"Kismet has always been a hangout for local musicians and artists. We've always had local bands play. It seemed like the perfect time to have a big party!" explains co-owner of Delray fashion anchor Kismet Vintage, Aly Gore. She and partner Liam Milano are hosting the store's seven year anniversary in style. Along with California label Burger Records, the shop will be bursting at the seams this Saturday with live music, rare vintage records spun by their favorite DJ, Justin Crumpton of Nightmare Boyzzzz and Lazer Puzzy, a backyard burger barbecue, and a ten dollar sale.
The party is part of Burger Records' Revolution, the label's third worldwide party. So you can enjoy Burger-approved live music at the same time as thousands of other people all over the globe, right at Kismet.
"We asked a few of our friends and everyone got excited. So it's going to be five musical acts," explains Gore -- Pocket of Lollipops, the aforementioned Lazer Puzzy, Sweet Bronco, Clvb Drvgs, and the newer to the scene Boy Orbison.