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Sept. 6th – Brown Sugar Wednesday Midweek Party Experience

Get ready to spice up your midweek with the ultimate party experience at Brown Sugar

September 6 · 10pm – September 7 · 2am

The Continental Club | 116 4th Street Los Angeles, CA 90013

Searching for the ultimate midweek vibe? Look no further than Brown Sugar! Our weekly Wednesday night party is where it’s happening, bringing you incredible music, positive vibes, and a warm, inclusive community that celebrates diverse cultures.

Join our resident DJ Damage alongside a lineup of the nation’s hottest DJs as they spin the very best of Nostalgic Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae & Afrobeat tunes that’ll keep you grooving all night long. But that’s just the beginning – we’re all about creating an environment where everyone feels at home. Brown Sugar believes in uniting people through the power of music and dance, because that’s what defines our vibrant culture.

No exclusivity here, no velvet ropes. Just snag your ticket and come on over to create unforgettable memories. Whether you’re looking to unwind or unleash your moves on the dance floor, our amazing community has got your back.

Ready to connect with like-minded individuals who share a passion for phenomenal music and positive vibes? Brown Sugar is the ultimate destination. We can’t wait to welcome you to our next epic event!

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Take a sneak peek at the recap video below to catch a glimpse of the electrifying atmosphere you can expect:

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