The manager of Escapade 2001 claims the club's dance floor is "one of the largest in the metroplex"-- beaten only by a dance floor in an old gutted Walmart. The dance floor, located in the middle of the club, is surrounded by at least a half a dozen bars on various elevated levels. The club's DJs play a variety of traditional music originating predominantly from the states in North Mexico. Expect to see more cowboy hats and boots and hear more songs with accordions than at the other dance clubs in the Escapade complex. The club gets very busy on Friday and Saturday nights, but there is a huge parking lot with plenty of spaces available for all the clubs in the complex. Clubgoers only have to pay one cover charge to get into all clubs in the complex, which are all within walking distance of each other.
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