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Club Candids: Obscura's 3rd Annual Twilight Party

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Last weekend's cold spell made finding an appropriate outfit for Saturday night shenanigans a bit of a challenge. It was way too cold to rely on go to cute dresses or button down tops, so it was time to dig cozy hoodies and sweaters out of storage.

In spite of the last minute scrambling for snazzy outfits, folks dancing at Obscura's Twilight party still managed to look dapper.

The previous Twilight movies were projected behind DJs Roya and Funkfinger, who had alternating sets. Cut outs of Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner covered in lipstick were propped in front of the DJ booth, so ladies could momentarily put their Team Edward/Team Jacob rivalries aside.

Obscura may have been giving away advanced screening passes to Breaking Dawn Part Two, but the most appealing raffle prizes were music related. Hot items included concert tickets to The Faint, David Bazan, and Tilly & The Wall, as well as new album releases from Azure Ray and of Montreal.

The resident DJs played their usual mix of '80s, Britpop, and new wave, as well as some newer indie favorites from artists like Grimes.

Check out the bundled up folks who went to Obscura's 3rd Annual Twilight Party at Rips Ales and Cocktails on Saturday, November 10 in this week's Club Candids slideshow.

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