Talk Yo Shit! returns for a NYE bash suitable for Orlando's dance freaks

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Oh, you've got options for New Year's Eve, sure. But if you are the kind of person who's drawn to Talk Yo Shit!'s jk-elitist dance night vibe, you know you've got options every silly day. What Talk Yo Shit! serves to do with recurring parties downtown (typically at the Patio) is create a chill space for freaks to feel at ease. For this special New Year's Eve iteration, the minglers meander over to the Social for a bigger blowout locale that meets DJ Fiona Trapple's high standards to properly host his particular breed of party people. If this all sounds insidery, show up to gawk. If you know what's up, this will be some of the purest fun this night to wring out the faded sweat rag that was 2015 and ring in the bright potential of 2016. Bonus: There are prizes, drink specials and additional vibes provided by B8TA and Andre, bumping trap, bass, soul, funk and future.

with Fiona Trapple, Andre, B8TA | 10 p.m. | The Social, 54 N. Orange Ave. | 407-246-1419 | thesocial.org | free


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