Work up a night sweat with the PJs ‘n DJs post-holiday pajama dance party

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December’s chilly air means any time spent outside has us longing for the second we can get home, take off our pants (roommates be damned), cozy up on the couch for a Netflix binge, and wrap ourselves snugly in a blanket like a burrito. But socialization is a good thing and, thankfully, the PJs ’n DJs party is here to help.

On Saturday, December 26, roll up to Union Hall in your most sartorial sleepwear outfit and shake off the post-Christmas/Chanukah/Festivus blahs with other jammie-clad partiers. This isn’t a sleepover, people! Live DJs will be keeping you wide awake with electropop and indie music from 2000-2015. It’s free, and all you have to do is leave your apartment. The dress code, however, remains pretty much the same.

The PJs ’n DJs holiday party accepts any and all interpretations of sleepwear: flannel pajama sets, fleece onesies, silk robes, and oversized t-shirts. Just don’t show up in your birthday suit, even if that’s how you usually catch your Zzz’s. Once you dress the part, DJs Brian Blackout and Doctor Mister will do the rest.

It’s a no-brainer of an all-nighter. With the new year almost here, you can get an early start on your resolution to have more fun and give this year one last jammin’ hurrah!

PJ’s and DJ’s goes down at 10pm on Saturday, December 26 at Union Hall (702 Union Street).

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