Grab a slap bracelet, your best Carlton Banks' sweater and the freshest pair of LA Gear light ups in the closet.
One of America's largest 1990s bar crawls is coming to Atlanta.
Here's everything you need to know about the event:
Tickets are on sale now for the 90's Bar Crawl, which takes place from 2- 10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, throughout the center of the Virginia Highland neighborhood. The dance party and bar crawl celebrates all the glorious facets of the 1990s − from the clothes to the television shows.
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Once the big day arrives, there's no need to wind up feeling like Jesse Spano in that one episode of "Saved by the Bell"; just make your way to registration, which runs from 2 until 6 p.m. at Dark Horse Tavern, 816 North Highland Ave. NE, and grab your "welcome" beer. All late comers will need to have registered by 6 p.m. or risk standing in Virginia-Highland in costume without any of the benefits.
The bar crawl perks
The most obvious benefit of a 1990s pub-crawl is the euphoric rush of member-berry-flavored nostalgia. Your selected 1990s garb - whether it's a track suit, overalls or Calvin Klein jeans - will also likely make some good laughs with your friends. On top of all those good vibes, there's a signature bar crawl cup free with your ticket and drink specials from participating bars such as Dark Horse Tavern, Neighbor's Pub, Hand in Hand, Taco Mac, J&J Bourbon, The Brewhouse Café, North Highland Pub, Diesel and Euclid Avenue Yacht Club.
About those drink specials
The going rate is $3 to $4 alcoholic beverages at most participating establishments. If you're not jiggy with spending too much dough during the bar crawl, stick to North Highland Pub, where they are selling $2.50 Miller Highlife cans to those who smell like teen spirit aka everyone who attends.
Tickets start at $20 and are on sale now at www.90sbarcrawl.com. Make sure to check back at the Facebook invite for each bar's specific specials, event information and updates.
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