New Years Party at Holocene | New Years Resolutions

OK! At some point this event killing snow-show must end and Portland New Years parties begin. Here is one from the Holocene. Hot Mess is going to be there. That means it will be packed, hot, sweaty, dance party action…just what you want on New Years.

From Holocene:

New Years Fireworks by Holocene

NEW YEAR'S EVE
NIGHTCLUBBING [Linger & Quiet] link
vs HOT MESS [Hoop Dreams and HR Papaerstacks] link
Explode Into Colors link
White Fang link
and your host, Ronin Roc link

Resolutions for your Holocene New Year's Eve:

1) Get kicked in the face by nubile-thrashers White Fang.

2) Souse yourself in the dance punk of Explode into Colors, preferably after consuming whatever necessary to get your world exploding into colors.

3) Scour the dancefloor for the Linger to your Quiet while the Nightclubbing duo sexes the decks.

4) Dance your special bussiness around to the triple platinum certified bananas shenanagins of Hot Mess DJs Hoop Dreams and HR Paperstacks.

5) Make eyes at one of those dreamy bartenders you keep reading about in the “I Saw Yous”.

6) Keep riding that Obamanation euphoria-wave right on in to 2009.

7) Have your New Year's makeout session documented in the photo booth.

8) Trade up the Champagne of Beers for actual Don Dom.

9) Make your New Year completely 2.0. Totes.

10) Repeat as needed

Holocene
1001 SE Morrison St
Portland, OR 97214
8pm
COST
$10.00 advance
$12.00 day of show

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4 Responses to New Years Party at Holocene | New Years Resolutions

  1. LeeLee December 24, 2008 at 00:11 #

    Is this 21+ or 18+?

    • Julian Chadwick December 24, 2008 at 00:19 #

      Their calendar says ‘remember all events are 21+, so I am saying no. Backspace is having the only all ages show that we have found so far.

  2. meagank December 24, 2008 at 22:03 #

    This sounds like a lovely night of debauchery.

  3. Brianne December 27, 2008 at 20:26 #

    It’s Dom, not Don. As in Dom Perignon http://www.domperignon.com/selection/domperignon-en.htm .

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