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World’s Top Party Cities

December 26, 2009 by  
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In Depth: World’s Top Party Cities

There’s perhaps no better example than Bangkok. With famously friendly locals and skyscraping luxury hotels, sumptuous street food and elegant nightclubs, the city has long been on the map of every partying traveler.

The city was once reputed for go-go bars and not much else, but night-owl-friendly Bangkok has since cleaned up its act–or at least added to it–thanks to a dynamic convergence of expatriate party promoters and international DJs. Breakbeat junkies flock to the dance floors of 808 Bangkok while music lovers with an appetite relax inside the minimalist interiors of Bed Supperclub, a hyper-stylish venue with a sleek restaurant and art gallery.

“There’s an incredible energy in the streets of Bangkok after sunset,” says Sanya Souvanna Phouma, creative director of Bed Management, which develops and operates boutique hotels around the world. “You have night markets, food stalls and people–a lot of people. Needless to say, the new clubbing and bar scenes have been growing along with newcomers on the restaurant scene, which pulls the market upward.”

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What makes for a great party city is obviously subjective, and while it involves variables as concrete as the number of nightlife options available, the ineffable but all-important spirit of a city is also central. To highlight the best party spots, we sought the advice of the aforementioned

Sanya Souvanna Phouma, creative director of Bed Management, as well as Marissa Anshutz, an associate director at Camron, a public relations firm in the U.K.

Stateside, New York City is the undisputed epicenter of enthusiasm. Despite numerous mayoral overtures to quiet, clean, and calm the Big Apple, the city remains one of the world’s top destinations for partygoers.

With a 24-hour subway system, a staggering array of palatial and bantam nightclubs, late-night restaurants and elegant bars, New York is teeming with countless forms of nocturnal bliss. The Pink Elephant in Chelsea is a surefire option for those seeking an electrifying club night, while the decadent Gramercy Park Hotel’s Rose Bar is a more sophisticated but equally enchanted place to unwind.

According to Anshutz, who formerly worked at PR and marketing agency Syndicate (which counts the Rose Bar and L.A.’s Villa as clients), New York has always been a party city–but smaller, more intimate venues are now as popular as the notorious mega-clubs.

“The chic set is desperate for something authentic, diverse and bespoke–so places like The Rose Bar and The Box offer the perfect haven,” Anshutz says. “It also helps that New York City is the first stop for jetsetters who bring the latest and greatest in music and fashion from Europe.”

Bash in Berlin
Much like New York, Berlin is the linchpin of European hedonism. There are more than 3.4 million inhabitants, no curfew, spectacularly designed clubs, and a partying aesthetic that privileges the casual over the obviously done-up.

Half the excitement of going out in Berlin is trying to locate the club you’re after, as the more thrilling venues are often hidden from plain view. Crowds seeking live music flock to the unmarked doors of Tausend, an uber-hip bar packed with Berlin’s stylish locals, particularly on Saturday nights. This is one of the few bars in Berlin where casual won’t cut it, so leave your sneakers at home.

An outdoor club/lounge featuring live music and river views, Bar 25 is another Berlin gem. South of Mitte, Kreuzberg’s 103 Club entertains masses of indie rockers with live acts and parties, while Cookies reigns as the favored spot on Tuesday and Thursday nights.

Despite Berlin’s recent ascent, London still stands out as a dashing city known for its posh clubs and edgy music scene. “City wealth, oil wealth, and daddy’s wealth” with “the odd prince or two” tossed in help to create London’s trademark party atmosphere, says Anshutz. “Royals and glitterati queue up at West London’s Boujis nightclub to down the signature “Crack Baby shot–a mix of vodka, champagne and fruit juice.”

Exotic Experiences
Some parties are worth traveling a great distance for.

According to City Guide Tel Aviv, Israel’s unofficial capital is a “hedonistic, multi-cultural Mediterranean metropolis.” Nicknamed “the city that never stops,” Tel Aviv boasts a steamy nocturnal playground not for the faint of heart. While local officials have cracked down on noise-polluting beachfront parties in recent years, the mayhem continues indoors at venues like the underground Barzilay Club. Part of what helps keep the party going is that bartenders in Tel Aviv, in general, are notoriously generous with alcohol servings.

Renowned for its decadent carnivals and sinfully gorgeous locals, Rio de Janeiro is one of South America’s most festive cities. Lush rainforests and white-sand beaches give Rio its natural glow, and the city also boasts a number of five-star restaurants, swank clubs and hip bars.

Far from South America but equally as hot is Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital city and home of a big night scene with a small-town vibe. With a history of producing experimental musicians like Icelandic rockers Björk and SigurRós, it’s no wonder Reykjavik pays homage to the auditory-inclined with prized nightclubs like NASA, an auditorium-like space with nightlong live music acts. Bar lovers with stamina enjoy participating in the frequent Icelandic rúntur, a night-long, marathon-style pub crawl.

In Depth: World’s Top Party Cities


Serbian Party @ The Guvernment

December 25, 2009 by  
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Vision 2010 New Year’s Eve Party

December 12, 2009 by  
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Pete Tong announces intentions for Ibiza 2010

December 12, 2009 by  
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pete_tongPete Tong has confirmed that he will be back at Eden for next year’s Ibiza season with his flagship night Wonderland.

This is perhaps the earliest piece of Ibiza news we’ve ever been sent.

Pete tells us “We have a lot of improvements and surprises lined up for next year which will include an updated Martin Audio Sound System, even more Wonderland production, a new, much larger VIP terrace, a piano terrace, a redesigned entrance, back room and fresh decor.”

The opening party date for your diary is June 25.

Exit Festival 2010 dates announced

December 6, 2009 by  
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e_festThe Exit Festival 2010 dates have been announced. Petrovaradin Fortress will be the home to Exit festival goers from July 8- 11.

This summer Exit will see over 600 performances over 20 stages connected by cobbled streets, ramparts and tunnels.

Exit is one of the most highly regarded festivals in Europe, being nominated for ‘Best Overseas Festival’ in the UK Festival Awards for the past three years and winning the coveted title in 2007. Exit has also been nominated for ‘Best Major Festival’ in the inaugural European Festival.

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