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Boogie Nights II

November 22, 2005

Albany- Clear Channel's "Boogie Nights Ball" is returning for a second installment of fun and funky music this Saturday, November 26th, at the Hilton Garden Inn. The party starts at 8pm and ends at 1am.  Tickets are on sale at the Hilton Garden Inn and can be purchased at the door for $15 or $25 per couple.

     Kurt Baker of B100 says it's a blast and that "Last time, we partied and danced and had a good time. This time, it will only be better and bigger and people will still hear the best in 60's, 70's, and 80's music."

   Robyn Rojek of the Hilton Garden Inn says, "In August, we had 600 people. This time we expect even more and we are offering a discounted hotel rate of $69 for those persons who want to stay at the hotel that night.

  Liz Gray of Clear Channel Radio says, "There will be a lot more people because a lot of people will be in town visiting for the holiday."  For more information you can call Liz Gray at 229-439-9704.

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