Weekend's best dance/party bets: Colette, Supervision, Polish Ambassador and much more
Cinco De Drinko at Casselman's is just one of the Cinco-related parties this weekend.
If you're looking to get your dance on along with your drink and your partying this weekend, you have lots and lots of options. Tonight, Colette's taking on Bar Standard with her deep Chicago house sound, and the following night 3Deep kicks off its latest Soiree at the club, while Casselman's Bar & Venue goes off with Cinco De Drinko with Supervision, Crushendo and DJ Manos, and the Recon and Submission crews close out the weekend with Re.Mission Sundays at 2200. Page down to get the full rundown on this weekend's best dance and party bets.
Catch Collete on Friday night at Bar Standard.
Colette, the renowned Chicago house diva is headlining Full Flavor Fridays tonight at Bar Standard; her soulful, funky sound is sure to rock the house, and Greg Campbell, Joey M and Brandon Bass will support. (9 p.m., 21+, $10 in advance, $15 at the door)
Beauty Bar turns into Club Cold for this Friday night get-down featuring London Dungeon, Hollagramz, and more for an evening of house, bass, techno, future and an array of progressive beats. (9 p.m., 21+, no cover)
At Beta tonight, Emalkay and MC Juakali drop the bass on that bad-ass sound system; Fury and Dayquill round out Bassic Fridays. Also, P.U.N.C.H.I.S. presents Make Mistakes in the Beatport Lounge, with Steofan, Attentat and Seth Nichols. (9 p.m., 18+. $5-$15)
Things are getting roused to a Fever Pitch again tonight, courtesy of Analog Space; Alex D. Wolf, Roger Sampson, Psyzmic, Pnut and Peter Black will provide the tunes for this monthly dance party at the Meadowlark. (9 p.m., 21+, no cover)
Summit Music Hall is stepping up to the plate in a big way tonight with the 1320 Records Showcase, featuring breakbeats, wobble and glitch from the Polish Ambassador, Virtual Boy, Flying Skulls and Project Aspect. (8:30 p.m., all ages, $10 at the door) At the Marquis Theater, meanwhile, Na Palm, DJ Mada and Dirty Little Thieves get their groove on.