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One Night at the Disco - Studio 54 Halloween Party on Friday 26th October 2018
One Night at the Disco are bringing the good people of Glasgow the opportunity this Halloween to visit an era of pure decadence, excess, glamour and music that became the blue print for modern day dance music!
Founded mainly in New York City, a phenomenon happened that changed music and nightclubs forever - from the underground bath houses hosted by Frankie Knuckles and the apartments parties held by David Mancuso at The Loft and Nicky Siano's Gallery parties, to the opulence of Studio 54 with its regular celeb guests to the Paradise Garage hosted by Larry Levan. They were the venues that were breaking the boundaries - DJs were now mixing records, gay and straight, rich and poor audiences were now mixing together and producers such as Walter Gibbons, Giorgio Moroder and Tom Moulton were making records now specifically for the dance floor.
Artists like Chaka Khan, Diana Ross, Gloria Gaynor, Chic, Sylvester and Donna Summer were taking over the world - it was a revolution.
This Halloween, we will be recreating one night at Studio 54, the notorious New York club frequented by the likes of Andy Warhol, David Bowie, Grace Jones, Nile Rodgers, Michael Jackson, Debbie Harry, Donna Summer and so many more. Studio only lasted 33 months, but in that time it went down in history as the most decadent and possibly the most creative use of an event space there has been. Look out for the bus boys, drag queens, stage performers and the lights and sound that capture the era!
Get dressed up and get on down to One Night at the Disco's Halloween special - the Studio 54 Warehouse party.
Music Genres: Disco
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