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Nineties Throwback Party at Levels Tonight & it’s All That

Correction: Cover is $3 all night for everyone over 21. First 50 guests under 21 are $5 and after that it’s $10.

Who loves orange soda?

That’s right, that was a Keenan and Kel reference. And you may have guessed it: The 90’s are making a comeback in State College.

In what appears to be another Levels Nightclub curve-ball (which has us all saying “as if”), @PennStatePRSSA is hosting a 90’s themed-party tonight at Level Nightclub to give us generation Y-ers a Friday night that is full of energy like the batteries in our Game Boys never were. The event will begin at 10 p.m. and the first fifty people to arrive get in for free. After that, it’s $10 for the 18-20 crowd and $3 for those 21 and over.

PRSSA will be holding a costume contest at the event and winners will receive prizes. One can only dream of a second chance to own a Ferbie, tamagotchi, or a razor scooter. So dust off those over-sized jean jackets, dig up your old chokers, and tie up your hair into a “this seems too natural” high pony tail. Because the 90’s are back.

Here’s a 90’s classic to get you in the mood to wiggle and shake your rump at Levels tonight.

For more information, check out the event Facebook page.

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