This party was completely overhyped and wack. It deserves a -4 and I deserve my money back. The advertised "video art"? A bunch of random mugshots pulled from the Internet. What was that?! The make out room? A musty wood-paneled room that you wouldn't spend no more than 1 minute in, much less make out in. All the DJs? They sucked. They played the most generic house music. No wonder the crowd just stood around. Apparently, the band found out a week beforehand that they would be playing. I didnt stick around, but this is what I was told. No more Cherry Blast for me.
Really? "Cherry Blast" was lame. It was almost an utter waste of time. UNORGANIZED, apparently early-spent, (to be fair we arrived at 10:30)The culture had left the building by then?. The decrepit warehouse with insulation falling off the ceiling had a few high end projectors wasting electricity on the same lousy box art 30 second loops, interesting for almost 6 seconds, near interesting portraits on one wall and square'ish graphic kaleidoscope painfully played on and on upon the other. Neither were properly screened. The shuttle was not marked with the phrase "Cherry Blast" -missed it and walked the 12 blocks through the ghetto. Who organized this? a high school club? much idle standing, teen age street party at best. Rename it "beer buzz"