Two Years Of Tail Shaking

Two Years Of Tail Shaking


Shake A Tail is Toronto's best kitschy dance night, blending 60's pop, rock, soul, funk, reggae and ska with lots of people looking to have the night of their lives.

Since starting their fun throwback parties in 2005, DJ/hosts Aaron Knight, Jessie Foster along with brothers Mike and Terrance Balazo have carved a playful niche for themselves in the very crowded Toronto club scene.

Hitting a two-year anniversary with a club night in Toronto is an impressive achievement in itself, but these guys have managed to pack the house every time. I went to one of the first Shake A Tail nights when they started at The Boat, and the party continued at Stones Place up until this Fall.

All the cool cats and kitties came out to help celebrate Shake A Tail's two-year anniversary last Friday night at Sneaky Dee's. Did you miss out? No problem. They're at it again in about a month. See you there.

Shake A Tail
Friday, December 28
Sneaky Dee's
431 College Street
$5 at door

Photo by Kristan Klimczak.


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