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'Artistic Stimulus Package' Tonight at J Lounge
BLVD headlines tonight's "Artistic Stimulus Package" at the J Lounge
Tonight, downtown's upscale patio bar J Lounge plays host to the "Artistic Stimulus Package," an event that is bringing together music, artists, socially conscience brands and from the looks of the people who have RSVP'd on the event's Facebook page - some really good looking people.
Aside from the eye candy, event goers can also enjoy the electro hip-hop sounds of BLVD. (pictured above) while checking out the latest from brands like Ford Brady, A.D. 2013 and Ludwig Clothing.
Other music acts on the bill for the final installment of the three night-three city event, which began in San Francisco on Thursday and rolled through San Diego last night, include: Vokab Company, AdamandEvil and KCRW's Jeremy Sole.
If don't feel like driving, don't want to pay for parking or if you just want to get a head start on chatting up one of those attractive party-goers on the way downtown, ride share is available through Ride Amigos.
Tickets to the event, which is sponsored by The Confluence Group and Flaunt Magazine, can be purchased at the door for $15.
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