Around Town: Chad America’s 17th Annual Valentine’s Day Rock & Roll Dance Party @ Black Cat, 2/14/16

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Chad America, your host, appears on the left as a Simpsons cartoon on this cool flyer along with the other folks who make this party happen.

Looking for a place to be on Valentine’s Day? A place that is fun, laidback, and carefree?

Do you like rock ‘n’ roll? And rhythm-and-blues?

Then you have to come hang out with us at Chad America’s 17th Annual Valentine’s Day Rock & Roll Dance Party on Sunday, Feb. 14, at the Black Cat.

Your host Chad America, the legendary Black Cat bartender, takes over the Red Room of the Black Cat for a high-spirited but low-hassle dance party as he gets out from behind the bar and in behind the turntables. He is joined by DJs from popular events such as Shout Bamalama (Baby Alcatraz), Party Lights (Mad Squirrel), and Big Bad City (Soul Call Paul)!

“We strive for a party that’s equally fun for everyone. It’s a good time if you’re solo, with a group of friends, or with a date,” Chad told Parklife DC.

Watch James Brown perform “I Feel Good,” which certainly sets the tone for Chad America’s Valentine’s Day Rock & Roll Dance Party, in this seasonally appropriate clip from the 1965 movie “Ski Party”  — and get in the mood:

So come alone or bring a date for this event, which is always a guaranteed good time. As a bonus, federal employees are off work Monday, Feb. 15, for Washington’s Birthday, so you can keep the celebration going late or drop by after dinner.

You can RSVP for the event on Facebook if you like (but it’s not necessary).

Chad America’s 17th Annual Valentine’s Day Rock & Roll Dance Party
Black Cat (Red Room)
Sunday, Feb. 14
Show @7pm
Free
All ages

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