All The Way Up: DJ Sober, Blake Ward And Banjos To Beats Brought Immaculate Party Vibes Back To Dallas — Inside An Iconic Skyscraper! — Over The Weekend.
As vaccination accessibility expands and a populace used to staying inside becomes increasingly comfortable with the world opening back up at full capacity, signs of a return to form abound all across Dallas.
Concerts, for instance, are back in Deep Ellum. Bar sales, meanwhile, are shooting back up all across the city. And, perhaps in the biggest show of strength seen yet, Dallas nightlife is now back to its old stunting ways.
On Friday and Saturday night this previous weekend, party people of all stripes ascended into the old Cloud Nine Cafe space within Dallas’ iconic skyline fixture of the Reunion Tower for a celebration where people were literally put on airs.
Presented by concert promoters Banjos to Beats alongside revered Dallas dancefloor maestros DJ Sober and Blake Ward, the two-night event dubbed the Disco Ball welcomed revelers some 500-plus feet into the sky for a soiree that featured burlesque performers, photo booths, pumped-up sound and lighting rigs, a bar fueled by spirits from Richardson’s Lockwood Distilling Co. and audiences all too eager to party once more like it was 2019.
Helping even further guarantee a unique spin on the dancefloor — where crowds gleefully shimmied to to far more than the disco sounds implied by the name — was the 360-degree-spinning floor of the venue itself, which provided attendees with shimmering views of the city throughout these nights’ 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. runs.
With immaculate vibes, the classy, swaggy and sexy Disco Ball recalled a Dallas party scene that once was — and, perhaps more notably, already is again.
Check out the below photos to see for yourself.