Balak is Tijuana's biggest, loudest most state-of-the-art disco.
Liquid Blue rocked the house on a multi-million-dollar sound system.
The packed dance floor as seen through the fog machine haze.
The banner says "El Mejor Grupo para Bailar de los U.S.A."
On April 21st there was a press conference in Tijuana preceeding the big event.
Liquid Blue poses for a photo opportunity.
Everyone is seated and the conference begins.
The band members being interviewed by the press.
An article and picture from the press conference in the newspaper.
Liquid Blue at the Tijuana Cultural Center.
Tijuana is the 28th largest city on the American continents.
Currently it is also one of the fastest growing cities in Mexico.
Tijuana relies on tourism for a major part of its revenue.
Many shops and stalls are located in walking distance from the border.
Visitors can enjoy restaurants and taco stands, bars and dance clubs.
It's a common weekend destination for college aged Southern Californians.
Mexico's drinking age of 18, instead of 21 as in the United States.
Gina, Scott, Nikki, Diana, and Michael in front of the Balak Disco.
The Balak Disco is made up to look like a giant Mayan temple.
Inside, Steve McShane and Michael Vangerov fail to impress the local girls with their drinking.
Drummer Angelo Frisina stands before a Liquid Blue advertisement near the border.
Another large sign advertising the event.
Liquid Blue live on stage at the Balak Disco in Tijuana, Mexico.
The dance floor as viewed from the upper-level balcony.
Scott Stephens in the spotlight singing.
The BlueGirls performing Lady Gaga's Poker Face