Belly Up throws back to prom

The Belly Up Tavern took a trip back to a time when the punch was spiked and sequins ruled. That’s right – we’re talkin’ about prom, people.

On Valentine’s Day, Solana Beach’s favorite concert venue threw a 1970s and 1980s prom-themed concert party. The house was packed with “promgoers” and music-lovers.
Latin-funk band B-Side Players along with The Boogaloo Assassins, DJ Bobby Soul and DJ Billy Goods kept the party rockin’.

Guests captured the night by having their photos taken in a prom-style photo booth. And two lucky attendees were crowned Belly Up prom “king and queen.”

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  4. Prom dresses being sought
  5. Buick Invitational’s Golf Ball supports local children

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