we had twenty-seven
bands play here, from noon until midnight. That's definitely a record. And, as it turns out, one of those bands -- the third one, Emilia's Rose
-- is the 600th band to play at DNA Lounge since we re-opened in 2001! That's somewhat approximate, of course, since it's based on what's on our calendar, and there are sometimes last-minute lineup changes that I don't know about. And we quibble about the distinction between "band" and "dj". But hey, 600 bands, that's kind of a lot
I didn't realize this before the show because I didn't actually get the lineup of the bands who would be playing until halfway through the event...
It was also our youngest event to date: something like 87% of the people who attended were under 21. (We track this by counting the wristbands we give to drinkers, so it is also somewhat approximate.)
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It is 1pm.
The temperature is 43.7 degrees.
I object in the strongest possible terms.
Yes, I know many of you are in colder places.
And it's up hill both ways.
Thanks, that's a really good story.