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Flier of the Week: Tiki Lounge Party

Zog's Tiki Lounge Party 5 so you can make Labor Day weekend plans that are way better than looking like a lobster after floating down the Salt River.

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The Rhythm Room will be transformed into a tropical paradise just for this event, which features Thee Swank Bastards, The Surfside IV, Bata Ire, Shrimp Chaperone, and DJ Zippy.

Plus, there will be hula dancers, delicious drinks, live tiki carving, awesome noms from Hey Joe Filipino Food Truck, door prize giveaways and more! And Daniel Davis of Steam Crow, who designed this flier, will be on hand selling exclusive poster sized prints of this flier. You know you want one!


The fifth annual tiki lounge will be poppin' from 6 p.m. till close, so grab your hula skirts, coconut bikinis, Hawaiian shirts and straw hats and head on down to the Rhythm Room this Sunday.

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