Things To Do

Wear Thong, Get in Free at Fort Lauderdale Labor Day Party

2Klife 2KPoolParty will be making its last stop this year in Fort Lauderdale on Labor Day weekend. Although general admission is $25 and is nonrefundable, ladies can get in free on one condition: They must be in a thong bikini.

Unfortunately, guys are not invited to join in on this discount. Sorry, fellas.

But whether you’re baring your butt cheeks or not, the 2Klife 2KPoolParty is still worth going to. With more than a thousand people expected in attendance on a weekend when everyone is down to party, you’re bound to have a good time. Plus, there will be plenty of ladies vying to get in for free, showing off their derrières. The event site boasts people attending from "all over America," so there will be plenty of tushies from different area codes.

If you miss this, don’t feel too bad – you’re just going to have to wait a whole ’nother year until you party the 2K way again. Each year, it is held either in Fort Lauderdale or Miami.


So come on, ladies, wear that thong. You'll make Sisqo and your bank account proud. 

2KPOOLPARTY will be on Saturday, September 5, from noon until 10 p.m. in the Gardens at C&I Studios (541 NW First Ave., Fort Lauderdale).

Visit EventBrite.com to purchase tickets. Visit 2KPoolParty.com.
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