Saturday, June 23 – DNF
118 S. Orange Ave.
Not many phrases mean less than, “This is the party you don’t want to miss.” It’s used to promote everything from a kid’s birthday party to a huge concert with lights and lasers. But that all changes when DNF reunites. Dustin Hulton and Justin Faze, the D and the F of DNF, get together once a year for Faze’s birthday, and pandemonium ensues. You’d be hard pressed to see a crowd having as much fun as they do at a DNF show. Hulton and Faze are hometown heroes who have toured and released several records, while representing the City Beautiful. Hulton, is one half of AfrowWhitey, a relatively new dubstep act that recently landed a guest mix on BBC Radio 1, and Faze is a producer who tests out new records at Vixen and Vintage Lounge where he works as general manager. If you’re a fan of EDM in Orlando, or just stumble into Vixen occasionally, then you know DNF. Yes, this is the party you don’t want to miss, and you don’t even have to pay to get in. – Ed Chapkowski
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