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80's Party at Highland Country Club | Saturday, February 1


867-5309!  A phone number that defined a decade!

A phone number so iconic, that it has its own Wikipedia page!  And, 80s music star, Tommy Tutone, will be singing “867-5309 Jenny” LIVE at the7th annual 80s Throwback Party to benefit Brighton Center Recovery Center for Women on Saturday, February 1st, 7 p.m. to 1 a.m., at Highland Country Club.

Tickets go on sale Friday, January 10 at 10:00 a.m. at this link.

The party is presented by The Appliance Loft, Tracy Davis State Farm, and Advanced Testing Laboratory.




With last year's party selling out, this year's party promises to match that with even more fun and even bigger hair. There will be two levels of entertainment.  The bottom level will be transformed into the Ft. Thomas Canteen Glow Room and the top level will feature live music. The night will open with live music from The Leftovers, and then Q102's DJ Mark McFadden will spin his original sets from The Conservatory, Waterfront and The Glass Menagerie.

The $25 ticket includes FREE valet parking, free food, auction, 80s raffles and an optional open bar upgrade for $30 at the door. 80s dress-up is optional.

Katie Walters of Q102, producer and co-host of the event, alongside Fort Thomas Matters' Mark Collier, said, “This party plays a big part in helping the Center will their needs. The 80s Throwback Party is the only event that financially benefits the BRC.  I’m super proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish in the last six years."



Thanks to Q102, Mix 94.9, Fort Thomas Matters, and Road House Entertainment.
Purchase tickets at brightoncenter.com.








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