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Old 03-03-2012, 02:19 PM   #1
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Noob Clubbing Questions

Im 21, havent been clubbing before but Im heading out to caprice next thurs for ben gold with some frds for a small bday thing. I was just wondering

1) whats the dress attire at caprice?

2) My friend just mainly wants to see ben gold, any idea how long guest djs usually play for? Event is from 9-3

3) What a good time to arrive?

4) Costs for coat check or cover? Is there still cover for ticket events? What can I be expecting to spend for drinks?

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Old 03-03-2012, 02:24 PM   #2
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1. anything u want. no sweats and hats.. well depends on who u know lol

2. prolly comes out at 1am. they want u to stay as long as possible. $$$

3. go @12am

4. 6 bux for coat check. 20 bux to skip lineup if there is one. if u have ticket then no cover. cover should be around 20. drinks are average 7bux so how many shots/drinks can u do
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button up shirt, jeans should be fine, wear casual shoes but dont go for sneakers

sets are usually around 2 hours

events are always lame at the start so dont go early

coat check is usually $3-5 everywhere but not sure about caprice
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1) whats the dress attire at caprice?

Anything you want pretty much.. except no heaty clothing(edhardy, CA, smet, dom rebel)

2) My friend just mainly wants to see ben gold, any idea how long guest djs usually play for? Event is from 9-3

Their sets are usually 2 hours with some shitty dj's before

3) What a good time to arrive?

11:30 ish

4) Costs for coat check or cover? Is there still cover for ticket events? What can I be expecting to spend for drinks?

Depends.. events are usually more expensive at around $8 for guys.. maybe cheaper for girls.

If you have a ticket, there is no cover charge. Otherwise it would be around $20.

Beer is around $5 and shots would be from $7-9/shot.
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Old 03-08-2012, 03:24 PM   #6
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anyone can fill in on whats so special about guest list? does it cost extra? skip the lineup? Cuz i see alot of promoters saying message me to be on guest list or sth, but then i dont even know the guy personally LOL
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honestly in vancouver guestlist is shit...you still have to wait in line...but its better than regular lineup cause it goes by a bit faster
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Old 03-10-2012, 07:23 PM   #8
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honestly in vancouver guestlist is shit...you still have to wait in line...but its better than regular lineup cause it goes by a bit faster
Thats why they say come earlier if you dont wanna wait.
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so OP, how was your first clubbing experience?
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