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Fri 2/7 - Push The Night w/ Brad Miller, Tim Robert, Terron Darby @ Cielo NYC

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[SIZE=4]Friday February 7th[/SIZE]
[SIZE=4][B]Push The Night w/ Brad Miller[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=4]Tim Robert, Terron Darby
Cielo NYC[/SIZE]


Push The Night explores the deeper and stronger sides of electronic music through its signature style of rhythm, energy, and melody. Bringing out the best of the underground, the party provides a distinctly open atmosphere for those who seek more from their nightlife. Tonight featuring a headlining set by Brad Miller, along with Terron Darby of Playdate opening and a closing by Tim Robert of Arclight.

$5 before midnight & $10 after with RSVP to info(at)djbradmiller.com

[URL=https://www.facebook.com/events/581861115239719]Facebook Event[/URL] / [URL=http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?554945]Resident Advisor[/URL]

18 Little W 12th St NYC
Doors at 10pm, 21+


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Coming up this Friday! Check out pics from the last party below and hope to see you there :)






More pics on [URL=https://www.facebook.com/PushTheNightNYC/photos_albums]Facebook[/URL]

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