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Tonic Hosts Annual Bikini Session and Fashion Show

Suzanne Gore and Avia Spa will host their annual Bikini Session Fashion Show this Sunday at Tonic. The show will feature celebrity DJs including Body English’s resident, DJ Jack LaFleur and the LA-based DJ AM.

DJ AM is a Philadelphia native who spins private parties for Hollywood A-list celebrities, as well as large venue shows. He is also known for dating the Simple Life’s Nicole Ritchie. LaFleur is a Vegas mainstay who spins at the most exclusive clubs and parties. He also helped to create the Hard Rock Hotel’s now-infamous Rehab pool parties.

Also spinning at the session will be Matty Matt with DJ RaviDrums of the Playboy Mansion and Jet in Las Vegas, Rico Delargo, the resident DJ at Las Vegas club TAO, and DJ Eric Lohr.

Doors open at 1 p.m. and the show will wrap at midnight. DJ Jack LaFleur will be spinning from 3-5 p.m. and DJ AM will hold down the stage from 5:30-8 p.m. The fashion show begins at 3 p.m.

Tonic is located at 634 State Street in downtown Santa Barbara. Table and cabana reservations are available. For more information or for ticket prices call Tonic at 897-1800.

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