Thursday, February 11, 2016

The final hurrah for a Tigerbeats DJ, tonight

In 2009, a party began at The Barbary that was unlike any other. Tigerbeats, the original indie-dance party, has become a Monday night Philly staple for the last four years.

The final hurrah for a Tigerbeats DJ, tonight

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In 2009, a party began at The Barbary that was unlike any other. Tigerbeats, the original indie-dance party, has become a Monday night Philly staple for the last four years. Every single Monday, attendees have been treated to cold cans of PBR and the most rockin' dance tunes out there.

If you can remember back so far, Luis Angel Cancel was part of the founding TB members, and in my mind one of the best. He has the wizard ability to pull off playing Justin Timberlake's "Sexy Back" that smoothly transitions into an indie-dance classic. He's also the man behind 2011's much buzzed about James Blake/Drake Mash-Up mixtape. Luis has made his share of guest appearances since leaving the line up, but tonight he says his final goodbye before he moves to the Sunshine State.

If you have never been to a Tigerbeats before, you're in for a treat! In addition to the dance vibes, there will be live music from The Tennis Team and Nightmare Air. An open bar starts promptly at 9 pm and drink specials will be flowing late into the evening.

It's going to be a crazy celebration that you don't want to miss!


Monday, May 13
The Barbary
951 Frankford Ave.
9 pm - 2 am
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