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Babylon dance party at the Waldorf Hotel: photos

Makeout sessions mid floor, sweat and tequila. Come to The Waldorf if you hanker to dance. Vancouver's "most historic bar" transmogrified into a multiroom dance party on Friday night. It was Babylon party night. The venue was jam-packed with quirky outfits, a go-go dance troupe and The Dirtiest Comics.


As the hip and young crowd fist pumped and shuffled, DJs “The Wild Child” Mandy-Lyn, Tristan Orchard, Mr Pablo, Andrew Andrew Andrew and The Egyptian spun dance hits that made the already hot and humid rooms even hotter. The Rolling Stones reverberated through the rooms. There was Daft Punk. Rave music. There was cabaret. No sleazebags, but lots of sleaze.

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