Our Favorite DJ Mustard’s Productions:
Hot New Hit Ridin’ Around ft Nipsey Hussle (Link: http://bit.ly/NipsyXMustard)
"Who Do You Love” YG f/ Drake and Game
“Rack City” Tyga “I’m Different” 2 Chainz
“Needed Me” Rihanna
“IDFWU” Big Sean
"Nothin' Like Me” Dom Kennedy
‘Know What’s Up" Tory Lanez Feat. Kirko Bangz
Five interesting facts to get you fired up for the upcoming set by Mr. Dijon himself inside!
Venue 578 is looking for Rock promoters to bring shows and concerts into Orlando. The venue has long been known in Orlando for hosting some of the biggest names in the industry.
The venue has the ability to host up to 1,521 people inside and over 10,000 outside.
Promoters interested in partnering with the Venue 578 team should contact the management staff.
We pride ourselves on running one of the most versatile, memorable, and beautiful venues in all of Orlando. Over the past 21 years, chances are you've only been to a concert at our place, but little did you know, we also frequently host wedding receptions, Bar Mitzvahs, giant outdoor festivals, and even film shoots (just to name a few). It doesn't matter if your event is bringing 10,000 people or just a few hundred-- we have the space, the land, and the professionals to make your event fit your needs, while making it a memorable experience for your guests.
To give you an idea of the types of events we can host, we came up with a list of 14 common uses for our venue. Throughout this post, we'll include images of the room for different private events to give you a visual idea. If you want photos now, jump to the venue rental section of our website.
After more than 20 years under the original ownership of Jan Harrold who purchased the old Firestone Tire company's building in the early nineties and transformed it into one of the country's most renowned entertainment complex and concert venues, Venue 578 (Previously Club Firestone) is now officially under new ownership.
After a few failed attempts at selling the business to other management firms and companies, Jan finally found new owners for the historic venue. The new ownership is a group comprised of several people in the entertainment industry. It includes William Royall, Silvia Guillan, Javier Guillan, Joel Font, and Matthew Kanuck.
William and Javier both own and operate ZEUS Nightlife, a promotions and artist talent agency, and Backwoods Music Festival, a forty-thousand person four day music festival with eight stages and over five hundred performing artists, while both Joel and Matthew act as investors for promoters who throw world tours for acts such as Ricky Martin and more.
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There's no bigger show on the planet right now than Empire. Lucious, Cookie, the sons, Tiana-- the whole cast is incredible. The story-lines are on point. The soundtrack has Billboard-worthy songs from beginning to end. It's a great show.
Hip hop fans have been obsessed with Houston rapper Travi$ Scott since the early 2010's (and rightfully so). Few artists have a sound as diverse as Travi$. Critics have compared him to Kanye, mellow songwriter Bon Iver, Kid Cudi, and indie dance band Tory Y Moi in the same breath. Until recently, we were only blessed with mixtapes by Travi$ Scott. No one was complaining though because Owl Pharoah and Days Before Rodeo were mixtape masterpieces that brought us bangers like Hell Of A Night and Blocka La Flame (just to name a few). This past September, the rapper released his debut studio album Rodeo, and the fans were not disappointed.
These 5 tracks below are some of our favorite tracks from Travi$ Scott. We also included our favorite lines from the songs. Make sure to let us know which are your favorite tracks in the comments or on social media.
Atlanta rapper Young Dro will be in Orlando on Saturday on 12/5. To get you pumped up for the concert, we wanted to embed 5 of his most popular (for good reason) songs. But first, here's a little history on Dro...
If you're into metal music, you're aware of Mushroomhead. These costumed monsters have been slaying stages with their melodic metal since 1993. That's 2 years before their long time (former?) rival Slipknot formed, but who's counting. All we know is we can't wait to hear some of their best lullabies like "Never Let Go", "Sun Doesn't Rise", and "Kill Tomorrow" blasting from our speakers.
Now, Mushroomhead alone would suffice for an intense night of eardrum-shattering music, but the rest of the lineup is equally intriguing. In no particular order, we have Mortiis, September Mourning, Unsaid Fate, Catcher In The Rye, Amerikan Overdose, Sister Kill Cycle, and Pyskotribe.
Trance DJ Andrew Rayel has quite the resume at a young age. It helps that he started producing at 13. At the old age of 17, he got signed to Armin van Buuren's label Armada Music-- no big deal. He had multiple tracks played on the radio program A State Of Trance, including a tune of the week with "Aeon Of Revenge". Tiesto plays his tracks live. So does Venue 578 alum Dash Berlin. We could go on and on.
If you're a fan, you probably already knew all that. If you aren't, we hope it helps convince you to party with us on Thursday, September 24th. Not persuaded yet? Check out the budget-friendly drink specials we're running that night. Also, check out these trance masterpieces below....
We're not saying that alcohol is needed to enjoy a great DJ set-- Andrew Rayel's silky smooth trance tracks stand on their own. Sometimes though, a little booze makes it a little more fun. For the people that like to take the edge off with a little of the hard stuff, we're offering some great drink specials for Thursday's party.
Here they are in text format:
$5 shots all night
$3 beers all night
2-4-1 before midnight
$100 Smirnoff Bottles
Every group of 4 ladies gets a free bottle of champagne
Here it is in visual format. Let's party this Thursday!
Chicago rapper Lil Durk last rolled through town this past February, and it was quite a show. From the Lil Durk himself to the crowd to the openers -- everything and everyone was on point. This time around, Durk has a new album under his belt. This show will also have Gunplay and Hypno Carlito opening. For these reasons, we think the party will be even better than the last one (and that's saying a lot).
If you're unfamiliar with Lil Durk's work, but love hip hop, we suggest you listen to some of his more popular tracks. Like Me, L's Anthem, and Dis Ain't What U Want are probably his biggest bangers. Listen to the latter below:
Orlando native and Cash Money rapper Caskey performs at our place on Friday, August 14th. Whenever he's perfoming in town, it's always one heck of a homecoming party. This time around, he's got a whole new slew of material from his upcoming record Black Sheep 2. Get a preview from the video on WorldStarHipHop.
To give you some insight into the mind of Caskey before Friday's show, we asked him 5 quick questions. Here are his straight-to-the-point answers.
We’re excited to let you know that we’re hiring new team members. That includes bartenders, barbacks, servers, bussers, security, interns, etc. All the info is in the graphic above, but in case you absorb info differently, here’s all the details below.
Step 1: email your photo and resume to email@example.com
Step 2: show up to the venue on either Tuesday, August 25th (2-4pm) or Thursday, August 27th (6-8pm)
Step 3: be awesome and cross your fingers
If you’re interested, we hope to see you out there on the given dates. If you know someone who might be interested, share with them this link or the infographic.
Dutch producer Bakermat arrived to DJ stardom a little differently than most. At 18, he went to college in the Netherlands to be a psychologist. In his spare time, he started to play around with his core music genres: house, jazz, and soul-- with little intention of becoming a full-time DJ. Well, his unique style of EDM caught on pretty quickly, especially in Germany and Austria, and the rest is history.
If you've never listened to Bakermat and you've made it this far in the blog post, we can't encourage you enough to listen to his 2 main tracks below. It might just be the most unique-sounding EDM you've heard in awhile. It's jazz and house music, beautifully blended together.
For fun, tell us which of the 2 tracks below you like the best. Comment on this post or on Facebook.
Even though their bass strips the paint off our walls, Canadian dubstep duo Zeds Dead are always welcome in Orlando. They're welcome for more than a couple reasons: they create great tracks, they manifest awesome parties, they give away a lot of music to their fans for free, and they tour relentlessly.
Another thing the guys are known for is their heavy bass, and there's one remix by Zeds Dead that a lot of fans forget about (but we didn't). We think this might be their most bass-heavy track in their now-expansive track list. What do you think?
Orlando might not be known as hip hop haven, but that might be changing soon. There is plenty of hip hop talent in central Florida, and it's growing. The Scene is a re-occurring event that showcases some of our area's best hip hop artists, and we're not just talking rappers-- it encompasses the whole culture. That includes, rappers, singers, hip hop bands, b-boys, b-girls, visual artists, designers, etc on 3 stages inside our venue.
Back in March, we hosted The Scene I (see photos here). Naturally, we had to do a Scene II because Orlando's got too much talent to fit into a single event. To help you navigate the party better, we provided all the set times for each stage. Share with your friends who are attending.
First off, the DJ Snake show will sell out. So, if you're reading this and haven't gotten your ticket yet, you need to secure your tickets ASAP (ticket link). Go!
Now that we know your ticket is secure, it's time to learn some DJ Snake-friendly dance moves. Each of the below dance routines is taken from a popular DJ Snake music video. To isolate the move, we created custom animated GIFs.
If you happen to find any of these GIFs entertaining, feel free to steal them and share.