Peaches & Justice @ Hard NYE, Downtown LA
And now, the poll for what you would like to see most at the next HARD New Year’s Eve festival. See you next year!!
[Disclaimer: This is not an actual Losanjealous “Reader Picksâ„¢” poll so votes will not be tallied at the end. But feel free to vote as often as you like.]
SIGNS: Alright, so I’m slightly ashamed to say that I still don’t know Downtown like the back of my hand. But if I’m going to pay 20 to 30 bucks for semi-secure parking I don’t want to waste half a tank trying to find the lot.
VENUE MAPS: No, I didn’t print out the map at home and come prepared, but didn’t know I had to either. It took me a while to figure out that having VIP tickets meant you weren’t faced with a dead end at each side of the venue and therefore have to back track like Danny Torrance.
SCHEDULE/SET TIMES: The real reason why Peaches kept on asking what time it was.
LIGHTS: I saw a few costumes and few people who looked like they went to a lot of effort to dress up. Wait, were those really costumes? I’m not really sure since I didn’t bring my “2008” night vision goggles. On second thought what good would signs, maps, and schedules do me if I can’t see them.
STAGE DIVING DJ’S: Will Smith doesn’t have to stage dive to sell records.
PEOPLE ON STAGE: Or rather specific people/friends you would like to see sneak on stage and get booted off by security two hours later. Fill in name here: ____________.
EXOTIC FOOD OPTIONS: This is the first event that I went to where bacon-wrapped (see example) hot dogs were actually on the menu inside the venue.
DAFT PUNK: Pure pandering here, but I didn’t know it was customary to do the Daft Punk pyramid thingy with your hands during Justice’s performances. Noted.