Wednesday, November 25, 2020

DJ X, K5 and more bring Orlando's 1990s dance music glory back to Ace Cafe on Saturday

Posted By on Wed, Nov 25, 2020 at 10:17 AM

click to enlarge Ace Cafe - PHOTO BY JEN CRAY
  • Photo by Jen Cray
  • Ace Cafe
Thanks to the Ace Cafe, the hallowed spirit of legendary dance club the Edge lives on at its original location.

Rewind, the latest dance music event there happening Saturday, Nov. 28, once again kicks it classic with a bill of DJs topped notably by big names from Orlando’s golden era of house music like breaks kings DJ X and K5. The show begins early at 5 p.m.
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  • Photo courtesy
  • DJ KJ of K5
The reassuring part is that it’s an entirely outdoor event, taking full advantage of Backyard at the Ace, the exterior festival grounds that the venue luckily had in the works pre-Covid. This new concert field recently hosted none other than British DJ Paul Oakenfold.

Mask up for this one and you’ll be both OG and now AF. Just add Vicks.

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