Booty shakin', party time, PWYC fundraiser - ($5, $10, $20)
Unfortunately, only the front part of the bar is accessible
cumbia ~ motown ~ chopped up pop & hip hop
moombahton/soul ~ dancehall ~ reggaeton
From 9-10 dj Satan Macnugget will be dropping by and spinning some 'latin tinged funk and soul' then dj b# doing some easy moombahsoul and cumbia...dj no-capitalista going to drop by around 11 and give us a nice blast of cumbia's, some reggae, and whatever else he's got on his mind ... then after midnight, b# back on with some good dance-y beats u're gonna like:)
vj aylo is gonna come around and do some fancy video visuals
All the door donations and 10% of the bar will go to
RADDE (in Chile) Red de Abogados para la Defensa de los Derechos Estudiantiles
the Lawyers Network for the Defence of Students' Rights
Who are the volunteer lawyers dealing with all the high school and post-secondary students. Who need them as a result of the protests. http://raddechile.blogspot.com/
You may have heard of the massive student demonstrations happening this past year in Chile demanding an end to the existence of profit in higher education
(if not check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_Chilean_protests)
so come on out .. dance .. and support
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