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Plain White Ts and Buick Regal Remix Want to Sell You a Car at Grand Central This Thursday

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Man, there ain't nothing that typifies the American Dream like speeding through the suburbs at night in your brand-new Buick Regal GS while the Plain White T's hit "Hey There Delilah" blasts out the radio.

OK, the above statement isn't entirely accurate unless you replace "the suburbs" with "Death Valley" and "brand-new Buick Regal" with "stolen armored vehicle" and finally "the Plain White T's hit 'Hey There Delilah'" with "Sabbath's 'War Pigs'."

Nevertheless, this Thursday's Buick Regal Remix at Grand Central should still be fun. Some reasons: Food, booze, and a show by those aforementioned T's. Plus, it's all free with RSVP.

Between gobbling "gourmet culinary creations" and gulping "regal cocktails," you'll get to watch "a short video presentation on Buick" (AKA an infomercial), witness the historic unveiling of the GS, and "interact with the entire revamped line of Buick vehicles" before luxuriating in "the distinctive sounds of the Plain White T's."

So yeah ... Like we already said, it's free.

Plain White Ts as part of the Buick Regal Remix. Thursday, November 4. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The party starts at 8 p.m. and ends by 11. Admission is free with RSVP to thrillist.com/RegalRemixMiami. Ages 21 and up.

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