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Friday, December 4, 2015

Rapper Turbo B, known for 'Power' and 'Rhythm is a Dancer,' will host Orlando Weekly's '90s party

Posted By on Fri, Dec 4, 2015 at 4:43 PM

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Orlando Weekly's 25th anniversary party is right around the corner and to celebrate this huge milestone we're taking it back to the year it all began, 1990.

To help ensure our '90s-themed party is tighter than an acid-washed French roll, we've enlisted rapper Turbo B from the Eurodance supergroup Snap! Known for his fire verses on tracks like 'Rhythm is a Dancer' and 'Power,' Turbo B will be making sure this '90s party hits harder than a slap bracelet. 



The evening will also include bangers music from DJ Dizzlephunk and Mr. 3, as well as '90s covers from local bands Run Raquel, Beemo and Defector. A limited run of tickets are still available for $25, which include open bar, food samples from some of our favorite local vendors and prizes for best-dressed.

So dust off those Girbauds and join us for our biggest party of the year next Friday, Dec. 11 at the Cheyenne Saloon from 7-11 p.m. 


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