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Photo courtesy of St. Pancras School
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St. Pancras School in Glendale will be hosting a freestyle concert next month.

It’s going to be a true flashback Friday next month for parents of one Glendale school.

On Friday, April 7, St. Pancras School is hosting a freestyle electronic dance concert featuring the legendary freestyle group TKA and Lisette Melendez. The event will be hosted by Speedy, with popular DJ Glenn Friscia.

“This is the first time the school is hosting a freestyle concert,” said Franca Lanci-Briganti, president of fundraising for St. Pancras. “Some of our parents went to a similar event last year, and they had a great time. So we wanted to bring that experience to Glendale.”

The concert will be held inside the St. Pancras School auditorium, located at 68-20 Myrtle Ave., which can hold up to 500 people, Lanci-Briganti said.

Tickets for the freestyle event are $55, and each ticket purchase comes with three drinks. Lanci-Briganti confirmed there will be a bar serving soda, water, beer and wine. No liquor will be sold during the event. Since there will be a bar, no one under 21 will be admitted.

“It’ll be a flashback for us. It’s a night out for all the parents, especially since we all have children. I’m excited for the whole thing,” Lanci-Briganti said. “I’m hoping that everyone will have a good time. I’m looking forward to it myself. It’s a lot of fun knowing we get to listen to artists that we listened to years ago.”

Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the concert will kick off at 8 p.m.

For tickets, call St. Pancras School at 718-821-6721. The school will direct callers to Gina Lehman, who will handle all ticket sales.

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