On March 3, Lima will be host to Boris (Pacha-NYC). Opening set by George Garcia. Lima is located at 1401 K St NW in Washington, DC. Brought to you by Glow and Panorama Productions, Glow at Lima, which was voted ‘Best New Venue of 2010’ by Armin van Buuren and David Guetta never disappoints. GlowThursdays at Lima now allow and 18 and over crowd.
Originally from St. Petersburg, Russia, Boris has become a New York legend in the electronic music scene. Currently, a resident DJ at the first North American branch of the famed European club brand Pacha in New York City and Space in Miami. Boris once set a record in attendance for 30,000 square foot space, Crobar in New York City with 5,400 screaming fans.
Boris has worked with Janet Jackson, Jewel and Gloria Estefan to name a few in a long list and his remix of Pink’s “Get this party started” landed number one of the Billboard’s Hot Club Play chart. Fan favorites include hits like “Automatic”, “Everybody Tweakin”, “Lights Go Out”, and Lisa Pure’s “Movin On”.
Boris has been nominated for two Club World Awards for “Best Resident DJ” and continues to grow move massive crowds in New York and around the globe.
Doors to the event will open at 10pm and close at 2am, though Lima by day is an upscale restaurant and lounge with incredible happy hour specials from 4:30pm-7pm and a lavish menu worth checking out before the party starts. By night the lounge features state of the art sound, lighting and visuals. The Glow Girls dancers will also be performing for added entertainment.
Glow offers free admission before 11pm with the printed flyer on www.dcclubbing.com or reduced admission with guest list or flyer after 11pm. Discounts to other Glow events are offered by becoming a “Fan of Glow” on Facebook. Otherwise tickets are available on www.clubglow.com.
Table reservations can be made by calling 202-789-2800. For more information visit www.dcclubbing.com or www.clubglow.com.
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