Old-school, vintage and classic parties come and go, but Daylight has become an institution for a number of reasons. The soul food buffet is like something you'd get in an auntie's kitchen. The community of regular dancers creates a welcoming family atmosphere of people who really know their music but also put a premium on cutting loose. And resident DJs Divine and Bill Source have decades of experience guiding their selections behind the decks, mixing in Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan and Shalamar. Some folks believe that once they get "real" (aka boring) lives, they aren't allowed to party to good music anymore. Daylight's run has been fueled by folks who believe that regularly getting your dance on to music you love is the key to a good life.
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