• Skinifatz Nightspot
    Address:10712 Richmond Hwy. Lorton, Va. 22079
    Phone: 703-493-8765

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    • Thursday Nights: 7pm -11pm (DJ “Timber”) Karaoke and dancing.

    • Friday Nights: 9pm-2am (DJ “Dice”) FlashBack Fridays playing all dance hits.

    • Saturday Nights: 6pm-10pm (DJ “Popeye”) Karaoke and dancing.

    • Saturday Nights: 9pm-2am (DJ “J3ff”) playing the very best dance mix

    Everybody knows that the dance floor is where things happen. It’s a great place to meet new people and to find out what they’re made of. From our years of experience in the nightclub business, we decided to give you the very best Dance Music we could find, and the very best people to play it! We’ve implemented a modified mix at Skinifatz that includes all the favorite Dance Jams you love, plus a few additions from the Modern Rock, Urban and Top 40 genres.

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    • Skinifatz Offers a large dance floor and professional DJ’s, with oversize fireplace and windows overlooking the Potomac River. Inside, the environmentally friendly building is actually built around large trees that grow out of the floor. Today, Skinifatz displays antiques throughout the entire facility. Skinifatz Nightspot | Nightspot (noun) -an informal word for nightclub: An establishment that stays open late at night and provides food, drink, entertainment, and music for dancing. Also called nightclub. Northern Virginia Dancing and Nightclub. Northern Virginia Nightspot.
    (Skinifatz Nightspot and Restaurant)10712 Richmond Hwy., Lorton, VA 22079
    Telephone 703-493-8765

    Hours of operations:

    Sunday-Tuesday (Closed). Wednesday: 5:00 pm- 9:00 pm. Thursday: 5:00pm – 11:00pm. Friday-Saturday: 5:00 pm. – 2:00 am.

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