Quarantine concert: Dance to retro '80s music tonight

Stranger, (left to right) Matt Smith, Bruce Crobolotti, Jeff Stevens, Brian Elias and Rob Hoeting, celebrates its 20th year playing ’80s cover songs, at Austin Landing in Springboro on Friday, June 3. CONTRIBUTED
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Stranger, (left to right) Matt Smith, Bruce Crobolotti, Jeff Stevens, Brian Elias and Rob Hoeting, celebrates its 20th year playing ’80s cover songs, at Austin Landing in Springboro on Friday, June 3. CONTRIBUTED

Radio station Mix 107.7's popular Time Warp Prom may have been rescheduled from April 25 to Aug. 29, but the event still wants to provide some retro '80s dance music for those staying at home tonight.

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In that vein, the station has announced a quarantine concert featuring the retro band Stranger — which was supposed to headline the event  — tonight, April 25, from 7-8 p.m.


The Facebook party invite reads: "Let's all get together, social distancing style of course and enjoy a little Time Warp Prom music from Stranger! Thanks to Stranger (www.stranger80s.com) and SteadiReadi for making this happen!"

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It may not be the hundreds of party goers that you’re used to seeing at the Nutter Center for the event that has been going on for more than a decade, but the retro, groovy beats from the band will offer a taste of what's to come when the rescheduled event happens later this year.

And if you've never been, it's a free live concert to enjoy. Visit here or the radio station's website  for more information.

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