Club Candids

Club Candids at Roxy Lounge

If there's one constant in Scottsdale's club scene, it's that drunken and debaucherous behavior will always be in abundance.

This proves particularly true at Old Town clubs around 11 p.m. on weekend nights. Some have called it "primetime" or "the magic hour," but regardless of its official designation, it's when things start reaching a fevered pitch as clubgoers start flocking to bars in force, the beats get bigger, and the booze really starts to kick in.

Such was the case at the Roxy Lounge this past Saturday night when the Club Candids cameras stopped by the Sixth Avenue danceteria and witnessed plenty of alcohol-fueled fun. And we've got the pics to prove it.

A bacchanal of booze and babes was in full effect once the clock struck 11 inside the joint, which is a spin-off of the famed Roxy Theatre in Hollywood. DJ Convince was the defacto master of ceremonies for the night, keeping the crowd moving with an array of party rock hits and hip-hop anthems.

And while most of the folks at the Roxy preferred their luxe libations in shot or cocktail form - served up by the model-quality waitstaff at the bar -- a bevy of lovely lasses lined up in front of the stage to get some booze poured straight into their waiting mouths by a few bros who were having a VIP party right next to the DJ.

Meanwhile, the dance floor was thick with action as ladies and lads were shaking their rumps like mad. A few were pulling out fly moves for the opposite sex while others engaged in a few drunken makeout sessions in plain sight of everyone in the club.

See what other drunken and debaucherous took place via this week's Club Candids slideshow.

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Benjamin Leatherman is a staff writer at Phoenix New Times. He covers local nightlife, music, culture, geekery, and fringe pursuits.