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The Weekly COLORING BOOK PARTY, Color Me Badd, is Back w/ a New Location!

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Color Me Badd is Back with a new location, and extra amazingness!

In the profound words of a wise man, “Yeahhhh boyyyy!!!”

Starting Wednesday February 12th I’m teaming up with Monarch, Matt Haze, and Dj Alarm to bring you Color Me Badd: A Weekly 90′s R&B Jam AMAZING HOUR! Yes, I know! I’m SO excited for this too.

There’s gonna be:

Free coloring books, Akvinta Vodka specials, Dancing, Karl Kani, Hypercolor, Kross Kolours clothing. AND there will be coloring contests!

RSVP on Facebook!

Come bring your friends and get your color on.

I can’t wait to hear some Boyz II Men…

Drink Specials: $5 Akvinta Vodka Drinks Specials, $4 beer, $5 wells until 8:30PM.

Oh yeah, and we have this coloring book too!


Color Me Badd: A Weekly 90′s R&B Slow Jam Happy Hour
Every Wednesday
101 6th St. @ Mission St.

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