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Monday, December 20, 2021

Felix Da Housecat to make Orlando debut at Barbarella in January

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After a year of pretty big bookings of the likes of DJ Three and Louie Vega, the Discothèque club night in downtown Orlando won't be doing any laurel-resting in 2022. Indeed, the recent announcement of a headlining set by Felix Da Housecat next month will kick the year off in essential fashion.

The house music legend will make his Orlando debut at the Barbarella-hosted club night on Friday, Jan. 14, with locals DJ Flashdrive and Nick Whitney opening.



The storied DJ/producer is in that rare position of being over with both pop fans — via remixes for Madonna and Britney Spears — and underground lurkers — via the minimal, gleaming Kittenz and thee Glitz collaboration with Miss Kittin.

Tickets are already available online for the night, starting at $15.



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