Attention Deficit Disco (A.D.D) will celebrate the festive season with a party at Slide on Friday, February 26. Tagged m.A.D.D.i Gras Disco Ball, the event will feature DJs Paul Hatz, Doug James and Sumobrown with a live performance by Kristen Pearson.
“Our philosophy is to feel good,” A.D.D co-creator Tomas Finnerty said.
“We do this by creating a space to let loose, be entertained, dance your ass off to the funky A.D.D sound and have a load of fun with the sexy attitude-free crowd.”
m.A.D.D.i Gras Disco Ball will be A.D.D’s 15th party.
“We’re transforming Slide into the old ghetto days of dirty disco when Mardi Gras was in its infancy, and redefining that period with some the best A.D.D talent we’ve had to date,” A.D.D co-creator Gareth Davies said. “Given the time of year, we’re going back to the basics of what A.D.D is all about — killer disco beats, a kick-ass crowd that’s friendly and sexy as.”

info: Doors open at 9pm. Pre-sale tickets are $15 + BF. Bookings on www.moshtix.com.au Limited tickets at door. For more details, visit www.attentiondeficitdisco.com.au

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