Weekend's best party bets: HEADNOD at Meadowlark, '90s house party and more

This weekend's best party bets come to you in the form of reggae and head noddin' beats courtesy of Peter Black, Mu$a and Nofrendo, who will be rocking the Meadowlark tonight, getting their groove on like they do. Govahment Promotions, meanwhile, will be keeping the reggae crowd moving this evening Africana Café, and tomorrow is looking pretty rhythmic as well with the '90s house party at Tooey's. Page down to get the drop on the weekend's best party bets.

At the Meadowlark tonight, Peter Black will be leading all those looking for a party through "unmapped dimensions in beat music." Nofrendo will be lending a beatmaking hand for this one, as will DJ Mu$a. They're calling this one, simply, HEADNOD. $5 entry, 21+up. Come on everybody, let's all get down.

If you're into the dance hall thing, check for Govahment Promotions at Africana Café, where the reggae vibes are always supreme and you can count on the place to be teeming with regulars. Perfect for rocking to the hottest island rhythms. 21+up.

Tomorrow night, the one and only place to be, if you're wanting to hear diverse hip-hop with a '90s old school house party vibe, is Tooey's. DJs Es Nine and Cysko Rokwel will be giving you exactly what you need. No cover, and it's absolutely going down.

If the warm weather got your feeling irie, head over to Blue Ice for Icy Saturdays, the reggae party designed for winding and grinding. Tons of drink specials, free for ladies, and sounds by DJ Stero Lion and company.

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