Published on Dec 10, 2012
Aaron or DJ A-Game has been DJing in the cross for over 6 years. Looking onto the crowd from his DJ booth he's all about people having a good time but sometimes can't believe what he sees when he leaves his clubs after his set is finished.
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I am passionate about two things, I am passionate about music and people, if I can match those two together, I'm living my dream basically. For me, the cross is just, you know like a melting pot of different people, you know when you come to the cross people are here to have a good time. We actually come out to the venues its quite safe for patrons to go in, we have bit of security, there is water behind the bars. I do play at multiple clubs, so I start early, say at about 8 o'clock, and then I won't finish till 5, so I probably go to three clubs in between. The vibe later on in the night does kind of get a bit worse, the stumbling and some people may even fall over because they are that drunk, that's that immediate sign for security, or even me if I am behind the desk to wave someone and go, you know this person is too drunk, and they have time to leave now. People should be able to handle how much they tolerate, how much they drink. You know if people are too drunk, they are only going to do themselves harm, or potentially do harm to others. When it's outside of our venue, that's where the problem is, and you see a lot of the incidences that are based on the street, you can feel the frustration when you are outside, and that's where I see kind of, a lot of the agro coming. People come to the club, that's the destination they know they are going to have a good time. If you are too drunk to get into a venue, you're are missing out so its their fault.