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Hit The Lights brings Palo Alto youth together in one event!

Original post made by Student at Gunn High School, Gunn High School, on Mar 22, 2012

Palo Alto Teen Advisory Board presents Hit The Lights, an all-encompassing event, incorporating the best of high school dances, and more. After hearing concerns that the Palo Alto youth were overwhelmingly stressed, the advisory board began planning a night high schoolers in Palo Alto would never forget! For the first time an event of this magnitude will bring together Palo Alto’s three high schools, and blur the division among the rivaling schools. The event features a dance floor, equipped with Lasers and Black Light that are provided by Tribal Existance, known for their recent work at the Grammys. Along with state-of-the-art audio and lighting equipment, the dance floor will also be a platform for 3 student-DJs from Palo Alto to perform. These DJs have been handpicked by the advisory board members, and are the best Palo Alto has to offer. Along with dancing, Hit The Lights features a game room, a lounge, and food served from Palo Alto’s finest restaurants. Truly an event any student in Palo Alto can enjoy!

‘Hit the Lights’ will occur on March 31, 2012 at the magnificent Lucie Stern Community Center, and will span from 8PM - 11PM. Teen Advisory Board is expecting about 400-500 students to attend. The event is open to any student currently attending a Palo Alto high school, and tickets can be purchased through any Teen Advisory Board member, by emailing, or at the door, if tickets are still available.


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