It was a warm spring night in downtown Baltimore. In between the seemingly endless stretch of boarded up homes and disgruntled crack addicts, a breath of fresh rave swept over the Inner Harbor. Curious EDM enthusiasts assembled to “Power Plant Live!” for hopes of a Thirsty Thursrave. And to everyone’s satisfaction, Laidback Luke brought the bass.
The party ignited immediately once the doors opened at 9:00. Opening DJs Lock Danan, DJ Who, and GTA spent time entertaining the crowd with a collection of admirable performances. Since no one actually came for any of these scrubs, someone smart decided to throw some dancing babes on stage to keep the bros interested. It worked; these hoes worked it like they were on David Beckham’s pole. Chubs galore.
Power Plant does a great job of creating an intense atmosphere for these shows. While the venue is primarily a collection of small bars, Power Plant constructs a baller outdoor concert stage that is perfect for warm nights como anoche. Although the crowd didn’t consist of your typical rave characters, none of the bros complained about the array of beautiful women present in their typical “I wanna get railed tonight” outfits. Pitbull would have had a blast.
The vibe was electric by the time Laidback Luke took the stage. Fans were psyched to see him whip out hits like “Speak Up”, “Show Me Love”, and of course… “Turbulence”. Lil John’s vocals were left out of the track last night, but somehow the ladies and gentlemen of Flight 909 still knew to raise their hands higher and higher (“like you’re on a rolla costa”). What a rush!
Overall, a pretty solid event. Not as many informed fans as you’d like to see at a show like this, but then again, hot sluts don’t have to be smart.
Overall DJ Performance (Lock Danan, DJ Who, GTA, and Laidback Luke): B+
Overall Show Experience: B
Hunter Jones approved.
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