6th Annual 80s Throwback Party

Party is officially SOLD OUT!!!!


BREAKING!!!! Special guest appearance from Sly Fox!! They will be singing their 1986 platinum hit song, “Let’s Go All The Way!”  Sly Fox takes the stage at 9pm and meet & greet will immediately follow.


Join Q102 at the 6th Annual 80s Throwback Party to benefit the Brighton Recovery Center for Women! This awesome party is produced by Q102’s Katie Walters and co-presented by Fort Thomas Matters.

The party is Saturday, February 2nd, 2019, at Highland Country Club in Fort Thomas from 8pm-1am.

There are 2 levels of entertainment:  bottom level Glow Room and the top level will feature live music. The night will open with live music from The Leftovers, and then headliner Q102’s DJ Mark McFadden!

DJ Mark McFadden will spin his original sets from The Conservatory, Waterfront and The Glass Menagerie!!

A $25 ticket includes a drink ticket, food, FREE valet parking, auction, 80s raffles and an optional open bar upgrade for $30 at the door.  There is also an online auction of “Experiences” to bid on before, during, and after the party. 80s dress-up is optional. And, capture your night at the “Pic Me Mirror Booth.”

Click here to purchase your ticket!!

Amazon Wish List for Brighton Recovery Center for Women.  If you can’t make the party, you can still help the women with their basic needs:

This is the first BIG party of 2019 and it’s babysitter worthy!!!!

Thanks To Our Sponsors:
PMG Marketing
Heidelberg Distributing Co
Ultimate Air Shuttle
Advanced Testing Laboratory
Bryan and Kimberly Carlisle
Hamilton Digital
Auto Temp Inc.
Inland Marine Services
National Band & Tag Co.
Hofbrauhaus Newport
Hosea Project Movers
Judge Cameron Blau
Adam Blau
Artistry Landscaping
The Appliance Loft
BM2 Freight Services, Inc.
Tracy Davis State Farm Insurance
Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Homes
Dobbling Funeral Homes
Otto Printing and Entertainment Graphics
U.S. Bank
Fort Thomas Florists & Greenhouses
Terry Barrett Entrust Mortgage
Pangallo’s on 27 Auto Service
Pic Me Mirror Booth