Throughout the years Suite B has been the home of many notable events such as Argyle!, Bone, and Nite Vision. While the venue itself is rather small its size never hinders. Instead the limited floor space creates an intimate atmosphere, especially on occasions when an internationally renowned DJ is on the decks. The infamous Carnival was one particular event that brought several heavy hitters like Felix Cartal and L.A. Riots to Suite B. It’s been nearly 4 years since the Carnival left town, but its creator Adrian Giannotta has teamed up with yours truly for a new weekly club night simply called Disco. It just happens to be held on Wednesday nights just like Carnival was. Disco’s residents include Waldo Faldo and Captain Awesome! (aka Delmar Prescott). Long time residents of Orlando may recall Delmar’s time as a resident at Crush and Saturday/Thursday.
Special guests for Wednesday, September 26th include Mondaze and Midnight Mass resident Adam Wright as well as Lucy Vardøgr who will perform her first solo set in Orlando under the moniker Laser Coffins. She has a special witch house set planned for the evening and she'll be among the first to ever drop witch house in Orlando. Lucy Vardøgr is best known as one half of the popular DJ duo Blood Eagle.
10pm, no cover 18+
electro house, electro, nu disco, Italo disco, and more
$3 domestics, $3 PBR tall boys, $3 special house shots, $4 imports, $4 wells
Suite B, 50 E. Central Blvd, (407)-246-1750
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