Hey, Moody Blues, screw those "Nights in White Satin."
This is EDM. And we're talkin' Black Lights & White Lingerie.
Yeah, we know we've got your rapt attention, beat freaks. Because that shit sounds hot. Hopefully, though, it won't be totally freezing that night, because with this kind of party -- the less you wear, the better.
And it's not even just about the sexy girls under the black lights in white lingerie. 'Cause they're bringing some hot dudely DJs to the booth too.
This club bash is gonna be a big local gathering with headlining sets from some of Miami's finest, including progressive guy Andres Fresko and the ever-raging Renegades of Funk. They'll be joined on stage by the techy, dubby electro sounds of AO and a sexy warm-up from Dillon Harris.
With all that local talent, there's no reason your girl can't shake it in her skivvies. All the ladies that do will be getting into the party at half price. There's just nothing like hitting the club in some underwear. And there will be lasers everywhere, highlighters, black light pens. It's guaranteed to get a little crazy.
But besides being queen of the scene, what's your incentive to be the hottest chick on the dance floor? Well, you could win $100 in Victoria's Secret prizes, which could get you, like, two bras or something. Just kidding, a c-note will get you a few panties too.
Come for the fun, stay for the titties. Sounds good to us!
Black Lights & White Lingerie. With Andres Fresko, Renegades of Funk, AO, and Dillon Harris. Saturday, February 16. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The party starts at 10 p.m. and tickets cost $20 plus fees via ticketfly.com. Women in lingerie get half off the door price. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.
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