Radioboxer's (Almost) NYE Party at Buck15

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How's everybody enjoying this nice December weather? Really lets you feel like it's the holiday season, doesn't it? There are other things like that too. Like going to the mall and parking three miles from the stores, whereupon you can fight your way through the mobs looking for last minute gifts (no joke, I parked outside Sawgrass's parking lot yesterday!). And of course, there a whole lot of holiday parties.

Hooking you up with just such a shindig next Sunday, Radioboxer and Buck15. That's right, your Reader's Choice for Best Band in this year's Best of Miami is having a show for what they're calling Radioboxer's (almost) New Year's Eve Party in the home of the BuckBomb. Sure, it's four days early for an NYE party, but why wait? Tis the season to drink and be merry.

Radioboxer plays Buck15 (707 Lincoln Lane, above Miss Yip) on Sunday, December 27 at 10 p.m. No cover.

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