What are you doing this weekend? Duh, partying like it's the end of summer, because, well, it is! It's also Labor Day weekend, and so hopefully you'll have nothing to do on Monday except recover from said partying. To that end, we've got the drop on a slew of events that are going down this Sunday. Get your party on. Swag!
Sunday, things get going early at The Warm-up, a fittingly named party going down at Mini Bar that's designed to act as the pre-party to the other major parties in the evening. Offering "stiff drinks, great music, and appetizers," this joint is free and gets started at 6pm.
Downtown at Jet Hotel, Dream Entertainment Group is hosting an upscale fashion show and cocktail party that will feature complimentary Grey Goose from 9-11pm. $10 for degnightlife.com members, $15 for non members.
Boonie Mayfield, meanwhile, is releasing his intergalactic beat tape Black Kool-aid at Hai Bar on Sunday as well. Hosted by Boon Doc and DJ Low Key, this shin-dig is perfect for cutting a rug on the dance floor and partying with your fellow music heads. This is a free party and it goes from 8:30-11pm.
If you're down to snazz it up at Beta Nightclub, you better be wearing all white because the 9th Annual White Party is going down as well on Sunday. Discounted tickets are available at groovetickets.com. Ray-J is hosting this party and word on the street is it's all white everything, or you'll be standing outside.
The reggae bredren BloodPreshah, Bushy Bush, and a slew of other music makers are hosting the End of Summer Unity Dance at Blue Ice Sunday night. This party is all roots and good vibes. $3 Red Stripe and other drink specials.
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