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Vodka Vodka returns to Royal Oak on Jan. 24

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Vodka Vodka returns for its 5th year as metro-Detroit's premier vodka-tasting party, taking place at the Royal Oak Farmers Market on Friday, Jan. 24, 2014 from 8 p.m. to midnight.

Guests will enjoy an array of premium vodkas and vodka-infused cuisine to sample, plus DJ entertainment.

Vodka Vodka is open to adults 21 years old and older. Advance tickets are available for $35 plus service fees at www.metrotimes.com/vodkavodka or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/metrotimes.

Ticket price will increase in January to $40 and on the day of the event to $50 (pending availability). Ticket purchase includes 10 drink tickets and unlimited food samples.

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