"Gretchen… stop trying to make fetch happen. It’s not 2004 anymore, so it's not going to happen!" If you're at The Ritz Ybor on Saturday, November 10, however, then fetch is definitely happening at the That's So Fetch Party in Tampa this weekend!

Put on your one-of-a-kind Ed Hardy tank tops and your most glittery bedazzled jeans for a night to celebrate the fabulous early 2000s inside The Ritz on Saturday night in Ybor City! In addition to throwback styles, you can expect to jam out all night to classic hits from Avril Lavigne, Britney Spears, and more as VJ Sirius will be playing your favorite 2000s pop, dance, and hip-hop music videos to get you up on your feet and feeling fetch.

Actual Bank Robbers will also be doing covers of your favorite 2000s hits from artists like Missy Elliot and Coldplay until the early morning. If you're wearing your hottest throwback outfit, then you can enter for a chance to win the Best Dressed costume contest! Your favorite movie from 2004, Mean Girls, will be playing all night long throughout the party.

"Shake it like a polaroid picture" this weekend inside the Ritz Ybor while wearing your Von Dutch trucker hat and Juicy velour tracksuit! Get flossy and "1,2 Step" your way to the bar and grab a drink from some of Ybor City’s bartenders.

Tickets to the That's So Fetch Party are $15 presale and $20 the day of the event. If you want to party like Regina George, VIP tickets are $50 and include admission as well as skipping the line, access to VIP lounges, and two drink tokens for any cocktail or beverage.

If you're like most people, you've probably gotten rid of your old duds dating back over a decade, but you can purchase some cute 2000's attire by clicking any of the images below!

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