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Our night out in Florida We partied with Vissla and Jacuzzi Boys while world premiering the new Cam Richards part in Florida

No one does it quite like Florida. And we had that reiterated Friday night when we rallied up all our friends and threw a few back at Lafayette’s to celebrate the release of Cam Richards’ new Victor Pakpour directed part “22.” We lined up one of the sickest bands from Florida — Miami’s own Jacuzzi Boys — set a screen and let it rip.

We kicked off the night with several jokes by Cam’s dad Kelly — a star from our trip to shoot the Fairly Normal on Cam, and the guy behind all those guns we shot and sharks we caught. From there, we hit play and watched Cam over-rotate, charge and stomp set to a delicious set of tunes thanks to Victor’s musically inclined ear.

And then it was time to rock: Jacuzzi Boys kicked it off and from there it was plentiful drinks and fun times. As you’ll see below.

Big Thanks to the crew at Vissla, Kevin and John from The Florida Surf Film Festival for making sure the sound and screen were perfect, and of course all of you who came out and ran around with us.

Photos by Adrienne Ruberti:


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