Come out and dance all night to celebrate the launch of our winter 2010 issue! You can check out our newest issue on ISSUU.
We put our blood, sweat, and tears into this issue and now it's time to celebrate. Head down to College Street Bar in the lovely Little Italy for some good tunes and wicked prizes. ($5 at the door!)
Headlining DJ (playing from 10-12)
Lucie began her DJ career ten years ago with breaks, house and electro as her weapons of choice. Over time she refined her sound by incorporating a wide variety of genres to her set, including techno, minimal, ghetto, booty, classic house, disco and punk as well as entering the world of production. Also a professional dancer, Lucie is the founder of SWAGUAR dance crew (currently performing alongside Thunderheist) and has been active in the Toronto and Vancouver dance community for over a decade - a source of energy that also shines when behind the decks. She has played numerous out-of-town events including Seattle, Whistler and Montreal as well as a 3-month excursion DJing and dancing in Macau, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
AND supporting DJ:
tha 1 who Trevs / Barn Burnaz crew
Be sure to RSVP on Facebook
We look forward to seeing you there!
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