What a fun night it was at the San Diego County Fair on Friday June 28th. We took the Plaza stage at 9:00pm and it was pure unadulterated electricity until we left and hour and a half later. We could not have asked for a better crowd. They were hootin’ and hollerin’ and dancing the entire time.
Groove Factory had another stellar night at Goody’s Tavern in downtown San Clemente. A great enthusiastic crowd danced all night long. Things really got going when a party bus of disco divas rolled in and I mean literally rolled in on roller skates. Roller girls, Afros and sequins lit up the room. So what were we to do? Pump out some disco jams of course. Below is a small sample of what you missed.
Victoria and Nathan tied the knot on September 1st, 2018. Groove Factory was honored to be there to help them celebrate their wedding day.
So what song did we open with? Celebration, of course.
All we have to say is … Wow, do Victoria and Nathan have some awesome dancer friends. Their rug-cutting was so spectacular that my camera couldn’t even capture them properly. Check out the pics below to see what we mean.
Groove Factory barreled through the Orange Curtain last Saturday, as we headed up to the Santa Ana Zoo to play at their annual Zoofari fundraiser. Black ties and evening gowns were on full display, but that didn’t stop people from dancing up a storm.
We’d like to think we had something to do with that …
Our very own Cherry Bomb celebrated her 25th birthday on August 11th. Freeze Frame played an epic six-hour set at the Temecula Wine and Beer Garden that evening, and we made sure Cherry was plenty bombed by the end of the night.
Groove Factory made its San Clemente debut on May 18, at Goody’s Tavern. What started out as a quiet, laid-back bar soon turned into an all-out dance party. We were happy to keep the crowd going into the wee hours of the night.
Okay … I mean … for Orange County, “wee hours of the night” = 1:30 AM.