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Saturdays at Volume Nightclub
Presented By Volume Nightclub
June 10th, 2017 - January 4th, 2031 PST
Online sale ends: 07/16/16 at 9:00pm PST
Volume Nightclub
172 S. Washington St.
Seattle, WA 98105
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Rotating International and Local EDM DJs


VOLUME is just blocks from the Seahawk's stadium in Pioneer Square. 2 themed rooms with full bars, elevated VIP booths, and staff whose purpose is satisfaction, 10,5k sq. ft. of today's most anticipated DJs from around the world, along with it's innovative design, will guarantee your pleasure zones to hit their maximum levels! 
So what do you want to fill your night with? ---- VOLUME NIGHTCLUB!

September 14th 2013
80s Party!
Wear your grooviest 80s themed outfit! Funky neon colors, short skirts, afros, leopard print, zebra print, spandex... party like your parents once did!

Turnt up: Going ham to the highest degree, getting loose, partying like a boss

A new monthly event featuring Seattle's most turnt up local DJs!


City 17
2013 EDC Las Vegas Insomniac Discovery Project winner

City 17 is a young EDM DJ duo (Felipe Pereira and Justin Anderson) that produce memorable hard-hitting dance tracks. Both artists possess well-rounded musical backgrounds and constantly try to expand popular foundations that make the EDM music spectrum what it is today. City 17's highly energetic performance and excitement for music pair perfectly with their catchy melodic and aggressive tracks. One of their achievements includes opening at the Lights All Night festival in Dallas, TX. for producers Tiesto, Zedd, and Avicii. They were able to do so after taking 1st Place in the Lights All Night DJ Contest with their unreleased track "Ignite It". Recently City 17 won Insomniac's 2013 Discovery Project and played at EDC Las Vegas. Be on the lookout for their upcoming EP, things are only getting bigger for this duo!

w/ local support by :



DJ Luigi

***VOLUME prohibits underage drinking or over-serving our valued guests***

Free Before 11 (must be on guestlist)
To get on guestlist: click Attending
Cover after 11pm/no RSVP on Facebook: $15

VIP/booth reservations = 206-486-0805
>>MUST BE 21+ to enter<<
✦ Main Room ✦

Ultragore/ Dim Mak/ Subhuman
Phoenix, AZ

-Electronic dance music has gotten too safe. Somebody needs to come in and shake things up before the genre becomes swallowed up in a haze of corporate machinations and twirling glow sticks. Sluggo is the antihero EDM desperately calls for. The Phoenix-based artist, producer, and C.E.O. of Ultragore Recordings makes violent, visceral, and vicious dubstep; embracing everything from heavy metal to first person shooters, he taps into a guttural edge and pulls out dark grooves so staggering you can't help but move. With knives sharpened and guns blazing, Sluggo stands on the cusp of another electronic revolution.

To create this sound, he's not drawing from the usual places. He's quicker to cite Pantera and Killswitch Engage as influences than anything else. "Growing up all I listened to was rock, metal, and rap," he affirms. "I like the gritty style of bass music. It's heavy, dark, and evil shit. Those grimy bass lines could be like a raw guitar chug. There's double bass with the triplets. Whatever I do needs to be gory, ultra-violent, and metal as fuck."

Sluggo has been honing his skills from a young age. In high school, after visiting one underground party, he started to DJ. From there, he spent countless hours learning synthesis and became one of the early purveyors of the North American dubstep scene along with Excision and Borgore. In 2010, he founded Ultragore Recordings and released his single "I Get Violent" on Beatport.

Since then, he's had 29 releases and 52 songs come out under the Ultragore banner as well as music from Helicopter Showdown, Liquid Stranger, Torqux, Bare, and many more. He's also managed to reach the coveted Beatport Top 5 multiple times. Further branching out, he even created an official remix for deathcore stalwarts Iwrestledabearonce. However, his world changed in 2011 with a song entitled "Dark Crystal".

+ supporting local DJs

Items Not Allowed
Dress code strictly enforced — Baseball hats, shorts, male sandals, excessively baggy clothing, Long baggy shirts, hooded apparel and athletic gear are not permitted. Shirts with collar preferred. Jeans, tennis shoes and fashionable headwear are acceptable. Please be presentable! NO EFFORT, NO ENTRY
Additional Information
---------------------------------- ----GENERAL INFO--- --------------------------------------- LOCATION: 172 S Washington St Seattle, WA 98104 Tel: (206) 467-1828 PRICES/AGES: 21+ Free Before 11 $10.00 thereafter The in house photographer will be TAKING your picture!!! VIP reservations = email info@volumeseattle.com or call 206-486-0805 Guest list closes at 11pm sharp www.volumeseattle.com www.facebook.com/marbleproductions DRESS CODE RELAXED

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10:00pm to 2:00am
Doors open at 10:00pm

RSVP: $0.00


Volume Nightclub<br> 172 S. Washington St.<br> Seattle, 98105



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