Monday, April 13, 2009

Miami-Based DJ What! Hits Halo on Saturday, April 25

Beginning at 10 p.m.; $5 Admission for Ages 21+

HALO, Midtown’s preeminent luxury bar and lounge, presents DJ What! on Saturday, April 25 beginning at 10 p.m. The Miami-based DJ What!, who currently holds residencies at Mansion and Hotel Sagamore in South Beach, is known for his infectious beats and crowd-pleasing variety of music. Admission is $5 for ages 21+ with a valid I.D.

DJ What!’s sets continually surprise and delight audiences in Miami and beyond. Influenced by the 70s R & B and duwop of his childhood, his performances reflect his diverse musical inspirations and inclinations. Never one to play the tired club hits, DJ What! mixes original tunes with old school hits and infuses his sets with layers of hip hop, R & B, Rock ‘n’ Roll, funk, and pop. DJ What! has dazzled audiences at Skybar, Prive, SET, Mynt, Cameo, Vice, BED, and Snatch in South Beach and rocked club goers in New York at 1oak, Butter, Lotus, Marquee, Home, and Kane. DJ What! also has the distinct honor of being the premier DJ at 2007’s International Turks and Caicos Film Festival. Visit www.djwhat.net for more information.

HALO is open Monday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. and Saturday from 8 p.m. to 3 a.m. There is no cover charge before 10 p.m. Convenient and affordable covered parking for only $5 is located at the Biltmore Parking Garage, which can be accessed from both Cypress and 6th Streets. Door-front valet parking will be available in coming weeks.

Located at 817 W. Peachtree St NW in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, the entrance to HALO is on 6th Street between W. Peachtree and Cypress Streets. Contact HALO at 404.962.7333, info@halolounge.com, or visit www.halolounge.com.

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