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Can Can Boogieland
October 28, 2017 @ 9:00pm - October 29, 2017 @ 2:00am$15
Party Science is back to bring you the Halloween dance party you’ve been waiting for! We’re teaming up with the brilliant minds at Can Can Wonderland and setting up a TWO STAGE dance party takeover: Can Can Boogieland!
2 STAGES – 6 DJs – LIVE ACTS – DANCING
Mini Golf, Slushies, Adult Malts, Pinball, Craft Cocktails, Pizza, Cotton Candy and More!
Grab your advance ticket for guaranteed entry, via Ticketfly. This is going to be pure FUN!
$15 – presale entry to Can Can Boogieland party – $20 at the door
$27 – entry to Can Can Boogieland and priority wristband that includes 1 round of mini-golf (18 holes) – first come first served
VIP package – $225 – Includes entry for 6 and VIP no-waiting mini- golf, plus a reserved booth for 6, a group cocktal, a box of Glam Doll donuts for the table, some party swag.
ONLY 4 BOOTHS AVAILABLE!!!
*Mini-golf rounds will be available for purchase on site for $12
Performers & DJs
DJ Bach (Drake Night)
Bach Pham is the ultimate scratch dj in town. Among his established charisma working turntables, he takes it all to the next level with his cassette dj sets.
Twin Cities’ own rap hellion, Manchita, just released her first sola EP, One. Since her first collaboration with Slapping Purses in 2011, Manchita has managed to stay off the grid as a sola artist, choosing instead to focus on group projects, Tha Clerb (Mike Mictlan, Lizzo, Spyder Baybie Raw Dog, and 2%Muck) and more recently, GRRRL PRTY (Lizzo, Sophia Eris, DJ Shannon Blowtorch). In a departure from the ferocious swagger evident in GRRRL PRTY’s most recent release GRRRL PRTY x BIONIK, she will be revealing a new project with Bionik that promises to reveal a moodier, more heavy-hearted body of content—centered on love, loss, and survival. Although her material spans the spectrum from braggy twerk-along ego anthems, to what she has dubbed “sad bangers,”—catchy, shadow-ridden turns of tongue accented by jazz-smoked hooks—expect to see a more tender, sensual, and softer side of Manchita in the forthcoming EP.
“I feel like a divided person most of the time. There’s the Chita in me—the confident, sarcastic, vulgar, ready to fight, warrior, survivor, twerk-enthusiast—and then there’s the other side of me—the softy, the abandoned lover, the codependent caretaker, the spiritually hibernating, perpetually grieving person. This sola project is about embracing all of me, the good, the bad, the silly, the foul. The tomboy and the princess. The rapper and the singer. It’s a full dose.”
Multi-instrumentalist and hybrid DJ, producer and performer BadNraD has become a fixture of the Minneapolis electronic music scene with his unique synth-heavy sound. Majestic vocals and epic harmonies float atop intoxicating melodies and body-moving bass lines. His work running the gamut from bright, funky and energetic to dark, deep and intense, there’s always a surprise in store for the listener.
He’s a regular on MPR’s “The Current” radio and KFAI, and his eclectic style has him opening for such musical luminaries as EOTO, Woody McBride and Darksiderz. BadNraD has rocked the dance floor in the famed First Avenue main room on several unforgettable occasions and was also featured in their Best New Bands showcase. Summer Fest, Bella Music Festival, and Bassgasm are just some of the massive Midwest events to experience BNR at his best… In front of huge crowds and behind huge sound systems.
His latest release “Deep End” (courtesy of Last Triumph Records) is a seven-track feast for the ears with a sensual, funky and pulse-pounding array of neo-retro pop/dance fusion reminiscent of the best music of the late 80’s and early 90’s, topped off with a contemporary twist. Emotional, vivid and rhythmically intense, “Deep End” is the ultimate aural tonic for those who like their music sexy, hip and innovative.
Keith Millions (Nightchurch)
Super Power: Devilish Charm. Weapon of choice: Artistic Vision. Weakness: Women. Source of power: Reeses PB Cups. Origins: Unknown
curator of Based vibes DJ 1/3 of Bottle Kids. Minneapolis.
DJ King Otto
Rhymesayers Radio DJ, True Believers Crew, Universal Zulu Nation, all around misunderstood individual.
DJ Danielle Morris
Bringing the ladyheat from the turntables to your eardrums.