The Underground Garden: Utopian Home


 

Boston’s most devoted Promoter/DJ brings us back to back celebrations this weekend ~ We Are Free.

DJ Bruno, the Milky Way in Jamaica Plain and Machine Nightclub each host a DJ Bruno Production this weekend. You’re about to get tore up Househeads!!!

Saturday, January 13th Utopia Boston celebrates 25 years of QUALITY. The party post the Boston Loft era, DJ Bruno debuted Utopia in 1993 in a successful effort to bring local DJs to the tables for our very own to support our very own. “If we can dance together, we can live together.” 25 years later, together we still dance.

Utopia has hosted a roster of local and international talents. Its 25th Anniversary Bash features guest DJ (and making his Utopia debut!!) Leo Alarcon along with a live performance by Ife Franklin of their charting heat off Tambor Music, The Ife Afro EP, a fashion show by The Mind Blowing House of Nahdra and live painting by Cynthia B. Seller Arts…Consider yourselves Done!! It’s an alignment of illuminating love. Come shine your light on 25 years of fire!

Sunday, January 14th, the Men of H.O.M.E. celebrate 5 years of musical expressions on its dancefloor, Machine Nightclub. Featuring Resident DJs Househead Pete, Leo Alarcon and DJ Bruno, this show of love is a force. Congratulations on 5 years of making us dance! Time flies when you’re making people happy. Solid!

It’s more than Music. It’s more than the Music. It’s what YOU make it as guided by It. This weekend, join the celebrations and be present in the moment years have led up to. Thank you DJ Bruno, Leo Alarcon, Ife Franklin, The House of Nahdra, Original Boston Diva Samm and the only one Househead Pete for You!

#THETIME #TODANCE #HASARRIVED

#CHEERSTO #MOREDECADES

 

Liza Zayas is a lover of writing and dancing and celebrates both as a singer and songwriter performing as Luna del Flor. You can hear her collaborative sounds and experience life through her storytelling. She invites you to dance. Her poetry seeks to initiate dialogue by intentionally expressing consequences of love, lust, ego and self-respect.

 

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