What's on Tap for First Friday: Furious Styles Crew, Train Tracks, and Pop Art

Categories: First Friday
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It's been 16 years since the Furious Styles Crew first busted onto P-Town's cultural landscape back in 1993. And in that time span, the premier b-boy/hip-hop dance collective has been popping and locking up a storm.

Their dances have become a major draw during First Fridays as well, drawing hundreds of spectators to the intersection of Fifth and Garfield streets with their acrobatic urban dance moves.

November's edition of the monthly art walk experience will also serve as the kickoff of their weekend-long anniversary celebration, as the Furious ones will be presenting an art show and star-studded DJ fest at Roosevelt Art Space (924 North First Avenue) starting at 6 p.m. The line-up of turntablism talent includes DJs Melo, M2, Pick, and Odin Rock. (Be sure to check out what else is happening on both Saturday and Sunday also).

There's also plenty other artistic activities afoot tonight as well. As Lilia Menconi mentioned earlier, Roosevelt Street will be blocked off from Central to Seventh Avenue, giving y'all plenty of incentive to put the "walk" in art walk and not attempt to drive your cars as close as possible to your favorite gallery.

There's also a ginormous pop art show, a new mural going up at the eye lounge, the quarterfinals of the Train Tracks at PAM, and plenty of other fun to be had.

Get a complete rundown of all the action after the jump.

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