Call­ing all 80s’ teens

The Riverine Herald - - WHAT’S ON -

FOR those who grew up in the twin towns dur­ing the 1980s, this week­end is your chance to catch up with all your old mates at the Echuca 80s’ Teen Re­union.

Or­gan­iser Suzy Far­ley has been tire­lessly work­ing on this year’s event and ex­pects it to be big­ger and bet­ter.

With the help of fel­low 80s’ teen Dean Oberin, Suzy has or­gan­ised a fan­tas­tic event, on the top deck of The Amer­i­can Ho­tel.

Start­ing at 7pm on Satur­day night and go­ing to the early hours of Sun­day morn­ing, re­union-go­ers can en­joy a night of laugh­ter, rem­i­nisc­ing and catch­ing up with old friends.

There will be free en­try for all Echuca 80s’ teens with the leg­endary Mick Har­ris per­form­ing. Happy hour will in­clude clas­sic 80s’ drinks at 80s’ prices with $2 beer, wine and sparkling and $5 slushies.

Al­ley Cat and Glen McBride will hit the decks, DJing only 70s and 80s’ hits all night long.

So Echuca teenagers of the 1980s, head on down to The Amer­i­can Ho­tel on Satur­day night, fill in a name tag, grab your me­mento wrist­band, take full ad­van­tage of the Happy Hour and laugh, chat and sing with all your past and present friends.

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