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90s dance party to benefit Raleigh-Wake Partnership to End & Prevent Homelessness

Like to dance? Enjoy ‘90s nostalgia? Want to help Raleigh families struggling with homelessness? Then the Great Neon 90s Ball is the event for you. The dance party is being held from 8-11 p.m. Feb. 17 at downtown Raleigh’s Market Hall in Moore Square.
Like to dance? Enjoy ‘90s nostalgia? Want to help Raleigh families struggling with homelessness? Then the Great Neon 90s Ball is the event for you. The dance party is being held from 8-11 p.m. Feb. 17 at downtown Raleigh’s Market Hall in Moore Square. Courtesy of Zack Medford

Like to dance? Enjoy ‘90s nostalgia? Want to help Raleigh families struggling with homelessness?

Then the Great Neon 90s Ball is the event for you. The dance party is being held from 8-11 p.m. Feb. 17 at downtown Raleigh’s Market Hall in Moore Square.

Proceeds will benefit the Raleigh-Wake Partnership to End & Prevent Homelessness, an integrated effort by the City of Raleigh and Wake County governments to address homelessness.

Search your closet for neon colors, spandex or ‘90s prom dresses for the chance to win $250 prize for the best dressed dancer. Tickets include desserts, drinks and DJ Uniq’s music selections.

Tickets cost $40 for general admission or $75 for VIP with access to an open bar. To purchase tickets, go to https://neon90s.eventbrite.com.

Market Hall is at 215 Wolfe St., Raleigh.

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