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Event Preview: Friday Night Lights at BED

Event Preview: Friday Night Lights at BED

by CoolJunkie
02.02.2010

Last weekend in Miami it was all about football, and if you thought you saw some big fans around, wait until this weekend for one of the biggest annual events in sports history, the Super Bowl. Miami was honored by hosting both the Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl this year, but it’s the nightlife biz that should really be thanking the NFL. This weekend the biggest clubs in South Beach and downtown will be hosting special Super Bowl events all in honor of the big game. What’s this mean? Well, there’ll be more hip-hop events, and hosts that include some of the best in the NFL, as well as other celebrities alike…they’re celebrities too you know? But for us it seems as though BED will be one venue worth taking into consideration when finding a nightlife destination, because this Friday night they’ll be hosting a highly anticipated event by two of most recognized names to come out of Miami-Dade football.

This Friday night Santana Moss and Sinorice Moss host Friday Night Lights, a special Super Bowl weekend event at BED. Expect this to be one of the most popular hip-hop affairs of the weekend, not to mention that ladies are in for free with RSVP until 11:30 p.m. They haven’t confirmed the DJs for the night just yet, but don’t be surprised if you see some great names.


Click here for more information on Friday Night Lights at BED.

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