New York's freshest soul and funk blowout kick starts your End of Summer with Labor Day Soul Night Event in the capital. Music you love, Southern fried chicken, and one hour open bar at the swanky Huxley followed by cash bar all night. You don't want to miss out on this event. Turn it loose, as our DJ has you shouting and twisting to old and new r&b mixes, hiphop, reggae, zouk and makossa till the early hours. Payless for more DC Saturday August 30th 2014.
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