Tonight: Guilty Pleasures with DJ Tonyo at Lost Lake Lounge

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A "guilty pleasure" can mean a lot of things: to a music listener, it is usually in reference to an artist you wouldn't be caught dead listening to in public. But tonight, DJ Tonyo and crew bring their version of the guilty pleasure to Lost Lake Lounge, and we must say, he shouldn't be embarrassed of his setlist.

Promising a mix of tracks by Hall & Oates, Elton John and Thin Lizzy among others, the evening should be pure, unadulterated throwback bliss. Known to tear-up the floor at Dancetron with heart-pounding bassy mash-ups, this Sara T.-approved DJ is taking the dance floor down a few seductive notches for those who love Journey and Engelbert Humperdinck just the same.

This slow dance party is 21 and up. Things start around 10 p.m. and there is no cover.

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