Though it doesn't get the props given of hallowed halls like the Garage or Studio 54, the Funhouse was one of NYC's seminal boîtes. For one thing, it's considered by many to be the birthplace of freestyle; for another, it's where a young spinner named Jellybean Benitez cut his teeth. (Other DJs came and went—some guy named Louie Vega used to play there—but the place will always be Benitez's.) The veteran spinner will be on the decks for a mammoth seven-hour session at this hoedown, playing an array of beloved classics.
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