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The night that nightlife fans have been waiting for has arrived. The AC Weekly Nightlife Awards Hosted by Butch Bradley and Presented by Harrison Beverage takes place 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 21, at Boogie Nights at Tropicana Casino and Resort. Fifty-two categories from best bartender to best happy hour to Lifetime Achievement will be awarded this evening at this star-studded event. But it’s more than just award doling. It’s a real show — complete with performances by the Red Hotts, “Rod Stewart” and “Donna Summer,” impersonations of Marty McFly and Doc from “Back to the Future,” live music by Stealing Savanah and Michele Karmin and more. The party is free and open to the public. Red Bull, Bud and Bud Light drink sepcials will be offered and guests are invited to stick around for the after party, during which Boogie Nights’ popular ’90s Night takes place.

Oh! The winners! We almost forgot.

Those can be found in Atlantic City Weekly starting Thursday, as well as at ACWeekly.com.

However, five category winners — best DJ, daylife scene, bar, strip club and nightclub — will not be revealed until the event.

See you at the party!

Boogie Nights is located in Tropicana at Brighton and the Boardwalk in A.C. Go to ACWeekly.com for more info.

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Associate Editor, At The Shore/ACWeekly

Freelance reporter for At The Shore/Atlantic City Insiders from 2011-2015; Editor in Chief, MainStreetMarlboro.com,2014-2015; Writer for Zagat, 2013

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