The 400 Club presents DJ Jazzy Jeff
Lorenzo "Ice Tea" Thomas hosts The 400 Club presents DJ Jazzy Jeff alongside DJ Affect, Mummy, and LS One on Friday, March 26th at PLAY nightclub.
Just because it’s Winter Music Conference doesn’t mean that the exclusive 400 Club isn’t getting in on the action. They’re having some fun too, this week they’re bringing the fab DJ Jazzy Jeff to PLAY nightclub on Friday, March 26th. Jazz started his mixing career back in the 80’s with Will Smith, the Grammy award winning duo was known as DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince. Their hits “Parents Just Don’t Understand”, “Girls Ain’t Nothin But Trouble”, “Summertime” and many more. This is one DJ who knows how to get the party started and keep it going all night long.
Lorenzo “Ice Tea” Thomas from 99 Jamz will host the event that will feature music from local Miami favorites LS One, Affect, and Mummy. Hip-hop is in the building, no need to stay away from the beach if you’re not a fan of electronic music, just head to PLAY and have some fun with DJ Jazzy Jeff.
- Doors open at 11pm.
- For table reservations call or text 786-374-7475
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