How It Works
Having a profile allows you to:
1. RSVP or apply for the list.
In big cities, sometimes it is crucial to know someone or be on a list to get in. Sometimes it just helps.
A recipe for a bad night is to show up at a club where you don’t know what to expect, what kind of crowd/scene is inside including music style, what dress code is expected, and then how tough the doorman will be.
You can end up waiting outside for 45 minutes or more, or you can get inside after paying $20 cover to discover you hate it and want to leave so that you can start all over at another club.
The point of the rsvp box area in each event is to let you know what is expected to get into the event, and then to allow you to get on the list ahead of time. The information is given by the host directly so it is accurate and as up to date as possible.
You can save parking, gas money, wasted time and more by knowing what to expect and being prepared before going, especially if they are strict door – ‘good luck door’ events.
All you need is a profile and to submit (free) to as many events as you are interested in. Simple!
2. Join Groups to keep up with events in your scene, your niche.
This is intended to save you time by giving you notifications of only the events/circles/niches you’re interested in rather than sorting through all types of events.
It is also a fun place where you can talk in forums within the groups of the best of, the worst of, advice, stories, whatever you like!
In forums it’s an open stage and you have the mic!
3. Post your opinions and more in forums.
Forums are a chance to hand over control to you!
With Forums you can:
a. Learn from other people
b. Contribute and let others know what you think of certain clubs and more..
c. Have fun.
Think of it as the water cooler. Just online. And replace water with vodka.
Want more info about how Doors and Lists work?
Read more on The List..