Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Fri 12/30: 13th Annual We Love Soul Pre-NYE Celebration "The Party of The Year"

CLICK HERE for info and tickets or visit PromontoryChicago.com

Friday December 30th 2022: 8pm-2am
13th Annual We Love Soul Pre-NYE Celebration
"The Party of The Year"

Featuring DJs
Sean Alvarez
Duane Powell
Joe Kollege
and special guest Craig Elliott

Join us Friday December 30th from 8pm-2am for We Love Soul's annual Pre-New Year's Eve Celebration also known by many as "The Party of the Year".
We Outside! and as things return to normal We look forward to celebrating the close of 2022 and 
Duane Powell's birthday with you in grand fashion.
This is going to be one for the ages!

Spreading Love and Soul Throughout The Community One Beat at a Time

Thursday, October 6, 2022

Friday 10/14: AfroFuturistic & Excursions Fela Celebration!

CLICK HERE to go to FelaOct14.Eventbrite.com

Join AfroFuturistic and Excursions as we celebrate the birthday of legendary Afrobeat pioneer and freedom fighter Fela Anikulapo Kuti.

Vibrations Channeled by DJs

Sean Alvarez, Rae Chardonnay, Cordell Johnson, James Vincent

Venue & Sound System:

The Post

5745 S. State


$10 online or at the door

Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Friday 9/23: Baby Powder - A Celebration for Dancers with DJs who Dance!

Baby Powder is a celebration for dancers curated by dance enthusiasts and DJs who dance!
Join us Friday September 23rd as we celebrate dance in an environment that is very conducive for your optimum dance floor experience.
Sean Alvarez (AfroFuturistic, We Love Soul)
James Vincent (Excursions, Nu Bang Clan)
will be on the decks and possibly on the dance floor when not in the DJ booth.
The music and vibe will be on point. The sound system will be Dope!
Comfortable attire is recommended.
Hosted by Bravemonk & Kelsa (Bravesoul Movement)
Featured Venue & Sound System
The Post: 5745 S. State
21 and over
1. No drinks on the dance floor.
2. Be kind and treat everyone with Love and respect.
3. If using baby powder when dancing, please use a modest amount in your dancing area.
4. Dance and have fun!
Baby Powder's relevance to Dance/House Music culture: At many parties where dancers and music fans gather, dancers sometimes sprinkle baby powder on the floor to loosen them up providing a smoother glide and groove when dancing. If you see or smell baby powder on the floor at a party it would be safe to assume that somewhere in the party there is some serious dancing taking place. Folklore dictates that this practice originated during the 1970s or 80s in the New York Underground Garage and House Music Scene and has since spread across dance floors globally.