Roll-A-Rama hosting glow-in-the-dark skating party Friday
HUNTINGTON — The newly formed Campus Kings & Queens will put on a Black Out, glow-in-the-dark skating party for ages 18 and up at Roll-A-Rama, 137 7th Ave., Huntington on Friday, Jan. 25.
The party runs from 11:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. with music by DJ iLL Spin. Admission is $10 for ages 18 and up
There are some half-price advance tickets on sale at www.skatewv.eventbrite.com and skate rental is included in all admissions.
The event is being put on by veteran area promoter Eric Easley and his company e2ntertainment (e2online.biz) which has veered from their normal nightclub & concert engagements to bring some more safe and fun night-time events to the Tri-State.
As an alternative to alcohol fueled, nightclub fun and R-Rated evenings out on the town, the newly formed Campus Kings & Queens that aims to provide an alternative for young adults & college students that previously didn't exist.
The music will be provided by one of the Tri-States favorite DJ's (whom you'd normally catch spinning at a nightclub) Rashad Sanders aka DJ iLL-Spin and the party will be during the late night hours that seem to be prime party-time 11:30pm-2:30am.
“If all goes well we expect to have this event monthly with a different theme each time, as well we're planning on some bowling events, and some faith-based events too,” Easley said.
Anyone interested in sponsoring any of the events can contact us at 304-730-8670 or at firstname.lastname@example.org and we look forward to seeing everyone. Get there roll on Friday Jan. 25. In lieu of recent tragic events throughout the country, security will be there to ensure everyone’s safety.
Read more about the Black Out and other cool entertainment offerings in Thursday’s Weekend section, the 15-page pull-out that will publish on Jan. 24 inside The Herald-Dispatch.