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BENT Friday ‘All Black Affair’

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BENT Friday ‘All Black Affair’
DJ Amero and Chris Andrew, co-founder of Ballot Entertainment. (Photo: Photo: Chris Andrew)

BENT Friday ‘All Black Affair’

The holidays are the best time to reunite with your family and friends and celebrate life. Sometimes life gets so busy you forget about the moments that make it all worth it. It’s really about the times you spend together creating memories that will be with you forever. After spending some quality time with family for Thanksgiving the next best thing is to link up with your friends and party!

Author: Photo: Chris AndrewPartygoers enjoy BENT Friday “All Black Affair.”

Coming off the 11th sold out party in a row, Ballot Entertainment (BENT) brought back the most popular monthly Hip Hop party in the city for an “All Black Affair” on November 25th. If you don’t know about Bent Fridays, you need to get familiar. Ballot Entertainment (BENT) is a New England company that specializes in event planning and they are known throughout Boston for hosting the best parties at Wonder Bar. This is one of the most prestige monthly hip-hop events in the city that you get to experience once a month and is a must-go!

The “All Black Affair” was a pretty clever theme for the evening, seeing how it was also Black Friday. The bar was packed from front to end and the VIP tables were sold out weeks in advance. Young black Boston was in full effect Friday night. On the 1’s and 2’s were Boston’s own @djamero and New York’s hypest DJ @djtgif. The DJs had everybody off the walls, out of their seats and on the dance floor. This was the perfect event to let loose, have fun and dance life’s worries away. When you have to watch your friend’s Snapchat story to see how much fun you had that’s how you know your night was a success!

Ballot Entertainment is definitely becoming a staple in the city for night life in Boston. For more information on BENT events follow them on Instagram: @b.ent_, Twitter: @BallotEnt3 and Facebook: Bent Bent or email them at

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