Heater Party Returns November 6 at Fort Lauderdale's Rock Bar

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Miami has Poplife and Fort Lauderdale has Heater. But for a while the Broward party seemed to have all but disappeared. But I have good news for the 954's indie-dance scene: the party is coming back! November 6 to be exact. The resurrection is happening at the Exit 66 space Rock Bar (not to be confused with Rokbar in Miami Beach).

On the decks will be the night's long-time resident DJs Marvelous Kendall, Sean Weeks and Comissioner. Also scheduled for the opening night is local electronic artist Million Young.

Heater with resident DJs Marvelous Kendal, Sean Week and Comissioner, along with special guest Million Young, Friday, November 6, at Rock Bar (219 S Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale). Doors open at 10 p.m. No cover.

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