Tradewinds is off the hook on Saturdays with Familiar Faces, the crowd is mixed and you dont get all that fighting and foolishness like with other clubs that cater to a much younger crowd. Familiar keeps it grown and sexy not young and restless!
Keep up the good work Tradewinds...just start moving the lines earlier instead of making the ladies stand in line with our stillettos!
In the past when I have visited Trade Winds Night Club, it was a good mixture, but catered a little to the younger crowd. Well, I discovered after visiting on different nights, that Thursday Night is the night to get out. It is more for the more mature crowd. Nice crowd, nice folks and no foolishness. Everyone is there to have a good time. Only thing is that they need to mix up the music a bit more to add a little R&B for the freesyle dancers. Overall, a great place on Thursday Nights. Anyone looking for a nice time to hang out for a little while, check it out.
At one time the matured crowd dominated Tradewinds, not anymore. It was THE place to go and get real tipsy and dance all night. They had great bands, Soul Patrol, Style Band and Sharon Thomas band. The place is not fun anymore, they have catered to the younger crowds with the GO GO bands, on some fridays. TOO BAD, it was the best and LARGE club in PG County, Maryland.
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