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Just Try to Exit Exit 66

Monday (noon): It’s labor day. You’re back at Exit 66. Back in the pool. Searching for your lost keys. It’s been a long journey since you’ve first arrived here 48 hours ago.

Saturday (noon): Doors open: yippee! It’s Detox Pool Party time! The young girl before you in line doesn’t get in: This event is for the age 21-and-up crowd. You remember those days, but now you head toward the bar. You’re confident you’ve made the right choice picking Exit 66 as your designation hot spot to celebrate a Labor Day weekend extravaganza. This event is rain or shine. And New York DJ Jonathan Peters is spinning today until 8 p.m. poolside. When it gets too hot, you plan to head inside: DBJ, Supernaut, and Mas Inc are droppin’ it. Later into the night, Peters will move indoors. His music will tear up the dance floor, with local Ani Phearce along for the ride. Go Ani!

Sunday (4 p.m.): You’re wearing swimming goggles and knee-high socks. You have no idea what happened yesterday. It was craaazy! You’re splashing around in the pool. Alegria in Wonderland, the 12-hour indoor and outdoor event, has just started. DJ Micky Friedmann is spinning tunes by the pool. You note to check out Tony Moran, who’s doing his thing inside in that big room.

Back to Monday (1 p.m.): It’s time for more shots! Your buddy is grabbing an extra pack of smokes outta his bag. There’s a jingling sound! Your keys! How do you celebrate? You’re going to close out the long weekend right here at Exit 66. Five local DJs are booked to play. Also on tap: a barbacue, bar games, and industry drink specials. Huzzah!

Find Exit 66 at 219 S. Ft. Lauderdale Beach Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-357-9981, or visit exitsixtysix.com.
Sat., Sept. 5, noon; Sun., Sept. 6, noon; Mon., Sept. 7, noon, 2009

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