5/19 Tainan - Lyova's Anniversary Disco Balls

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5/19 Tainan - Lyova's Anniversary Disco Balls

Postby eliza.corso » 15 May 2012, 10:56

SATURDAY May 19th at Tin Pan Alley
Tainan City, BeiMen Rd. Sec. 2 No. 28 (Near the train station, Across from ZhongShan Park)
台南市北門路二段28號

In honor of Lyova's BIRTHDAY and our ONE YEAR WEDDING ANNIVERSARY, I hope everyone can come and celebrate with us in serious disco style!

We're pulling out all the stops this time:
★ a whole array of rare dance grooves from the classic Disco and Funk era
★ vintage video projections of super-cool footage from 1940's burlesque to Soul Train to get everyone in the mood
★ to thank you for helping us celebrate, the DJ is PERSONALLY buying everyone a glass of Champagne (while it lasts, so come early!)

So come and make the magic, feel the groove, and dance the night away under Lyova's shining DISCO BALLS !!!

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