on the thursday. I can't deal with the amount of people at Omnia so skipping illenium for sure
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2020.01.15 21:22 jbernal77 Package for Two to Summer Splash Las Vegas Week 3- $1100USD

Hey guys,
I'm looking to sell a package for 2 to Summer Splash Las Vegas. Its for Week 3-- A 5 day, 4 night package from Aug 6-10. I booked this trip in error (long story but it involved alcohol) and I'm not able to cancel, so I'm trying to see if I can sell it at a discount.
I paid $1221 USD. Its for 2 people. Here are the details:
Date: Aug 6-10
Room: Fantasy Tower Upgraded King Room at the Palms Resort
DJ Lineup:
Aug 6- Dash Berlin at Marquee Dayclub. Zedd at Hakkasan
Aug 7- Diplo at Encore Beach Club. Kygo at XS or Flosstradamus at Encore Beach Club
Aug 8- Major Lazer at Encore Beach Club. Marshmello at Omnia
Aug 9- Kaskade at Wet Republic. The Chainsmokers at XS Night Club
Package includes skip the line and no cover for all the above shows!
The package is an amazing value and a great experience for EDM lovers. I've gone before and it was great, very well organized. I'd go again this year but I have a trip to Europe planned, and would rather use my money for that.
Hey guys, I'm looking to sell a package for 2 to Summer Splash Las Vegas. Its for Week 3-- A 5 day, 4 night package from Aug 6-10. I booked this trip in error (long story but it involved alcohol) and I'm not able to cancel, so I'm trying to see if I can sell it at a discount. I paid $1221 USD.300/300ng to sell at $1100 USD OBO. I've already contacted the organizers and they said I can transfer the package to two other people. I'm in Toronto so I can do e-transfer or Paypal. Message me if you have any questions!
https://summersplashlv.com
Thanks!!
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2020.01.15 21:08 jbernal77 Package for Two to Summer Splash Las Vegas Week 3

Hey guys,
Hope this is an appropriate subreddit for this.
I'm looking to sell a package for 2 to Summer Splash Las Vegas. Its for Week 3-- A 5 day, 4 night package from Aug 6-10. I booked this trip in error (long story but it involved alcohol) and I'm not able to cancel, so I'm trying to see if I can sell it at a discount.
I paid $1221 USD. Its for 2 people. Here are the details:
Date: Aug 6-10
Room: Fantasy Tower Upgraded King Room at the Palms Resort
DJ Lineup:
Aug 6- Dash Berlin at Marquee Dayclub. Zedd at Hakkasan
Aug 7- Diplo at Encore Beach Club. Kygo at XS or Flosstradamus at Encore Beach Club
Aug 8- Major Lazer at Encore Beach Club. Marshmello at Omnia
Aug 9- Kaskade at Wet Republic. The Chainsmokers at XS Night Club
Package includes skip the line and no cover for all the above shows!
The package is an amazing value and a great experience for EDM lovers. I've gone before and it was great, very well organized. I'd go again this year but I have a trip to Europe planned, and would rather use my money for that.
I'm looking to sell at $1100 USD OBO. I've already contacted the organizers and they said I can transfer the package to two other people. I'm in Canada so I can do e-transfer or Paypal. Message me if you have any questions!
https://summersplashlv.com
Thanks!!
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2020.01.15 19:47 jbernal77 Package for two to Summer Splash Las Vegas Week 3

Hey guys,
I'm looking to sell a package for 2 to Summer Splash Las Vegas. Its for Week 3-- A 5 day, 4 night package from Aug 6-10. I booked this trip in error (long story but it involved alcohol) and I'm not able to cancel, so I'm trying to see if I can sell it at a discount.
I paid $1221 USD. Its for 2 people. Here are the details:
Date: Aug 6-10
Room: Fantasy Tower Upgraded King Room at the Palms Resort
DJ Lineup:
Aug 6- Dash Berlin at Marquee Dayclub. Zedd at Hakkasan
Aug 7- Diplo at Encore Beach Club. Kygo at XS or Flosstradamus at Encore Beach Club
Aug 8- Major Lazer at Encore Beach Club. Marshmello at Omnia
Aug 9- Kaskade at Wet Republic. The Chainsmokers at XS Night Club
Package includes skip the line and no cover for all the above shows!
The package is an amazing value and a great experience for EDM lovers. I've gone before and it was great, very well organized. I'd go again this year but I have a trip to Europe planned, and would rather use my money for that.
I'm looking to sell at $1100 USD OBO. I've already contacted the organizers and they said I can transfer the package to two other people. I'm in Canada so I can do e-transfer or Paypal. Message me if you have any questions!
https://summersplashlv.com
Thanks!!
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2020.01.07 08:34 Detirus Henrik the Artist - Peddi Max (Lolica Tonica remix) Porter edit?

Sup guys
I heard this song during several of his DJ sets a couple of years back. I discovered that the track MAY be called what I have in the title, but I can't seem to find a clip of it anywhere. It's the song that goes, "ichi, ni, san , hai". I've been searching for it forever, but all the links I find are either dead or blocked on YouTube! I've been scanning other YouTube videos of his old sets but can't seem to find it.

Anyone have a recording of it, or know where to hear it? Even if it's not a good recording, I'll take anything!

Thanks!
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2019.12.16 17:38 Darby17 Omnia Leather Furniture Broker

Hi. I’m wondering if anyone has access to the wholesale pricing for Omnia Leather Furniture in Chico, CA.
I found a sectional at the Las Vegas showroom that I’m in love with but I can’t purchase it directly from them as I’m not a furniture store owner or interior designer with a business license.
Might anyone here be able to find out pricing and possibly help me save some money (or help me with research) by charging me less to order it than a local dealer with a giant showroom?
I have all the part numbers and details available if anyone is interested.
Thanks.
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2019.12.01 01:32 Zjc30 Question about OMNIA nightclub

So I’m trying to plan a vacation out to Las Vegas and I am dying to see Martin Garrix (my fav DJ) at OMNIA. However no dates have been released for this upcoming year for him at OMNIA or wet republic. When do they normally post dates? Thanks
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2019.11.30 13:00 WittyRound9 I love everything

Fyi pink supremes are so fucking good I’ve rolled many a times at raves and still think OMNIA in las vegas is the best place to roll. I love serotonin. I love you all❤️❤️
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2019.11.02 12:12 astoryiheard_ Escaping 7 years prison by the skin of my teeth in Vegas

I once escaped what I was told 7 years in a U.S. federal state penitentiary by the skin of my teeth.
Having driven from L.A. to Las Vegas with a friend, we arrived at the hard rock hotel. I needed to chill and recharge having driven the whole way but my mate decided to try his luck with the tables downstairs. I wake up to my friend returning and shaking me awake to inform me his fortunes have been prosperous and has sliced himself a tidy earn on the houses purse. Being the cat he is, he immediately went looking to trade his new found American currency for something a lot more fun... the Colombian premium export. 5 grams of the white stuff burning a hole in his pocket - the night has now elevated to new interesting waters. We decided to go to OMNIA - in Caesars Palace. The loose cannon he is I tell him I’ll hold onto the newly acquired assets for safe keeping.
We arrive at the club, deep in the heart of the casino complex. With our newly bought cheap leather shoes and crudely ironed shirts we are doing our best to shake the back packer look and craft a veneer of wealth and sophistication. We are nodded into the club like the Trojan horse into Troy with a payload to put the wolf of Wall Street to shame. After traversing a series of hallways, the dance floor opens up. A multi story oasis of debauchery. A quick look at one another and it’s a B line to the little boys room to put a dent in this 5g - courtesy of the roulette wheel.
I go into a cubicle and tee up two lines. Mine goes and then I pass my phone over to my mates hot little hand. I walk out of the toilets and wait.... 1 min goes by and he’s nowhere 5 mins and no where 10 - nowhere I think... has he shat himself or what... I go back in and see my friend.
He’s wrapped up by three enormous security guards. They march him towards me and he says mate I’m fucked... and passes me my phone. They then see this exchange and grab me. The only problem - He has nothing on him... I on the other hand... have 4.something grams of cocaine.
This is the part where 7 years becomes a real possibility.
They grab me by the arm and say ‘you’re coming with us’. We walk out of the toilets into the enormous dance floor where a sudden survival instinct overtakes. I shove the arm off channeling the inner rugby player in me and start my quickest sprint of my life.
I look behind me to see a multitude of security guards shining their torches and chasing. I reach into my pockets mid chase and grab for the baggies that jeopardise my freedom. I rip them open and throw them everywhere like a an expensive snowglobe. I keep running and pass security as I go. Their kryptonite is they are not all on the same radio frequency... so by the time they realise I am a hot topic amongst their colleagues I am already gone clear. I dart through the halls of the entrance and clear the front door. I am now in the casino of caesars palace, darting through the tables and slots machines. I keep sprinting and at one point running over the top of a roulette table. I make the entrance and burst through the front doors of the palace into the driveway. I dart through the limos outside onto the front garden. I jump over the fence falling into hedges beneath along the side of the strip. I brush myself off and run through traffic and down an alley. I have made it to freedom from one of the most secure institutions on he planet.
My friend calls me and asks where I am. He tells me the security told them they had me but it was a bluff. He had nothing on him so they were forced to let him go.
We meet in the alley and embraced. A bullet missed and onto the MGM Grand to do it all over again. We took on sin city and won. Viva Las Vegas 🕺🏽
Source: instagram @astoryiheard
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2019.10.29 13:08 KingNickyThe1st WTF Is Coming Out Friday? November 1st

Singles
Ahmed Romel - RÜYA
Alok, Hugel, Amber Van Day - I Don't Wanna Talk
Andrew Rayel, Chuckiess & Whackboi - Kick Bass Trance
Andy Faisca - Copa '94
Angemi, Cassidy MacKenzie - Compass
Ant LaRock - Dormroom Debbie
Anton Powers, Redondo - Pure Shores (In The Club Edit)
Ava Max - Freaking Me Out (Keanu Silva Remix)
Back & EM PI, BigNoise - Make Your Love
Back & EM PI - Celebration
BADMOOOD, Green Ketchup - Telephone
Be Like Butter, Enzo Siffredi - Ode to Omar
Big Boi - Intentions (Steve Aoki Remix)
Billy Kenny - Take Me to Church
Blackchild (ITA) - Streety
BLVCK KARIBOU - Dog
Bolier, Tiggi Hawke - White Rabbit
Boris Roodbwoy, Andrew Rai - Get Whipped
Bram Fidder - Bentley
Brohug - Shatter
CaPa - Falcon Punch
Carol Jiani - Hit'n Run Lover
Chico Rose, Afrojack - Sad (Vize Remix)
Corey James, Marcus Santoro, Nino Lucarelli - Save Me
Corx - Fiyah
Cris Grey - Gargantua
Da Funk Junkies - Make Your Body Rock
Dave Winnel & DLMT - Feels Like (MOTi Remix)
David Novacek, Mathias D. - Summer Thing
David Tort, Markem - Spectrum
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, David Guetta, Afrobros - Instagram (Will K Remix)
Dino Lenny - Doctor
Dirtydisco, Adam Nova - Blow My Mind
DJ Wady, Rio Dela Duna, MoonDark - La Otra
Dom Dolla - San Frandisco (Walker & Royce Remix)
Dylhen - Mobius
Evokings - Stairs
EXIT 11 - Night of the Jaguar
Felix Cartal - Right Now
Ferry Corsten, Johnny B - Hear It Now (Ferry Fix)
Fisical Project, Ryan K - Run
Frank Nitty, Versus, Varnell Hill - Shrimp and Lobstah
Fuenka - Evolution
Gio Latooy - Over & Over
Gorgon City, MK - There for You (Arty Remix)
Gravedgr - 6 Feet Under
Halsey - Graveyard (Axwell Remix)
Helgon - Falling
Hot Since 82 - Tilted
I see colors - Loving you is easy
Jamie Jones, The Martinez Brothers - Bappi (Warehouse Mix)
Jason Ross, Dabin, Dylan Matthew - One That Got Away
Jas van Houten - Gimmy Pouwa (CDC Remix)
Jauz, Nato Feelz - Erase You
Javi Colina, Quoxx, Ludovic Quai7 - Chelsie
Jay Hardway, Tiffany Bloom - Wild Mind
Joe Burger - Bad Decisions
Joe Pompeo - Hi-Tek
K69 - Got Me Movin
KAAZE, Maddix, Nino Lucarelli - People Are Strange (Festival Mix)
Kasbo, Lizzy Land - I Get You
KINETICA - The Rattler
Knife Party, Harrison - Death and Desire (Laidback Luke Remix)
Laroz, Yost Koen, Negra - Affection
Laurent Wolf - No Stress (Tommie Sunshine & MureKian Remix)
Lissat, Richard Grey - Imagination
MadMaxx - Tech Em'
Marc Franco & That Bass, Roge - See Your Mind
Marco V - Come Back Home
Martin Ikin, Dope Earth Alien - Headnoise (Get Hype)
Matisse & Sadko, SMBDY - Fade Away
Mike Dunn - Natural High
Mike Perry - Better Than This
MorganJ - Let It Go
Moti, Laeko - Home
Nathan Barato, Kevin Knapp - Funk Police
Need Money For Drinks - It Ain't Right
NERVO, Skazi - Faded
Nervo - Worlds Collide (Matt Fax Remix)
Nicky Romero, Mike Williams, Amba Shepherd - Dynamite
Notion - Hooked
Paskal Daze - Banana
Pete K - Enouement
Popcorn Poppers - Vibrations
R3hab, Vini Vici, Pangea, Dego - Alive (Wildstylez Remix)
Reebs - Bodyback
Regard - Ride It (Jonas Blue Remix)
Riot Ten, SAYMYNAME - Glocks (Ray Volpe Remix)
Riton, Oliver Heldens, Vula - Turn Me On (Marshall Jefferson Anthem Edit)
Robin Roxette, Adje, Alex Sargo - Chocolate
Robinson - Don't Say (PBH & Jack Remix)
Rowen Reecks - Love No More
SaintsParis - Baby
Scotty Boy - Into The Night
Sigala - We Got Love
Softest Hard - Matrix
Stefano Richetta - Area 53
Steny - Coma
TEKNO, DJ T.H., Hanna Finsen - Danger Zone (Tom Exo Remix)
The Cracken, White Noise, DeYmoN - Anniversary
Tim Baresko - Trickno
Timmy Trumpet, Charlott Boss - Therapy
Tom Walker - Better Half Of Me (R3hab Remix)
Trobi - Looking for Somebody
Tuff London - So Restless
VIVID - Sayonee
WestFunk - Bonkers (Taylorx Remix)
Albums, EP's, Remixes
Andrea Signore, Mha Iri - Omnia (EP)
Ardalan - Mr. Good (Album)
Baardman - Rigour (EP)
BEC - Lost In Change (EP)
Belocca - Xtasy (EP)
Ben Riss - All Night (EP)
Cabarza - Changes (EP)
Carloh - Latino (EP)
Carlos Sanchez, DJ Ray - Espan (EP)
D-Nox, Beckers - Skylab / Surrender (EP)
Danny Krivit - Edits by Mr. K (EP)
DJ Marika, Al-Fernandez - Alright (EP)
DJ Simi - Dance All Dayz (EP)
Doc Martin, Lubelski - Souls (EP)
Eli & Fur - Into The Night (Remixes)
Frankyeffe - Determination (EP)
Friendless - Robots (Remixes Pt. 2)
Half An Orange - Mostly We Grow pt. 2 (EP)
Hälder - Different Stuff. (EP)
JaySounds - Under Your Skin (Remixes)
Jazzman Wax - Disco's Revenge (EP)
Josh Charm - Desolate (EP)
Julien Earle - Higher Consciousness (EP)
Kevin Corral - Tooth Breaker (EP)
Klangkuenstler - Hexenmeister (EP)
KLP - Giver (Album)
Lee Walker - Obsessed (EP)
M.F.S: Observatory - No One (EP)
Malone, Pietro - Ritmo / Kazuma (EP)
Marc DePulse - Think Twice (EP)
Mariano Mellino - Astros (EP)
Max Chapman, Late Replies - Fantasy (EP)
Mhod - Feeling The Bass (EP)
Mori - Control of Your Mind (EP)
Nato Feelz - Dreamstate (EP)
P.Leone - The Genesis of a Flower (EP)
Pablo Say - Energy (EP)
Pleasurekraft - Binaries (EP)
Quix - IDK Vol.1 (EP)
Raito - Energy (EP)
Sara Landry - Signal (EP)
Solarstone - . . . - - (Album)
Stefano Crabuzza - Losing Control (EP)
Sultan + Shepard - Echoes of Life: Day (Album)
The Chainsmokers, Illenium - Takeaway (The Remixes)
Unknown7, Sessanta6, Armando (PT), Dani Siliciano - Sweet Cherry Inside (EP)
u z z v - Wise Advice (EP)
Various Artists - Deeperfect Picking Vol. 01
Various Artists - Four Years Nonstop
Various Artists - From The Farris Wheel
Various Artists - Psycho Killers Vol. 2
Various Artists - Select 03
Various Artists - Speicher 113
Worthy - Beat Mover (EP)
Yvan Genkins - Star Machine (EP)
Zakari&Blange - Bring Da Funk (EP)
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2019.10.24 21:31 DontReallyMatterlol MDMA + Las Vegas

I actually posted earlier, but felt my post didn’t get the attention I was hoping for so I added a little extra in hopes of a solid answer. I will be enjoying the magic in Las Vegas in a few weeks. I’ve been all around the states, and experienced the magic in many top notch places that are “user friendly.”However, I have never done MDMA in Las Vegas. My question is- what night clubs in Vegas are appropriate for the occasion? I’ve heard mixed reports, like Omnia. My main concern is going to a club, dropping my magic, and everyone else around me is doing nothing of the sort. I’m not uncomfortable so to speak around people not rolling as I am, but a larger audience with the same mindset generally makes the experience more enjoyable. Thank you for all responses, it will be tremendously appreciated!
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2019.10.04 06:23 Zed-Student Seeing Marty this saturday at OMNIA in Las Vegas

What are the chances of him playing new stuff? Ex: collab with Timbaland
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2019.08.27 23:02 BangleWaffle My 3-Week trip through a portion of the US West Coast

Just wanted to make a post that may help others with planning out a road trip route through the US West Coast. The purpose of this trip was to be outside as much as possible, enjoy nature, and spend some time alone reflecting. There's obviously more places I'd have liked to go but given three weeks I think I did quite a bit.
Wasn't solely a Camping and Hiking trip, but there was a fair bit of both involved.
I also packed gear with me such that I could backpack camp. This included a lightweight tent, small camp stove, sleeping bag, sleeping mat, first aid kit, knife, etc.
I flew in to Las Vegas as this was a relatively cheap flight for me and got me to a good starting point for the trip. I slept over here and picked up a car rental the next morning.
PICTURES - They're all together here, but more info is listed below!
Day 1 - Death Valley
Picked up a car rental (2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross) and a SIM card at an AT&T, stopped by a Target and bought a cooler, food and drinks, then hit the road. The plan was to go through Death Valley National Park (NP) and make my way towards Sequoia NP. I drove up to Dante's View. There's a bit of a path going down from the parking area here which I walked, but the steeper, less beaten path leading up from the parking lot is way better and had no people on it. I enjoyed a beer up there before heading back down and stopping at Zabriskie Point. I carried on and went to Badwater Basin. It was insanely hot here - literally 50C (122F). Really pretty views and it was quite something to experience that level of heat.
At this point I decided to carry on and make my way to a campground along the way to Sequoia. I stopped for the night at a campground at Isabella Lake, just off the South edge of Sequoia National Forest. I stayed at the Kern River KOA. Not too expensive and had nice showers and even a pool which was a great way to unwind/cool down after the day in Death Valley.
Day 2 - Sequoia
Packed up my campsite and hit the road pretty early. Got to Sequoia NP mid-morning. Buy the Annual Park Pass when you get here as it pays for itself very quickly. I planned on spending the night at a campground in the NP and planned on staying around Cedar Grove. As such, I drove around the park and came in on the West side. Note that there's not much for fuel stations in the park (very overpriced) so fill up before you get inside. The campgrounds at Cedar Grove are first-come-first-serve. I didn't know what to expect so I did the drive here first to get a site. I would not have needed to as they were very empty. The smells here are out of this world! So fresh, and the cedar trees all around make for a lovely place to camp. I stayed at Sheep Creek campground.
It would also be wise to try and find firewood before entering the park if you're planning on camping inside. They don't want you to collect firewood and the firewood they sell is insanely expensive.
Made my way back through the park to see the General Grant Tree and did a small hike in the area before heading back to camp for dinner, beers, and some sleep.
Day 3 - Sequoia to Yosemite
Slept in a little, packed up, had a shower at the neighboring campground (Cedar Grove). Very nice/clean and only $1 for a 6-minute shower. Drove back through the park and took the General's Highway down to the General Sherman Tree (largest volume tree in the world). The drive down General's Highway is spectacular. The roads are nice and the views are phenomenal!
I'd planned on doing the Moro Rock Trail hike, but I simply wasn't feeling it at the time. It was only Day 3, but I was starting to feel a bit lonely. I struggle with un-diagnosed depression, and I was feeling a bit low as the loneliness feeling had me questioning if this trip was what I should have done..
I drove to Fresno in the afternoon, as I'd arranged to pick up a guy here as we'd met on a travel website and he seemed keen on joining me for a piece of my trip. Got to Fresno late in the afternoon and had some beers at Tioga-Sequoia Brewery. They have some excellent beers and were a nice change from the constant barrage of IPA's I'd had up until now. Like most breweries, they let you bring in outside food and the bartender recommended I go get tacos at Taqueria El Guero. Excellent recommendation as these were fantastic and very inexpensive.
Went to the airport to pick up my soon-to-be friend. He was indeed a real person and turned out to not be a serial killer haha. We ended up having a great week together! We'd booked accommodations at Yosemite Bug, a hostel that is roughly a one hour drive from Yosemite Village in the NP. Accommodations anywhere around Yosemite are crazy expensive...
Day 4 - Yosemite
Woke up at a reasonable time, had breakfast at the hostel which had fantastic food actually! Drove to Yosemite and spent the day hiking. We drove up to Glacier Point, then hiked from there to Sentinel Dome which in my opinion is the best return on exertion view of the park. You get a full 360 degree view of the park and there's not too many people here either. I'm of the opinion that too many people on a trail ruin the experience. From here we carried on to Taft Point, another fantastic view of the park and some crazy high cliffs that you can sit over the ledge if you're brave enough.
The sun was starting to set at this point so we turned around and headed back. I'd estimate we hiked around 8 miles total? The hike up Sentinel Dome was fairly steep but the rest of it was quite pleasant.
Went to bed early this night as we had big plans for the next day.
Day 5 - El Capitan
Woke up and hit the road at around 6:30am. Found a parking space at the Yosemite Valley Trailhead Parking, then hitchhiked to Camp 4. We hiked up the Upper Yosemite Falls trail (they say it's 5.5 km but most people claim it's more like 6.5 km). This trail has around 1000m of elevation gain and is by far the hardest hike I've ever done. It took us around 3 hours to do it. Going earlier in the day would be advised as we were in the "chute" at around 11:00am. It was sunny and there's no shade here. We were carrying gear for the night (you need a Wilderness Permit to camp overnight) and were both carrying around 11 kg in our packs. The elevation gain is one thing, but the altitude is another thing entirely. I live at around 300m above sea level, and the top here is around 2070m above sea level.. We were struggling a bit but we made it!
Had lunch at the top of the falls. There's not a formal path, but you can make your way back to where the falls are and there's a pool up there. Very refreshing and very welcome after the hike.
Carried on for another roughly 7.5 km to get to El Capitan. This portion of the hike was much easier as the grades were much flatter. All in we were hiking for around 7 hours.
Spent the night camping on top of one of the most famous rock walls in the world. Every step was earned and there were literally only two other guys up there. They joined us for a fire that night as well which was nice. Breathtaking sunset from on top!
It can't be understated how much I enjoyed this day. This is one of the best things I've done in my life to date and I do plan on doing something like this again soon. The sense of accomplishment and the stillness on top was so, so rewarding. It's something few people will do and for good reason.
Day 6 - Yosemite
Woke up with the sun the next morning, packed up and began the descent. I have a bad knee and descending is harder on it than climbing so I was not looking forward to this day. I found another route down that would avoid going down the Upper Yosemite Falls. This trail was less steep and took us past Tamarack Flat Campground and eventually spit us out onto Big Oak Flat Road. All in I think we descended less than half of the height we climbed which was a life-saver on my knee. Hitchhiked back to our car and got back to the hostel for a very welcome shower, hot meal, and an early sleep.
Day 7 - Off to San Francisco
Ate breakfast at the hostel then left for San Francisco. Got into the city early in the afternoon after stopping for lunch in Oakland. Went to the Twin Peaks, drove down Lombard Street, went for dinner at Fishermans Wharf (did the touristy stuff).
I stayed at an AirBnB in SF. Everywhere is pretty pricey here. I stayed in Bernal Heights which is not that far away particularly if you have a car. Hit up a really nice bar in the evening - Holy Water. Would highly recommend if you're in the area. I'm really into sour beers and they have a couple of really tasty ones on tap.
Day 8 - San Francisco
Slept in then went to a SF Giants baseball game. Oracle Park is one of the nicest ball parks in the MLB so this was a treat.
Met up with my friend afterwards for dinner and then we rented bikes and biked around Golden Gate Park.
Day 9 - Redwoods
Got an early sleep the previous night as we were on the road early in the morning this day. It was around a 4 hour drive up to Humboldt Redwoods State Park. The drive down the Avenue of the Giants in the park is unreal. The lighting filtering through the enormous trees on either side of the road is truly something else.
We then drove down Mattole Road which was somehow even more impressive and stopped at the aptly named "Big Tree Area". The short looping hike here was spectacular. Here you can see "Giant Tree" which stands 108m tall... Massive!
We camped at a nearby campground - Giant Redwoods RV & Camp. Not the nicest place ever, but accessible and had amenities at it.
Day 10 - Off to Sacramento
Today was simply a travel day. My friend and I were going our separate ways after today, and I was working my way to Moab. We drove to Sacramento, spent a bit of time exploring the historic district downtown, then I dropped him off at the airport and I found myself a cheap hotel. Went out for a few beers at a local brewery and a bar after, then off to bed.
Day 11 - Driving to Moab
Today was also a travel day. Drove for around 9 hours from Sacramento to Salt Lake City. This was a very, very boring drive. Set the cruise control at 140 km/h and watch the world tick by. The interstate (I80) is quite a nice highway so that part was nice at least. Found a cheap hotel in SLC and went to a brewery after settling in.
Discovered the first of many odd Utah drinking laws.. If you are not a US citizen and have foreign ID, they will not accept a drivers license as ID, you must use a Passport. So strange. I also found it odd that they were serving me beers in a bottle at the brewery which is when I discovered odd law #2 - in Utah, beers on tap can only be up to 3.2% alcohol... Why? I have no idea..
Day 12 - Arches
Got up early and finished the drive to Moab. I spent the day hiking around Arches NP. It is bloody hot here in summer, so be sure to pack a lot of water. My knee was not holding up too well, so I couldn't spend as much time here as I'd have liked to unfortunately.
Day 13 - Moab
In the morning I drove around Canyonlands NP. Spectacular views here and I'd say this is one of the most under-appreciated parks I've visited. Fantastic! I love geology, so canyons are tops.
I booked a white-water-rafting tour down the Colorado River which was a great way to spend the afternoon. The section I did was not overly exciting, but the group and guide I was with were great and we had a lot of fun all the same.
I moved from a hotel the previous night to a campground in Dead Horse State Park. A decent beer while overlooking the canyons at sunset was the perfect end to the day. It was really hot still and sleeping in a tent was uncomfortable to say the least. Did not get a good sleep this night.
Day 14 - Bryce Canyon
Woke up early this morning, packed up and drove to Bryce Canyon NP. Hiked around the park for the rest of the day. Again, the amazing geology here is really fascinating to me. Met two lovely gentlemen that suggested visiting a nearby State Park - Kodachrome Basin the next day.
I was getting a bit tired at this point and seemed to be losing a bit of steam both physically and mentally.
Day 15 - Off to Page AZ
I did go to Kodachrome park in the morning. I was literally the only person in the park as far as I could tell. Didn't see another person. That alone made it worthwhile. A nice little hike around Shakespeare Arch (which unfortunately collapsed this past April) then up the slick-rock on the way back. Nice views, but perhaps I've seen too much impressive nature in the past two weeks that it seemed a bit lack-luster.
Left the park around 11:00am and started driving to Page, AZ. Drove out to Horseshoe Bend before going back to a hotel with a pool to relax and try and let my knee heal a bit. Horseshoe Bend was well worth the $10 entrance fee. Was admittedly getting a bit discouraged that it was causing me pain. Fantastic views at Horseshoe Bend and if you go off the beaten path by a few hundred meters there's no crowds.
Day 16 - Antelope Canyon
Got up really early to go see Antelope Canyon. You have to go on a guided tour and they hose you for it. This turned me off a bit, but when you're in it, you do forget about the cost. I did Upper Antelope Canyon. It looks just like the pictures - otherworldly.
The rest of this day was trying to recover a bit and having beers by the pool.
Day 17 - Zion
Got a mid-morning start to the day and headed off to Zion NP. Hadn't planned on doing anything in particular in the park this day, but there are a number of shorter trails to do. I was trying to save my knee to do Angel's Landing the next morning.
Day 18 - Zion
My knee unfortunately didn't cooperate and I wasn't able to do Angel's Landing.. I will go back to Zion to do this hike as it looks fantastic! The climb doesn't appear to be too bad (compared to El Cap) as it's roughly half the elevation gain. Next time!
I did a couple of shorter, flatter trails instead.
Day 19 - Back to Vegas
Drove back to Las Vegas in the morning. Went to the Hoover Dam, then went to see another place down the Grand Canyon as well to fill up the day.
The evening was spent on The Strip doing Vegasy stuff.
Day 20 - Vegas
Enjoyed the last full day in Vegas. Went to a pool party in the afternoon, and Omnia in the evening which admittedly was underwhelming as it was a Thursday. They just had the rooftop terrace open and it was kinda dull and dead. I was leaving the next day, but Tiesto was playing the club the following night which I'd have loved to have seen but timing didn't allow for it.
CONCLUSION
This was a fantastic trip overall. Lots of great memories and I feel I accomplished what I'd set out to do - enjoy nature, be outside as much as possible, and reflect on life a bit. Made some meaningful connections with people along the way as well.
Yosemite is one of the most beautiful places on Earth that I've seen. I do a fair amount of traveling, and I'd say it's right up there. For sure the best place in the USA I've seen.
Thanks for reading if you made it this far!!
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2019.08.27 22:11 BangleWaffle My 3-Week trip through a portion of the US West Coast

Just wanted to make a post that may help others with planning out a road trip route through the US West Coast. The purpose of this trip was to be outside as much as possible, enjoy nature, and spend some time alone reflecting. There's obviously more places I'd have liked to go but given three weeks I think I did quite a bit.
I also packed gear with me such that I could backpack camp. This included a lightweight tent, small camp stove, sleeping bag, sleeping mat, first aid kit, knife, etc.
I flew in to Las Vegas as this was a relatively cheap flight for me and got me to a good starting point for the trip. I slept over here and picked up a car rental the next morning.
PICTURES - They're all together here, but more info is listed below!
Day 1 - Death Valley
Picked up a car rental (2019 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross) and a SIM card at an AT&T, stopped by a Target and bought a cooler, food and drinks, then hit the road. The plan was to go through Death Valley National Park (NP) and make my way towards Sequoia NP. I drove up to Dante's View. There's a bit of a path going down from the parking area here which I walked, but the steeper, less beaten path leading up from the parking lot is way better and had no people on it. I enjoyed a beer up there before heading back down and stopping at Zabriskie Point. I carried on and went to Badwater Basin. It was insanely hot here - literally 50C (122F). Really pretty views and it was quite something to experience that level of heat.
At this point I decided to carry on and make my way to a campground along the way to Sequoia. I stopped for the night at a campground at Isabella Lake, just off the South edge of Sequoia National Forest. I stayed at the Kern River KOA. Not too expensive and had nice showers and even a pool which was a great way to unwind/cool down after the day in Death Valley.
Day 2 - Sequoia
Packed up my campsite and hit the road pretty early. Got to Sequoia NP mid-morning. Buy the Annual Park Pass when you get here as it pays for itself very quickly. I planned on spending the night at a campground in the NP and planned on staying around Cedar Grove. As such, I drove around the park and came in on the West side. Note that there's not much for fuel stations in the park (very overpriced) so fill up before you get inside. The campgrounds at Cedar Grove are first-come-first-serve. I didn't know what to expect so I did the drive here first to get a site. I would not have needed to as they were very empty. The smells here are out of this world! So fresh, and the cedar trees all around make for a lovely place to camp. I stayed at Sheep Creek campground.
It would also be wise to try and find firewood before entering the park if you're planning on camping inside. They don't want you to collect firewood and the firewood they sell is insanely expensive.
Made my way back through the park to see the General Grant Tree and did a small hike in the area before heading back to camp for dinner, beers, and some sleep.
Day 3 - Sequoia to Yosemite
Slept in a little, packed up, had a shower at the neighboring campground (Cedar Grove). Very nice/clean and only $1 for a 6-minute shower. Drove back through the park and took the General's Highway down to the General Sherman Tree (largest volume tree in the world). The drive down General's Highway is spectacular. The roads are nice and the views are phenomenal!
I'd planned on doing the Moro Rock Trail hike, but I simply wasn't feeling it at the time. It was only Day 3, but I was starting to feel a bit lonely. I struggle with un-diagnosed depression, and I was feeling a bit low as the loneliness feeling had me questioning if this trip was what I should have done..
I drove to Fresno in the afternoon, as I'd arranged to pick up a guy here as we'd met on a travel website and he seemed keen on joining me for a piece of my trip. Got to Fresno late in the afternoon and had some beers at Tioga-Sequoia Brewery. They have some excellent beers and were a nice change from the constant barrage of IPA's I'd had up until now. Like most breweries, they let you bring in outside food and the bartender recommended I go get tacos at Taqueria El Guero. Excellent recommendation as these were fantastic and very inexpensive.
Went to the airport to pick up my soon-to-be friend. He was indeed a real person and turned out to not be a serial killer haha. We ended up having a great week together! We'd booked accommodations at Yosemite Bug, a hostel that is roughly a one hour drive from Yosemite Village in the NP. Accommodations anywhere around Yosemite are crazy expensive...
Day 4 - Yosemite
Woke up at a reasonable time, had breakfast at the hostel which had fantastic food actually! Drove to Yosemite and spent the day hiking. We drove up to Glacier Point, then hiked from there to Sentinel Dome which in my opinion is the best return on exertion view of the park. You get a full 360 degree view of the park and there's not too many people here either. I'm of the opinion that too many people on a trail ruin the experience. From here we carried on to Taft Point, another fantastic view of the park and some crazy high cliffs that you can sit over the ledge if you're brave enough.
The sun was starting to set at this point so we turned around and headed back. I'd estimate we hiked around 8 miles total? The hike up Sentinel Dome was fairly steep but the rest of it was quite pleasant.
Went to bed early this night as we had big plans for the next day.
Day 5 - El Capitan
Woke up and hit the road at around 6:30am. Found a parking space at the Yosemite Valley Trailhead Parking, then hitchhiked to Camp 4. We hiked up the Upper Yosemite Falls trail (they say it's 5.5 km but most people claim it's more like 6.5 km). This trail has around 1000m of elevation gain and is by far the hardest hike I've ever done. It took us around 3 hours to do it. Going earlier in the day would be advised as we were in the "chute" at around 11:00am. It was sunny and there's no shade here. We were carrying gear for the night (you need a Wilderness Permit to camp overnight) and were both carrying around 11 kg in our packs. The elevation gain is one thing, but the altitude is another thing entirely. I live at around 300m above sea level, and the top here is around 2070m above sea level.. We were struggling a bit but we made it!
Had lunch at the top of the falls. There's not a formal path, but you can make your way back to where the falls are and there's a pool up there. Very refreshing and very welcome after the hike.
Carried on for another roughly 7.5 km to get to El Capitan. This portion of the hike was much easier as the grades were much flatter. All in we were hiking for around 7 hours.
Spent the night camping on top of one of the most famous rock walls in the world. Every step was earned and there were literally only two other guys up there. They joined us for a fire that night as well which was nice. Breathtaking sunset from on top!
It can't be understated how much I enjoyed this day. This is one of the best things I've done in my life to date and I do plan on doing something like this again soon. The sense of accomplishment and the stillness on top was so, so rewarding. It's something few people will do and for good reason.
Day 6 - Yosemite
Woke up with the sun the next morning, packed up and began the descent. I have a bad knee and descending is harder on it than climbing so I was not looking forward to this day. I found another route down that would avoid going down the Upper Yosemite Falls. This trail was less steep and took us past Tamarack Flat Campground and eventually spit us out onto Big Oak Flat Road. All in I think we descended less than half of the height we climbed which was a life-saver on my knee. Hitchhiked back to our car and got back to the hostel for a very welcome shower, hot meal, and an early sleep.
Day 7 - Off to San Francisco
Ate breakfast at the hostel then left for San Francisco. Got into the city early in the afternoon after stopping for lunch in Oakland. Went to the Twin Peaks, drove down Lombard Street, went for dinner at Fishermans Wharf (did the touristy stuff).
I stayed at an AirBnB in SF. Everywhere is pretty pricey here. I stayed in Bernal Heights which is not that far away particularly if you have a car. Hit up a really nice bar in the evening - Holy Water. Would highly recommend if you're in the area. I'm really into sour beers and they have a couple of really tasty ones on tap.
Day 8 - San Francisco
Slept in then went to a SF Giants baseball game. Oracle Park is one of the nicest ball parks in the MLB so this was a treat.
Met up with my friend afterwards for dinner and then we rented bikes and biked around Golden Gate Park.
Day 9 - Redwoods
Got an early sleep the previous night as we were on the road early in the morning this day. It was around a 4 hour drive up to Humboldt Redwoods State Park. The drive down the Avenue of the Giants in the park is unreal. The lighting filtering through the enormous trees on either side of the road is truly something else.
We then drove down Mattole Road which was somehow even more impressive and stopped at the aptly named "Big Tree Area". The short looping hike here was spectacular. Here you can see "Giant Tree" which stands 108m tall... Massive!
We camped at a nearby campground - Giant Redwoods RV & Camp. Not the nicest place ever, but accessible and had amenities at it.
Day 10 - Off to Sacramento
Today was simply a travel day. My friend and I were going our separate ways after today, and I was working my way to Moab. We drove to Sacramento, spent a bit of time exploring the historic district downtown, then I dropped him off at the airport and I found myself a cheap hotel. Went out for a few beers at a local brewery and a bar after, then off to bed.
Day 11 - Driving to Moab
Today was also a travel day. Drove for around 9 hours from Sacramento to Salt Lake City. This was a very, very boring drive. Set the cruise control at 140 km/h and watch the world tick by. The interstate (I80) is quite a nice highway so that part was nice at least. Found a cheap hotel in SLC and went to a brewery after settling in.
Discovered the first of many odd Utah drinking laws.. If you are not a US citizen and have foreign ID, they will not accept a drivers license as ID, you must use a Passport. So strange. I also found it odd that they were serving me beers in a bottle at the brewery which is when I discovered odd law #2 - in Utah, beers on tap can only be up to 3.2% alcohol... Why? I have no idea..
Day 12 - Arches
Got up early and finished the drive to Moab. I spent the day hiking around Arches NP. It is bloody hot here in summer, so be sure to pack a lot of water. My knee was not holding up too well, so I couldn't spend as much time here as I'd have liked to unfortunately.
Day 13 - Moab
In the morning I drove around Canyonlands NP. Spectacular views here and I'd say this is one of the most under-appreciated parks I've visited. Fantastic! I love geology, so canyons are tops.
I booked a white-water-rafting tour down the Colorado River which was a great way to spend the afternoon. The section I did was not overly exciting, but the group and guide I was with were great and we had a lot of fun all the same.
I moved from a hotel the previous night to a campground in Dead Horse State Park. A decent beer while overlooking the canyons at sunset was the perfect end to the day. It was really hot still and sleeping in a tent was uncomfortable to say the least. Did not get a good sleep this night.
Day 14 - Bryce Canyon
Woke up early this morning, packed up and drove to Bryce Canyon NP. Hiked around the park for the rest of the day. Again, the amazing geology here is really fascinating to me. Met two lovely gentlemen that suggested visiting a nearby State Park - Kodachrome Basin the next day.
I was getting a bit tired at this point and seemed to be losing a bit of steam both physically and mentally.
Day 15 - Off to Page AZ
I did go to Kodachrome park in the morning. I was literally the only person in the park as far as I could tell. Didn't see another person. That alone made it worthwhile. A nice little hike around Shakespeare Arch (which unfortunately collapsed this past April) then up the slick-rock on the way back. Nice views, but perhaps I've seen too much impressive nature in the past two weeks that it seemed a bit lack-luster.
Left the park around 11:00am and started driving to Page, AZ. Drove out to Horseshoe Bend before going back to a hotel with a pool to relax and try and let my knee heal a bit. Horseshoe Bend was well worth the $10 entrance fee. Was admittedly getting a bit discouraged that it was causing me pain. Fantastic views at Horseshoe Bend and if you go off the beaten path by a few hundred meters there's no crowds.
Day 16 - Antelope Canyon
Got up really early to go see Antelope Canyon. You have to go on a guided tour and they hose you for it. This turned me off a bit, but when you're in it, you do forget about the cost. I did Upper Antelope Canyon. It looks just like the pictures - otherworldly.
The rest of this day was trying to recover a bit and having beers by the pool.
Day 17 - Zion
Got a mid-morning start to the day and headed off to Zion NP. Hadn't planned on doing anything in particular in the park this day, but there are a number of shorter trails to do. I was trying to save my knee to do Angel's Landing the next morning.
Day 18 - Zion
My knee unfortunately didn't cooperate and I wasn't able to do Angel's Landing.. I will go back to Zion to do this hike as it looks fantastic! The climb doesn't appear to be too bad (compared to El Cap) as it's roughly half the elevation gain. Next time!
I did a couple of shorter, flatter trails instead.
Day 19 - Back to Vegas
Drove back to Las Vegas in the morning. Went to the Hoover Dam, then went to see another place down the Grand Canyon as well to fill up the day.
The evening was spent on The Strip doing Vegasy stuff.
Day 20 - Vegas
Enjoyed the last full day in Vegas. Went to a pool party in the afternoon, and Omnia in the evening which admittedly was underwhelming as it was a Thursday. They just had the rooftop terrace open and it was kinda dull and dead. I was leaving the next day, but Tiesto was playing the club the following night which I'd have loved to have seen but timing didn't allow for it.
CONCLUSION
This was a fantastic trip overall. Lots of great memories and I feel I accomplished what I'd set out to do - enjoy nature, be outside as much as possible, and reflect on life a bit. Made some meaningful connections with people along the way as well.
Yosemite is one of the most beautiful places on Earth that I've seen. I do a fair amount of traveling, and I'd say it's right up there. For sure the best place in the USA I've seen.
Thanks for reading if you made it this far!!
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2019.07.26 11:43 jack_edition Behind the Decks at OMNIA, Las Vegas (DJ: Justin Mylo)

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2019.07.25 12:51 jack_edition Behind the Decks at OMNIA, Las Vegas (DJ: Justin Mylo)

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2019.07.11 23:49 stylindielin What should I expect from Calvin Harris at Omnia nightclub Las Vegas? I’m a Kaskade /deadmau5/above and beyond/prydz type of game edm fan and my friends got a table for tomorrow night.

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2019.05.23 20:45 Dotori_Dan My 1st EDC and Solo experience (warning long post)

My best friends don't rave anymore. And I got into the rave scene way later than them.
Anyway, this was my first EDC and I went solo because I said no one was going to stop me from going to EDC because I really really wanted to go no matter what. Overall, I had a blast at EDC. Friday was good. Saturday was great. Sunday was the best. I'll explain this later.
I drove from LA to Vegas on Thursday. And then I drove back on Monday. It took me 5 hours to get to Vegas on Thursday. It took me 6 long hours to get back home on Monday. Driving alone fucking sucks. But I was blasting music so at least that kept me going.
My experience on the shuttle was just okay. I did talk a little to a few people, but most of them had their groups and they all seemed very closed, but still nice. For me the shuttle experience was a solid B+. I had the downtown shuttle and essentially there was no wait time. The only wait time was my last day of EDC when I stayed until the end so it took longer than usual. But every other time I literally did not wait and just went straight into the shuttle to EDC and shuttle back to the hotel.
I actually loved having my own room because I could be butt naked and do whatever the fuck I wanted. Because all I wanted to do was sleep, shower, and recharge. Also, my hotel was right next to the downtown shuttle so that was an A+.
I'm so used to eating alone that it doesn't bother me. I remember when I was eating alone at EDC there were people who would talk to me which was cool. But overall the food in downtown and in EDC were really good. The pizza was good (even though I had to wait like 45 mins to get it). The lemonade was good, but not that good as people said it was. BUT the smoothie! Jesus holy mother of God. It was amazing!
Now to something that kind of sucked going solo. What really sucked for me was on the last day when it was super cold, you don't have your rave family to huddle with and keep each other warm. I remember for New Year's countdown, at the end when it was so fucking windy and freezing, we all huddled together and had a great bonding time. I missed that a lot, but it didn't like bring my mood down or anything. It was more like "Damn I wish my rave fam was here. Oh well." So, I asked people if I could join them or at least get closer because it would help to keep each other warm on the last day waiting for our shuttles, but basically everyone refused. I understood because they don't know me and they are all tired and just want to be home. So, going back alone on the last day kind of sucked because I was solo.
I wasn't really trying to find a rave fam because I just wanted to soak everything in and do everything and see everything in EDC I can. But do think that finding a rave fam when you are going alone isn't easy. But honestly, it really really depends on how much you are reaching out and talking to people. I know for a fact I didn't do anything like that. I was just so into the music and just wanted to enjoy everything without a rave fam and it is definitely possible. However, sometimes it is better to preplan through online or meet ups to meet these rave fam. I feel like this way is easier to attain a rave fam.
So, back to my experience of why Sunday was the best was because I actually met my other friends there. On Friday and Saturday I went solo. Sunday for the 1st half of EDC I was solo and then the 2nd half of EDC I found my other friends who went. And tbh I had like 3 times a better time when I was with my friends than being solo. I just felt like in an event like EDC or other rave events, going with friends or someone you know that loves you just makes it better.
However, I'm not saying going solo is boring because it definitely is not. I had a lot of fun going solo on Friday and Saturday. I even went to Omnia on Thurs to see Porter alone. I actually had a lot more fun seeing Porter on Thursday compared to the whole Friday at EDC. The vibes at Omnia seeing Porter was just amazing. But let me explain this a little.
Which brings to an important point. I really really believe that if you go solo, vibes and positive mentality matters a lot. My personal experience on Friday at EDC was good, but wasn't that great because the vibes around me on that day at least wasn't too PLUR. So, I would constantly move places here and there to find a good sweet spot with positive vibes, but the vibes I felt wasn't too great but not horrible. I remember when I was at the front of Excision and I was ready to leave and I was doing my best to be polite and repeatedly saying excuse me and I'm sorry, there was this one guy who was screaming at me. But I couldn't hear what he said and I thought he was saying something nice to me because that's usually the experience I had, something on the line of "hey why you leaving you are going to miss out on the rest of Excision!" or "Go ahead. Bye!" But that guy was screaming at me saying "GO. JUST GO. WTF ARE YOU DOING? IF YOU ARE GOING JUST FUCKING GO YOU PIECE OF SHIT!" So, I motion to him putting my hands and said "Relax. You are at EDC! Be nice!" Then the last thing I saw was his friend next to him (I think) turn to him and try to calm him down. Yeah so that was around 3:30am and I didn't feel energetic anymore so I just went back to the hotel.
Then Saturday came along. It was great! I was at the rails from 7pm to 11:30pm at circuit grounds just fucking having a blast with the people around me. The vibes were dope and really PLUR. People were taking care of each other, as was I. And overall everyone around me were just dancing away and it was great. Especially, when Skrillex came out...just omg it was amazing. Overall, The vibes wherever I went was so positive and energetic.
Now Sunday I felt like people were more PLUR maybe it was because it was the last day. A lot more people wanted to trade kandi and talk to each other. And obviously for me it was the best night because I found my other friends which were not part of my original rave fam. Just being around them made me feel like I was home. And we were at Illenium set and omg...it was blissful. Ekali...amazing set. Everything felt better because I was with people I knew.
So, if you are going solo, the vibes around you matter. At least to me it does. I honestly don't think everyone should go solo. You really have to be honest with yourself, if you are independent and okay with doing things alone without becoming sad or depressed. You have to be extroverted. You really have to not give a shit about what other people think about you or really be okay with tight and crowded places. You need to just do you. You don't like the vibe where you at? Move and hopefully find a different spot with positive vibes. I mean going solo means you can do whatever you want at any time. You are on your own schedule and that is I think the best perk of going solo. But finding a rave family imo can be quite difficult UNLESS you are literally going around and asking random groups if you could join them for the remainder of the EDC or any other rave events. Then more than likely one of those groups will welcome you with open arms. But not all. I know this because there were some groups that were definitely super closed and just wanted their own circle only. And I honestly think that is perfectly fine.
Personally, I met so people great people during each set. I traded with so many people. I danced with so many people. I fucking headbanged with so many people. I honestly didn't want to be in a rave fam but I wanted to meet all kinds of people and just dance with them during those moments. What I did realize is that people usually are very accepting there and most of the time if they asked where my friends were and I would say I'm solo, usually they would give me more respect because let's be honest going solo is not easy.
First of all, financially you are not splitting it with anyone. It's all on you. 2nd of all, you need to have self-control. You can't rely on someone else if you get fucked up. 3rd, you have to hype yourself up. You have to know yourself. You have to have a positive mindset. Going solo is a true journey in knowing yourself. Who you are. And why you are doing this.
I've come to realize and confirm that I really really love EDM. I love the music. I love this community. I love PLUR. You can't have this experience anywhere else. And something I haven't realized is that if you have a rave fam, it makes these experiences amplified and just straight up better overall. Again, this is my opinion. This could differ to others. Even if you might have DJ conflicts with your fave ram, then you can always split up and meet again.
The weird thing how I felt after EDC ended was something I didn't expect I would feel. I honestly felt happy EDC was over. It's definitely overwhelming if you go solo. If you go with your friends, you can express and share those overwhelming things with your friends and they could help you with that. But going solo, it's really all on you. So, again you need to know if you can handle these things by yourself. And thankfully for me, I was able to. I actually didn't have a comedown or even a sad feeling that it was over. I didn't immediately feel like "OMG I NEED TO GO TO EDC NEXT YEAR AGAIN!" Because usually for the other rave events I've always felt like this. It's just weird I didn't feel like that when EDC was over.
I'm more like if it happens it happens and definitely I'll go only for one day only not the whole 3 days. I've realized that I really don't like fucking up my sleep schedule and eating at weird times. I loved EDC. But I think personally I like smaller events like Beyond, Nocturnal, New Years countdown, LED USA, etc better. I do think it is way easier to manage and meet people in these smaller events than EDC. And mostly financially it is more manageable. Just my opinion not a fact. But my conclusion is that going with friends or rave fam does make it better from my experience going solo. Would I be planning to go to EDC solo again? Probably not. It's a lot of money. It's a lot of time and planning you have to do yourself. Basically, it's not easy. You need to really know yourself and your limits. Because if you get too fucked up then hopefully someone there will help you out.
Another thing is that I was 100% sober for Friday and Saturday. Sunday I did roll when I met my other friends there. The music and the vibes really helped me dance all night. The first night of EDC, I ripped my shoes because I was just dancing like crazy. Thankfully I brought back up shoes. And to my biggest surprise, I honestly could have done it all 3 days sober if I really wanted to. Going sober is amazing! People thought I was rolling on Friday and Saturday because I was dancing crazy all by myself, but damn the music was just too good for me to stay still. My overall EDC experience going solo was amazing still. But if I would go to EDC, I would now want to go with my rave fam if they will go again. If they ever will go again. I've come to accept that if I don't go to EDC again then that's fine because there are so many local events near me. Sure it won't be as good as EDC (what other people might say) but to me I like smaller events more. This is something I've realized after going to EDC. The weird thing is that my best friends and girlfriend, who I already told my experience to, told me that I have not said anything where I wished I should of done this or that or regretted something. The funny thing is there is nothing I regret or wished I could have to more at EDC. I did everything I wanted to on my to-do list at EDC. But for the smaller events, I always regret or wished I could have done more. Also, another thing is that now that I went solo, it really really made me appreciate my family and friends a lot more for some reason. Anyway, this is very long and I bet very unorganized, but these are my real thoughts after EDC. I loved every moment of EDC. Going solo was truly a self-knowing experience. Honestly, I don't see myself going to any other events solo anymore though. But who knows that could change.
For those who went to EDC solo, I would like to know your experience. Please share your experience if you would like to do so. Anyway thanks for those who read my long ass post. PLUR!
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2019.05.12 15:45 run_nyg Vegas Trip Report

Just got back from eight days in Vegas, three days for a bachelor party and five days for work. Here’s a full day-by-day breakdown with a few hand histories. I brought a BR of $1,500.
Friday: The trip started out with some runbad, as the cellular modem in my iPhone broke right as I got to the airport. I spent the first hour of my time in Vegas at the Town Square mall south of Mandalay switching phones. Check into the Delano and immediately head downtown to catch some of the USA Basketball 3X3 national championship before meeting the bachelor party at Tao.
There were 28 of us, so we sprung for the fixed-price family-style menu with a two-hour open bar ($175 pp). Tao wasn’t willing to give us bottles of wine or cheap sake as part of the open bar, but was more than willing to give us 10 oz glasses of the most expensive sake on the menu ($43!), which seems remarkably stupid.
The bachelor crew went to Omnia, but I had no interest in staying up until 3:30 AM the first night, so I went back to Mandalay for 1/2.
Awful, awful session. Didn’t pick up a single suited broadway. My one premium pocket pair, TT, got check-jammed on by a deepstacked MAWG after I fired off a c-bet into a relatively dry board. Racked up before I got too tilted, and resolved to confine my play to the Aria for the rest of the trip.
BR: $1,335.
Saturday: We got two lily pads for David Guetta at Encore Beach Club. Even split among 28 people, it was insanely expensive (around $350 per person). Honestly, I had low expectations, but it turned out to be super fun. Guetta came on at around 3:30 PM and played roughly a two-hour set.
One guy insisted on going downtown to Heart Attack Grill, and a few of us (myself included) reluctantly followed. The burger was perfectly forgettable and the atmosphere was best-described as Pennywise-chic.
Got my name on the Aria 1/3 call-ahead list and headed over to grind. Was relatively card dead for a few hours and was down around half a buy-in until I picked up everyone’s favorite drawing hand, AK, four times in two orbits. The first time, I rivered a four-on-the-board spade flush (I had Ks) and the next three times I flopped TPTK. Got paid off every single time, and that was enough to bring me into the black for the session (+$66, roughly a 6 bb hourly).
BR: $1,401.
Sunday: The majority of the bachelor party crew took early flights out. I spent the day with a few stragglers chilling in the Delano spa (pretty good value, nice hot tub and cold tub) and Mandalay’s wave pool and lazy river (both fun, though finding an empty deck chair was tough). Grabbed lunch at Wicked Spoon in the Cosmo, tremendous as always: the angry mac and cheese, broccoli rabe and the raspberry iced tea are the nuts.
Dinner with a friend who lives in town at Lotus of Siam. You shouldn’t need a review from me to convince you that this place is awesome. Try the spicy sea bass over drunken noodles. Incredible.
Evening 1/3 session at the Aria was pretty standard and got me unstuck. Got paid off when I rivered a wheel straight with A5cc in a multiway pot.
BR: $1543.
Monday: Picked up some major momentum during this session, thanks to a middle-aged Indian whale who became the table’s top donator as he relentlessly chased any backdoor or gutshot draw with virtually any two cards.
Already mentioned my most interesting spot against him in an earlier post, a way ahead/way behind situation where he led out for $75 on a turn that just paired a rainbow board of 3699 and I shoved over the top with KK, prompting him to tank fold.
BR: $1912.
Tuesday: Took the night off from grinding and caught a game at the new Las Vegas Ballpark out in Summerlin. Beautiful stadium, free parking.
Wednesday: Got to sit down with the whale again as well as a YouTube vlogger I watch, PokerKraut. Didn’t get into a ton of difficult spots and booked another solid win.
Most interesting hand I saw: With a $6 live straddle UTG, I pick up AhKd in UTG+2. I raise to $25, it folds to a solid young Asian guy in the cutoff, who three-bets to $75. A middle-aged white woman cold four-bet jams for $225 out of the small blind (she’s the effective stack). I muck, Asian guy snaps it off and shows AA. Woman shows QQ. Aces hold.
BR: $2017.
Thursday: I played my worst of the entire trip this night. I was dealing with a work crisis as I was playing and was not in the right mindset to play well.
I had been card dead for much of the night, and so when I finally was able to pick up a premium, I got on entitlement tilt. I value owned myself pretty spectacularly with the following hand. Effective stacks are around $220 (I cover).
I pick up AsAd UTG six-handed. My standard open of $15 had been folding everyone out, so I get a little bit too fancy and downshift to a $10 open. I get three callers: A MAWG (MP), a hoodie who had been relatively loose (cutoff), and a nitty Indian guy (button).
Flop comes out KsKh6s. Pretty terrible flop for me, but I have a nitty table image and there are plenty of combos with Kings in my UTG open range, so I try to exploit it and take this down on the flop. I fire out a c-bet of $30 into a $40 pot. MAWG folds, hoodie flats, Indian guy folds.
Turn is a blank, 3c. Alarm bells should have been ringing in my head after the hoodie flatted the c-bet, but instead I choose to fire out a barrel of $100 into a $100 pot, having expected him to raise the flop if he had a K. Hoodie shoves for his last $180. I snap it off, he shows KJoff for flopped trips.
I fucked up every street. If I could do it again, I’d raise wider pre, downbet the flop and check/fold the turn.
I rack up and call it a night.
BR: $1,664.
Friday: Last day in Vegas is a miniature burger tour of the city. I hit up an old standby — Burger Bar at Mandalay — for lunch before swinging by Holsteins at the Cosmo for dinner. Holsteins has a better preset menu and a much cooler atmosphere, but it’s tough to top the freedom you have at Burger Bar to build your own burger. Can’t go wrong with either one, IMO.
In between, I have one last successful session at the Aria. Here’s the best hand of the day (effective stacks are around $205).
I pick up AsAh in the cutoff. Folds to a LAGgy young Israeli guy on his third buy-in in UTG+2, who opens to $15. Folds to me, I three-bet to $45. Folds to the BB, a hoodie decked out in Colorado Rockies gear who cold-calls. UTG+2 calls. Pot is around $136.
Flop comes out Tc6s3c. BB donk jams his remaining $165. MP folds, I snap it off. He flips over KK. Turn and river are both Ts and we scoop. Easy game. The red-eye flight home is a happy one.
BR: $1,807.
Total trip profit of $307, for a winrate of roughly 5 bb per hour.
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2019.05.06 05:50 JUSTBLAZE2k7 Martin Garrix B2B Zedd at OMNIA Las Vegas 5/4/19

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