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August 21, 1999
Planet Bhangra And Other Desi Dancing
You should be 18 to spit and 21 to swallow, warn the organizers of the 'Back 2 School' 99' bash on August 28 at Tampa's Frankie's Patio in the historic Ybor section of the city. Keep your ID ready; nobody below 21 has admission at the bar.
The music offered includes hip-hop, spinning, booty, salsa and bhangra beat. Led by DJ Jiten, other music masters include Meat and Shauny.
The doors open at 10 pm.
The club is located about five minutes drive from Tampa center, 45 minutes from Orlando, and three hours from Miami.
For more information regarding dress restriction and admission price, contact (813) 457-1937.
Led by DJ Nostroadamus, nearly half a dozen DJs are offering a Patiala-time on August 27 at the Planet Bhangra bash at Café America in Los Angeles.
The list includes DJs Notorious, Maad, Scorpio, ra Zor Rus, Hooter and Nutty.
Age restriction: 18 and plus to go "easy" and 21 and plus to go "dizzy." An ID is a must. And so is "club attire", the organizers say. Check with them about restrictions.
The club is located in downtown LA; (323) 255-1390.
For timing and admission rates contact Kunal, (714) 441-0146; Deep, (909) 549-7997 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
In Detroit, Dr Bhavani Patel is promising night long fun on August 28 at the 2nd Mid-Summer's Night Party which kicks off at 9 pm at the Khammeleon Club (lower level of Mitchel's), 1824 W 14th Mile Road.
Hip-hop, Hindi and Bhangra beat.
Admission, $ 5 cover charge. Age: 21 and plus, with ID.
Contact Dr Patel, (248) 723-9357; email@example.com
In San Jose, DJs Cecil and Real Deal are joining DJs Mirage and Gemini on September 24 at the "Hypnotize" bash organized by Outlaw Productions.
The event will kick off at 9 pm at Cactus Club, 417 S. First Street. Admission, $ 10 before 10.30 pm and $ 15 after. Age, 18 and plus, with ID.
"Dress to impress," urge the organizers. For details, contact(408) 234-6709.
Day and Night jam in Big Apple: Polaris III offers day and night long jamming at two locations in New York on September 17.
Doors open at 11.30 am at Club Casablanca, 40-15 Queens Blvd in Queens (reached by No 7 train).
Same evening at 10 pm doors open at Culture Club for night jamming, led by DJ Kuru whose music from The Journey Continues is expected to be the highlight. A number of top DJs from New York and Toronto add to the fun. Among them are DJs ViCiOus (Zafer and Naim from Toronto), Jiten, Ladla and RB.
Organizers say dress "casually" but no hats, sneakers and "no excuses".
Contact Polaris Fan Club, P.O. Box 640461, Oakland Gardens, NY 11364-0461; (718) 423-8948.
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