Here we go again party people! 1990s Ravers and club kids unite!
This time we are having a costume party as requested by some of the PLUR regulars.
Join us for a night of glorious and creative costumes by YOU! Anything goes! From House of Yes garb, to Party Monster film club kid, to 90’s movie costume party cheeziness, to whatever you feel like wearing! We will have a cash prize going to the best costume of the night.
Arrive early! Doors at 7pm with Mash Weds kicking off the night. Buy some drinks at the bar, order some delicious food and dance the night away!
Super fog machines, toilet paper cannons and mesmerizing lights will be provided to enhance your dancing pleasure! Everyone who has attended PLUR 1 and 2 have had such a memorable night! Come make more memories or more if you’ve attended before!
Also, joining us with their sweet sounds of old school dance music; our talented, seasoned local DJs:
(In Order Of Appearance)
Mash Weds-Mash Up, Trip Hop
Jason Hampton-Progressive Tech
DJ Waldo-Trance, Breaks
Damon Downs-Trance, Breaks, House
Performances by the Gilded Goddess Metal Angle Grinding and others.
Also, vendors will be on hand selling all things handmade, new and old! If you’d like to be a vendor, please let us know!
“We have created this space as a temple of expression dedicated to connection, creativity and celebrating life. We believe in the creativity of every person who enters this space. We believe that performance, dance and art can inspire and heal us. We believe that weird is wonderful. See you on the dance floor!’ -House of Yes
Peace, love, unity and respect. The four pillars of the rave scene. United like holy Tetris blocks to form the foundation of our culture’s core values.
Music was the heart of the scene ranging from trance, breakbeat, house, drum and bass, to many others.
And who could forget the fashion?! Giant clothes, either b-boy style, candy raver to groovy dance floor diva.
Greenville had a strong rave scene in the 90s. Everyone knew everyone. Many talented DJs emerged and lit up parties in all corners of Greenville. You may have been part of it, or maybe you weren’t born yet. Either way, 90s rave culture opened the doors for the EDM culture and festivals you see today.
Please share and invite your crew!