We may have kicked off our week with a bunch of nerds, but we're ready to finish it with some friends, cocktails...and a couple of hot dancers...
Walk down Robertson Boulevard in West Hollywood on any given Friday or Saturday night, and you'll most likely hear a throbbing bassline emanating from the large warehouse-type monstrosity across the street from the Abbey. That would be Ultra Suede and The Factory, the 2-in-1 nightclub (Hype/Popstarz on Fridays, Cherry Pop on Saturdays) that has been drawing party revelers, dancers of all proclivities, and people who just wanna have fun for the past decade.
The Factory is also known for attracting some big names and even bigger performances. This past fall Nicki Minaj (pictured above) showed up to show her love to the crowd with a wild rendition of "Super Bass" and her remix of "Till The World Ends" (yep, with Britney hovering on the sidelines - you may have caught it on TMZ).
And if you're looking to double your pleasure, take that disco nap, down a Red Bull, and check out Super Cherry Pop, the once-a-month Saturday night event during which both clubs merge into one, dominating the landscape of L.A.'s nightlife. As a matter of fact, this Saturday (January 28) heralds Super Dirty Pop. Expect amped-up remixes of Top 40 tunes with a little 90s thrown in, courtesy of DJ Josh Peace and DJ Brynn Taylor, AND a performance by Temper Tantrum.
See you on the dancefloors.