Alex Fish, - on 20/10/12
As autumn continues to lend its crispness to the air and our Facebook feeds gradually morph into an algorithmically determined amalgamation of status updates, ADE posts and Halloween event invites of questionable worth, it’s one of those times in the year when we’re faced with some important choices.
Where are we going?
Who are we going with?
What are we going as?
Since it’s not the season when people are really traveling, it’s an opportunity to have all your friends in the city in one place at one time. Beyond that, Halloween is a unique celebration because it offers us the much-anticipated ability to be whatever we like in a context that enables even the most reserved among us to revel in doing so. It also lends itself to a fair bit of inebriation, merriment and, certainly in our circles, a spot of raving as well. Accordingly, if the 31st doesn’t fall on a weekend evening, such a potent good-times combo has traditionally been embraced on the Friday and Saturday that precede it. I mean, it would have to take something pretty special to round up your friends, get all dressed up and go unforgettably big on a Wednesday night. It’s just not sensible otherwise.
As you’re no doubt aware, we here at Pulse Radio are masters of making sensible and, most importantly, responsible choices. So it likely will come as no surprise that as a result of Marco Carola’s pending arrival at the Cipriani Ball room at 55 Wall Street on Wednesday, October 31st, we’ll be offering up Thursday, November 1st as a sacrifice to our (non existent) human resources department. Carola is fresh from closing out a white hot summer for his Music On nights at Amnesia, Ibiza and will have fellow Italian Stallion (in training) Leon along for the ride. This exceptionally rare coupling of a legendary DJ with a beautiful ornate ballroom located on a street that’s become a testament to wealth (for better or for worse) promises to be nothing short of legendary. Glitz and Glam tends to wear these European sounds well though we don’t often get to see it stateside.
As you might imagine, such memorable experiences don’t exactly come at “entry level” price points. First Class tickets clock in at $200 and come with an open bar until 1am. With doors opening at 10pm, frugal party goers should really view this like a challenge. You could technically come out ahead on this one if you dig in early. There’s no reality in which Cipriani drink prices are actually cheap (you know what a mojito costs at Amnesia though?!) but three hours of Halloween caliber intake could easily rack up a tab of $80 dollars or more. As luck would have it, that’s exactly the dollar step down to Premium Economy admission which fans can access at $120. But, for a limited time only, ambitious Pulse Radio readers can use a special code to access tickets for $80 by entering 10315512 when purchasing tickets via this link.
That’s about it. So click below to go get your tickets now to ensure entry into something truly special. Remember, we can open the door to another dimension, but it’s up to you to walk through it.
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