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5 Unique Features at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row

Sure, Arizona is probably one of the top five states in the U.S. for good ol’ country bars. We still have our cowboys, Prescott, Wickenburg, Williams…the list could continue. But while we adore jukeboxes, cheap beer and Kentucky bourbon, patrons can have just a little more if they pause after a day of Old Towne Scottsdale shopping and head to new joint Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row. With an already rockin’ reputation and the name of one of the hottest country stars above its door to boot (pun intended), Whiskey Row boasts some other unique features you won’t find anywhere else.

State of the art technology: Whiskey Row offers an HDMI video system that controls video and sound from anywhere in the venue, all with help from an iPad, several iPhone and USB charging stations available around the bar and a massive 24 ft. TV on the back wall. As the most technologically advanced bar in the state, it also offers a concert quality 52,000 watt sound system and a 16 ft. by 20 ft. stage suspended from the ceiling located directly above the bar.

Beer and liquor taps: Each booth at Whiskey Row features three different beer taps and a liquor tap, a first for Arizona. Guests will have their choice of Coors Light, Blue Moon and New Castle and liquors including Yukon Jack Whiskey, Grey Goose Vodka flavors, American Honey Whiskey and more.

Bushwhacker-1Unique drinks: The drinks are like nothing you’ve ever had before. The unique mix of liquor and specialty ingredients make for mouthwatering flavor and great country cocktails:

• The Bushwhacker, a rich, chocolaty, milkshake-type cocktail, a Nashville classic, now has a new spin to it thanks to a few new special ingredients: Yukon Jack Wicked Hot Cinnamon Whiskey, Kahlua, cream coconut and milk blended with ice and served to order.

• The ever so popular boilermaker is a shot of whiskey dropped into a beer: The Working Class Hero Boilermaker is made with Bushmills Irish Whiskey, and Coors Banquet.

• Another signature drink is the Coffin Nail, with Grey Goose Cherry Noir, Black Cherry Soda, Red Bull with Fresh Blueberries.

• The Cow Tipper is a beer infused cocktail made with Dock 57 Blackberry Whiskey, lemon juice, agave nectar and muddled blackberries and is topped off with PBR.

The best dining, hospitality and live music: Riot Hospitality Group (RHG), a restaurant management with multiple nightclubs and restaurant/bars in Arizona and select U.S. markets is run by Ryan Hibbert, Mike Troyan and Jon Wright. With ownership in three successful bar/restaurants in Arizona and Chicago, RHG has set themselves apart with its trendy, “edgy” feel, excellent service and quality of product. They only use local produce and meats and the food at their venues is made to order to fit the customer’s needs. RHG promises to bring in different live talent each week making it once again stand out from other country bars around the valley. Musicians Jon Pardi and A Boy Named Sioux set the tone when they performed at the July 4th grand opening.

A Great American Gastro-pub Fare cuisine at bar prices: With quality organic food made from scratch, who could pass up the southern food offered at bar prices? Alabama BBQ Grilled Chicken is half grilled chicken basted in Alabama own white sauce with grilled broccolini and deviled egg potato salad all for $14. Or how about the Badass Bloody,  a house-made bloody mary mix, with cucumber vodka served over ice, topped with a bacon bleu cheese slider and homemade pickled vegetables?


Gareth Emery, Cedric Gervais, Will Sparks & More at MĀYĀ DAY + NIGHTCLUB

There are some hot happenings at Māyā Day + Nightclub this fall! Thankfully, the weather’s cooling down and though we’re sure the heels aren’t getting shorter, the days and nights are getting sweeter with some crazy sexy DJs. Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations (SLE) and Disco Donnie Presents (DDP) announce  the September lineup of internationally acclaimed DJ’s who will be performing at Māyā Day + Nightclub to kick off the cool(er) season:
The end of August will include performances by the following:

08/23 :: Quintino – The Dutch DJ and producer was discovered by house mastermind Laidback Luke at the age of 18. His 2011 release “Epic,” featuring Sandro Silva and Dada Life, topped the Dutch Top 40 Charts and went platinum in Holland and gold in Belgium. Doors open at 9 p.m.
08/25 :: Krewella with Dzeko & Torres – Electro-house/Dubstep trio Krewella released their hit single “Alive” off their EP Play Hard released in February. “Alive” remained on the Billboard dance charts for 32 straight weeks before hitting No. 1 in June of 2013 and went Gold after reaching 500,000 in sales. Doors open at 11 a.m.
08/30 :: Deorro – The Los Angeles native’s Soundcloud had over 20,000 avid followers and more than 1.5 million plays with his unique genre of electro house titled “panda funk” in 2011. He has been recognized by numerous world-renowned acts such as DJ Bl3nd, Laidback Luke, Steve Aoki and Chuckie. Doors open at 9 p.m.

September lineup will include:

09/06 :: Will Sparks – This Australian DJ and producer of high-energy electro house music, known as “Melbourne Bounce,” has been making waves reaching five million plays on Soundcloud and also receiving recognition from artists such as Dada Life, David Guetta, Madeon and A-Trak. Doors open at 9 p.m.
09/08 :: Gareth Emery – The UK native and trance powerhouse is best known for his music video “Concrete Angel” featuring Christina Novelli, which has accrued over 14 million views on YouTube and was added to the MTV dance playlist since it’s release last year. Doors open at 11 a.m.
09/13 :: Starkillers – His track “Let the Love” with Dmitry KO and Amba Shepherd has garnered over 200,000 views on YouTube and has been featured on both BBC Radio 1’s “Dance Anthems” and Tiesto’s “Club Life” Radio. Doors open at 9 p.m.
09/27 :: Cedric Gervais – He produced the mega-hit “Molly” last summer and his latest remix of Lana Del Ray’s “Summertime Sadness” has been in the Beatport Top 100 since it’s release in February. Doors open at 9 p.m.
Special guest to be announced soon.

To purchase tickets please visit www.MāyāClubAZ.com.

For VIP table and Cabana reservations call 602-810-0736 or email Nolan@MayaclubAZ.com.
About Māyā Day + Nightclub
Māyā Day + Nightclub, named for the ancient deity that manifests and perpetuates illusion and dream, is the new standard for high-end entertainment in Scottsdale, Arizona and the Southwest. Developed by Triyar Entertainment, Māyā features a 9,700 square foot indoor bar and 17,600 square feet of outdoor pool and patio areas with a resort-style pool complete with daybeds, lounges, private and VIP cabanas. The venue also serves an authentic Mexican cuisine including, signature tacos, ceviche and taco salad. Māyā Day + Nightclub includes massive poolside LED video screens and features a floating stage in the center of the pool to host live music concerts and DJ performances. For more information on Māyā Day + Nightclub, please visit www.MayaClubAz.com


Axis Radius Closing Down, Offers Two "Pre-Demolition" Parties

The iconic Scottsdale nightclub, Axis Radius, will be torn down this summer, and they are celebrating by throwing a “two-day blowout bash.”

Two “pre-demolition parties” will happen on Friday, June 28 and Saturday, June 29.

The club, which has been an integral part of the Scottsdale nightlife scene since its inception in 1997, will offer opportunities to see some of the most legendary DJs that have graced its presence over the last 16 years, including Steve Levine, DJ Randy, DJ Phantom and DJ Swerve.

The presence of the club will not leave Scottsdale, however, as the club’s owners have announced that they be building two “bigger, badder” night clubs in the same Old Town location.