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Minnesota Needs a Karaoke Event Cache

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Hidden : Wednesday, May 20, 2009
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Enjoy karaoke at the Victory Grill in Brooklyn Park.

This is my first event cache, and I have no idea if people will show up on a weeknight. But DJ Louis is the greatest KJ in existence; he even did my wedding reception! Going on a weeknight is a small price to pay for his sheer awesomeness. Attendees are strongly encouraged to sing a song. I'd make singing a requirement to log the cache, but I suspect that would violate the new guidelines.

9690 Colorado Lane North
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443

21+, karaoke starts at 9PM, give or take.

Colorado Lane doesn't seem to exist on the map used by This one seems more up to date.

I will also be hosting Wednesday Night Caching at 7:30 near the event. The plan is to meet at 7:30 at the parking for cache GC10N9N. (It’s described in that cache description as “From Zane Ave. N., turn west onto 103rd Ave. N. and follow it into the parking lot.”) The plan is then to find caches GC1QBC8, GC10P0A, GC1JEZ9, GC19DMT, and GC10N9N before heading over to Victory Grille for the event.

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