The 20th anniversary of paradigmatic Britpop albums Parklife by Blur and His ’n’ Hers by Pulp has given rise to the Good Mixer, a dance party presented by local band Tea Cozies and emceed by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame radio DJ Marco Collins at Lo-Fi April 17. What’s on the agenda? DJ sets by hot producer/musician Erik Blood, Fastbacks/Thee Sgt. Major III/Beltholes mainstay Kurt Bloch, KEXP’s DJ Shannon, and DJ Mike Steve. There’ll also be Britpop karaoke hosted by Three Imaginary Girls, ’90s clothing and accessories vended by Red Light Vintage, a Jarvis Cocker dance contest, drink specials, and more.

All the info you need for Good Mixer can be found here.