Chaos is located in the Fortune Egg at the City of Dreams Manila. Just like Pangaea Chaos Nightclub is a famous club brand by The Ault Group. The first Chaos opened in New York in the 90s and was the first real bottle-service club in the world and the inspiration for the world’s biggest superclubs like the ones in Vegas and Miami. Chaos Nightclub in the City of Dreams in Manila opened it’s doors on February 14 2014. The club has a capacity of 2,000 people and is one of the biggest nightclubs in Manila. The club is currently open on Fridays and Saturdays and features world-class DJs every week. The club has luxurious interiors, a state of the art sound and light system, VIP couches and (private) VIP KTV rooms, cages with pole dancing, sexy dancers and other entertainment.
Below you can find an overview of some of the upcoming events at Chaos Club Manila.
HALLOWEEN 2015 – The Halloween Ball
Saturday October 31 – D-Wayne (Chaos Halloween Party)
Dwayne’s career has taken off at lightning speed and there’s no stopping him. He remixes Tiësto, Enrique Iglesias and Jennifer Lopez. He is a star at festivals and in clubs. His records are released on Nervous, the oldest house label in the world, and on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak, Spinnin’ Records and currently on Wall Recordings, Afrojack’s record label. • 2015 is D-wayne’s year! It will see lots of his own productions, remixes of his musical heroes and up and coming stars, projects with various artists, and a slew of gigs at festivals and clubs both at home and abroad. And, of course, a world tour with Afrojack. • Dwayne Megens was born in the Dutch city of Eindhoven in 1994. He was named after Wayne Rainey, the famous American Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. D-wayne’s parents weren’t real motorsport fans – they just loved the sound of his name. That’s what D-wayne loves as well – things that sound beautiful. Together with his father he would listen to the radio, from the classic rock of Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple to the electronic wizardry of Kraft-
werk. D-wayne absorbed it all and taught himself more, spurning formal music training. • D-wayne started DJ’ing at school parties and from there, he progressed to playing in local clubs. Much as D-wayne loves the records of stars such as Tiësto, Laidback Luke or Axwell he wanted more. “I thought, wouldn’t it be much better to create dance floor euphoria by playing my own stuff? So I did what many producers have done and downloaded Fruity Loops. I soon got the hang of it. Motorcycle’s track, As The Rush Comes, was a huge inspiration, it keeps you spellbound from beginning to end. That is what I want my own productions to be – riveting and constantly surprising.” • D-wayne sent Afrojack one of his first tracks. “He responded after a while, saying he didn’t only like it very much but wanted to release it as well!” The list of D–wayne productions has now grown considerably; Punk’d and Eponym on Aoki’s Dim Mak label, Kampala and Neon on Nervous, Ammo, Gravity and Crackle on Wall Recordings. Additionally, there are remixes for R3hab, Natali Yura, Enrique Iglesias, Jennifer Lopez and Afrojack. Now DJ’s such as Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Nicky Romero, David Guetta and Gabriel & Dresden play his records. D-wayne also produced a remix of a Gabriel & Dresden track. Together the three of them produced the track Shatter. With this things came full circle – for it was Gabriel & Dresden behind the Motorcycle pseudonym. They produced As the Rush Comes, the record that inspired D-Wayne to start making his own music. • D-wayne cares deeply about his music. “Just like a film director chooses images, each with their own meaning, I carefully select all the elements of my music. I want to tell a story. Africa, one of my most recent tracks, is inspired by the people of Africa. Even when misery seems insurmountable, they draw strength from their music. I want to project that strength in my music.” Signs of that strength are evident when D-wayne is playing records at festivals such as 7th Sunday and Tomorrowland, in clubs in the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, and Portugal, in The Mansion in Miami, in Hakkasan Las Vegas. “I want to produce that one record that will make everyone in the club or at the festival say: that was the absolut high point of the night.”
Friday November 6 – Borgeous
For the last two years, BORGEOUS has had an astronomical rise to fame. The LA-based Platinum recording artist and DJ/producer is quickly making waves in the scene and has already accomplished three Billboard Dance Radio Top 10’s, three Beatport #1’s and a #1 on the iTunes Dancechart in 15 different countries. His keen ear and innate talent to produce a provocative, textured sound have made people take notice. His biggest hit to-date “Tsunami” is exactly as its title suggests as the hit single wrecked bars, clubs, festival stages and radio stations around the world, gaining BORGEOUS international acclaim. It reached #1 on iTunes in 15 different countries, #1 on Beatport, received an EMPO Award for ‘Track of the Year’ and was nominated for the Juno Award ‘Best Dance Recording of the Year’. In 2014, he reached the top 10 on Billboard’s Dance Radio chart not just once, but twice with “Invincible” and “Wildfire”. “Invincible” also became the #2 Song of 2014 on SiriusXM’s BPM Radio and Wildfire was #14. BORGEOUS’ remix work is no less impressive. He was recruited to remake Afrojack’s lead single featuring Wrabel, “Ten Feet Tall” for Universal Music as well as Ariana Grande’s “One Last Time”. It was in this year that SiriusXM gave him a residency and picked up his extremely successful weekly podcast “House of Borgeous”. He was also ranked in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs at #87. His production prowess combined with a wicked DJ aptitude makes for an unparalleled performance. BORGEOUS has already exceeded expectations for 2015 with the release of: “This Could be Love”, “They Don’t Know Us”, “Big Bang” The Life in Color’s 2015 Anthem, his ever-so-beautiful original “Zero Gravity” featuring electro pop sensation LIGHTS that went #5 on iTunes Dance Charts in Canada, his collab with Wiz Khalifa, Waka Flocka & DJ Whoo Kid “Toast” and many more. In the midst of a jam-packed release schedule, he is also touring the globe with shows all over the world. Be sure to catch him on the road.
Nov 27 – Dirty South
Dirty South, aka Dragan Roganovic, the world renowned DJ, two- time Grammy nominated producer and global festival headliner, is set to challenge every conventional mold of a musical release with his newest album and short-film project, entitled ‘With You.’ A full-sensory experience, ‘With You’ shatters the model of modern-day music with its genre-bending collaborations and resplendent imagery. There are no limits for the Serbian pioneer as he redefines the notion of what it means to be a music producer. See the album. Hear the movie. What began as the writings of a new, alternatively-driven album resulted in more than just a series of perfectly-strewn melodies; a hidden narrative lived between the lines of each individual track, and Dirty South was set to tell it. Enter ‘With You’, the identically named short film project written, directed and produced by Dirty South himself. Yet again challenging any notion of conventionality, the album serves as more than just a soundtrack to the film: it is the very backbone of all that is ‘With You’. Shot using the same revolutionary filming equipment as ‘300’ and ‘Transformers,’ ‘With You’ breathes new life to its dark forests, secluded lakes, and echoing tunnel scenes. Signed to global label Astralwerks in July 2014, Dirty South has collaborated with world-renowned producers, including Axwell who he also shared the studio with in creating their Grammy nominated remix of Temper Trap’s ‘Sweet Disposition’. Dirty South’s productions have earned him several awards including two Grammy nominations, two ARIA (Australia) nominations, a winning vote for ‘’Most Popular Producer Nationally’’ in the 2007 InTheMix 50 DJ Poll, and most recently an ‘’Essential New Tune’’ (Unbreakable, July 2014) award by the legendary Pete Tong. This summer will see Dirty South dominate the international festival circuit following an endless roster of performances to date, including headlining gigs at Electric Daisy Carnival, Electric Zoo, Tomorrowland, Creamfields and more. With a credible label behind him and an unparalleled focus to the ‘With You’ project, this year is moving fast for Dirty South, and there is no slowing down.
Chaos Weekly Clubnights
Fridays: Chic Le Freak
Saturdays: Electric Circus
Chaos Guest List and Entrance Info
Door charge P900 (including 1 drink, regular club nights)
For all special event tickets can be bought at smtickets.com
Chaos Club Table booking information
VIP Table Layout
click to enlarge table layout / floor plan
For VIP table reservations text or call 0917-8863678
Chaos Manila – City of Dreams
Upper Ground Floor, City Of Dreams Manila, Roxas Boulevard, Parañaque, Metro Manila
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