Beermoney UNLTD and the Grand Collab are throwing a virtual Social Distancing bash this weekend

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Beermoney UNLTD - PHOTO COURTESY GRAND COLLAB/INSTAGRAM
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Despite not being able to throw shows and parties, the Grand Collab and Beermoney UNLTD are hustling hard. Masterminding the stacked Stay Up Homiez virtual fest, member Shinobi Stalin releasing a new album, and now this weekend's Twitch show, Social Distancing Event, with some innovative partnerships.

The event features sets from Beermoney UNLTD, J Biz & Juni Ali, Redd Sympkins, and Mehsi. Hosting duties will be assumed by the folks behind the Locally Fresh Podcast, and there's even a virtual venue  the Nook on Robinson. Not bad for a Saturday night on the couch.

The Beermoney UNLTD Social Distance Event is on Saturday, May 16, at 7 p.m. Tune in to the Grand Collab's Twitch channel.


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