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EVERY LAST celebrity was in Yellow Springs for Dave Chappelle's Juke Joint 

We've all learned a valuable lesson. 

The next time Dave Chappelle says he is having a Juke Joint in Yellow Springs, you had better jump on it.

The comedian threw bashes Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 8 and 9, at Yellow Springs' Whitehall Farms that brought out a who's who of nationally known celebrities.

Local residents danced their feet off Saturday with a list of celebrities that included rappers D-NiceTalib Kweli and Q-Tip, CBS News' Gayle King, actor Bradley Cooper (I am told he is hot in person, too), model/actress Naomi Campbell, comedian Donnell Rawlings and magician David Blaine

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It has been described as the BEST PARTY EVER  by everyone we know lucky enough to get the 200 or so tickets up for grabs each night. They sold out fast.

Let me ask you a question.... Can I Kick it!! #atribecalledquest #davechappelle

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Chappelle lives on a farm outside of Yellow Springs.

It was a busy weekend in the village.

Chappelle's juke joint coincided with Street Fair. 


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Party-goers lucky enough to get tickets could not bring cameras. Lucky  D-Nice  did.

His pictures are incredible. 

 

A friend who went last night says she danced so hard that her calves are still hurting today. 

She says it was well worth it.

John Legend showed up after campaigning for Hillary Clinton and opening a theater in Springfield, his hometown. 

 

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