Uncle Tony's Donut Shoppe brings eclectic DJ Bosq in for a funky summer party at Magnolia

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KYLE NORMANDIN
  • Kyle Normandin
The crew from Uncle Tony’s Donut Shoppe bring in Boston-born but internationally minded DJ and producer Bosq for a night of afro-latin disco funk. Bosq arrives fresh off a 10/10 rating from Mixmag for his latest summery groove, “Can’t Seem to Hide.” This is not a show to sleep on.

10 p.m. Thursday; Magnolia, 13 S. Magnolia Ave.; free-$5; eldonutshoppe.com

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