DJ Kidd Madonny Brings "High Energy" Superhero Party to Exit 66
We all love superheroes, and we all love the U.S. of A. And on this Fourth of July weekend, a.k.a. the most American weekend ever, quintessential Fort Lauderdale Beach club Exit 66 acknowledges this fact with a party dedicated to those with superhuman powers who save the world in their spare time, the Red and White Super Party.
The poolside blowout takes place July 6 and is "a party for everyone," very democratic. Expect gogo dancers, epic costumes, and house beats spun by the visionary mastermind of this whole event DJ Kidd Madonny.
We hit up Madonny, who's spun at huge spots like Space, Mansion, and Revolution, and has a the physique of Batman, to get the lowdown on this, his very patriotic venture.
New Times: What makes this Fourth of July party different than any other past or future Forth of July parties?
DJ Kidd Madonny: I'm finally producing my own event. What's been in my head, my vision, will be in my Super Party. I'm designing the decor and the costumes, directing the entertainment and taking my one man DJ show to the next level.
Musically, what can people expect? Tons of patriotic dance music?
Expect high energy dance music, a mix of house, tribal, trance, progressive, and vocals.
The Exit 66 party is superhero/villain themed. Who is your favorite villain that you love to hate?
If there was a modern day Lex Luthor, that would be my love/hate villain. But since I don't have one of those, I'll stick with the original.
Are you Superman obsessed?
Yes! Ever since I was a child.
If you were a superhero, what are some songs that would get you pumped to save the world?
Old house dance classics like "Relentless" and "Can You Party." Songs like that always get me going.