Monterey Club Hosts Radio-Active Records' Mikey Ramirez's 30th Birthday Party Next Tuesday

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Regular readers of our Moving Units column know that we regularly get down with Radio-Active Records' Mike "Mikey" Ramirez to rap about the best-sellers at the store. We're juiced to announce that the already well-documented revelry of Tuesdays at the Monterey Club has been co-opted to commemorate Ramirez crossing the threshold into his 30s. Note: we were so excited about the party that we posted that it is this Tuesday but it is Tuesday, June 29.

As always, our buddy Jasper "DJ Sensitive Side" Delaini will be on hand to move the crowd with his encyclopedic knowledge of hip-hop and funk. Kems, DJ Esoteric, and a live performance by the Furious Dudes will also spice up the night.

The shindig gets swinging at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, June 29, at Monterey Club, 2608 S. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale.

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