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Vibe Nite: Big Vibes Ball

It's the first Big Vibes Ball! Class it up this holiday season and celebrate in semi formal wear. Enjoy live performances by Dj Digital Dawn, a BigVibes specialty cocktail, "Que Rico Coquito" by fave bartender Janine (@jdusher), food by Kuriya and super cool art raffle. Come out & support, have fun and more importantly socialize with like minded individuals on current world matters, learn how to get involved in the community and have a good time in a safe space. Donations welcome. See you soon San Antonio. Follow @Bigvibesarthouse for more info.

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  • The Cherrity Bar

    302 Montana St, San Antonio East Side

    (210) 559-0421

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