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JAMS Brings DJs, Live Hip-hop, and American Pride to Laser Wolf for Jamburger Hill This Memorial Day

Clear your holiday weekend calendars, folks. The epic DJ collective known as JAMS is bringing record heat to local watering hole Laser Wolf for a Sunday afternoon Memorial Day bash. The party goes by the brilliant name: Jamburger Hill. 

DJs Esoteric, Kristof, Damask, and Mikey R. of Radio-Active Records will be pumping out surf rock, house, hip-hop, and funk all day long as the patio area at Laser Wolf transforms into a beach day barbecue -- kiddie pools and beach balls included. JAMS will serve up Americana food favorites like hot dogs and hamburgers -- but of course -- provided by area food trucks. 

The Laser Wolf-pack will also be offering their usual array of select craft beers, as well as mimosas and sake bloody marys for the classier daytime crowd. Black Locust Society's Gaps will be performing live hip-hop for the partygoers. So, pack up your sunscreen, grab your shades, and join in the fun as the JAMS fam reps American pride as only they can -- in Jamburger style.

The pre-Memorial Day bash takes place May 27, from noon to 8 p.m, at Laser Wolf, 901 Progresso Drive, Fort Lauderdale. The event is free, 21 and over, and as always, "No jerks." Visit JAMS' event page

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