Britney Spears Blackout Night - Club 90s - Friday, October 13, 2017


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On a very special Friday the 13th
Club 90s and Club Y2K proudly present:

Britney Spears Blackout 10 Year Anniversary Night
2 Floors of Dancing at Los Globos

$5 entry before 10:30PM with RSVP (Click GOING to RSVP)

In October of 2007, Britney Spears went through the toughest time in her life. The invasive photos of her public breakdown, as well as her nervous VMA performance, are uncomfortable and unforgettable pop cultural touchstones. But the album she created in the middle of all that is the most important album of her career.

Blackout is a darkly pulsating coalition of club and hip-hop electricity, upheld by Britney fans as proof that their favorite singer isn’t just a trendsetter and a cultural icon but a true artist. Songs like “Gimme More,” “Piece of Me,” and “Break the Ice” are sexy and forceful answers to the manipulative media and her untrustworthy inner circle at the time. They’re also incredibly fun to dance to- FADER

Downstairs: DJs Jason and Jeffery spin a massive dose of Britney Spears, including the enitre Blackout album throughout the night, mixed with Club 90s and Y2K pop anthems with an extra dose of darker pop songs.

Upstairs: DJ Ryan spins a mix of throwback hip hop and r+b. Everything from Notorious BIG to Ja Rule and Ashanti.

Blackout photobooth by And!
Blackout buttons for the first 200

Britney inspired looks highly suggested
3 Full Bars, Patio
18+

3040 Sunset Blvd

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