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Stay Classy Throws Tailgate Party



    Stay Classy knows how to throw a killer party.

    It was good times and fun in the sun downtown Saturday for Stay Classy’s tailgate party.

    The sun was beaming, the drinks were flowing and the music was pumping. Music fans listened to live music in the Petco Park, enjoyed outdoor beer gardens, a street festival and got a ticket to a Padres game.

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    Some of the funky bands and DJs that provided the sounds were Cage the Elephant, The Kneehighs, Buckfast Superbee, GRoy, Theron, Chris Cutz, Fresh One, and Mikey Beats.

    Stay Classy might know how to throw a killer party but it’s not all about fun. It’s also about giving back.

    “They do an amazing job of bringing together two really awesome things and that is a really good time, fun, music,” said volunteer Catherine Lewis. “At the same time, they do this really awesome thing, they raise money for campaigns and this year their campaign is actually for a youth homeless shelter.

    A partygoer we talked with, managed to snag a shady seat in the VIP area of the Beer Garden near the Fleetwood and said she has been to a few Stay Classy events.

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    “They’re always guaranteed to be fun, but I’ve never seen it this crazy,” Melissa said. “It’s super hot so we down here to get some shade. It was a little competitive to get this seat.”

    If you want to give back but don't know how, Stay Classy has created an easy-to-use way of informing members about volunteer opportunities in their community.

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