Monday, October 20, 2008

Prom Night vs Arcade

How different is Arcade from Prom Night? Besides being older and more experienced, are there differences? I think so. Here are just a few differences I noted by attending both parties. Click on the picture to enlarge.
Am I horribly wrong? I don't mind being wrong.


Dancebitch Velleman (obvs) said...

Dead right.

cevron said...

It's just a matter of time until prom night turn into jock haven too... give the jocks time, they'll soon find out about it. They're quite delayed with this sort of thing.

nicoleshmicole said...

I don't know why people have to be all weird about this whole Prom Night Arcade thing. We just want to flippin dance. The guys from Arcade have hit the nail on the head and made a huge success of it. As an organiser of Prom Night, I can assure you we don't want to make another Arcade- we simply couldn't compete. They have done a super job, and we are looking for something quite different. Before you start judging our party and making assumptions on what it will become, come to a few of our parties and check out the vibe. (I mean, we've only had one so how could anyone know exactly what we're about). The bottom line is we decide what music we want played: we want bands, and we don't want to copycat the intense electro vibe of Arcade. Chelsea and I are very determined to keep it as un-Arcade as possible. There are major differences in the vibe we want to create (as Richard has pointed out) and I don't think the types who go to Arcade would be too amped on Prom Night (they sure as hell hated dancing to Michael Jackson at the first party). So instead of people freaking out and getting all weird, let's play nicely together and stop being so lame. Cape Town people are weird. We just want to have some fun. YES!