I get a call every single Thursday to go with someone to Neon. It's big, it's popular, and it's all-around eclectic. It also has morphed from the '80s night at La Tasca to the sweaty, buzzed, strange amalgamation of genres that it is today. Neon attracts everyone -- weathered scenesters, frat boys, teenage goth chicks -- and the crowd co-exists in one harmonious grind session. DJs Konsept and Cruzwith don't necessarily stick to the '80s all the time (Snoop's "Drop It Like It's Hot" might be followed by Dead or Alive's "You Spin Me Round"), but whatever they do works. The Bottleneck has been consistently packed for what has arguably become the best dance party in Lawrence (at least until the party moves to The Granada). And for one night, Neon will vie for the title of best dance party in Kansas City when it hits Kabal Saturday.