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Hundreds of drunk Santas roaming Dallas sounds like the beginning of a scary Christmas movie. Unless of course you’re in on the drinking, too. Starting at 4 p.m. Saturday at Mockingbird Station, you can meet with other people who want to drink away the holidays for a Santa Rampage. This year, however,drinking and then walking bar to bar isn’t enough. Santas need to dance. Yes, participants are encouraged to bring their own FM-friendly boombox so they can jingle their bells or shake their Santa tail feather or whatever the hell Santa does when he’s drunk. So grab your Santa costume — or scantily clad elf costume — and your spiked hot chocolate, and ho, ho, ho (sorry) your way through Dallas.
Sat., Dec. 6, 4 p.m., 2014

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