CLEVELAND — It's been a little over a week since the first coronavirus case was confirmed in Ohio. And since then, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has ordered a slew of preventative measures in an effort to stop to spread of the disease. 

Included in those measures was the closing of restaurants and bars and the implementation of social distancing. All things that aren't very fun. 

But one local DJ is doing what she can to keep the good vibes alive and encourage a little fun. 

Nicole Timakov, better known as DJ NicNacc is hosting a virtual party via Instagram live Tuesday, March 17.

"Capacity is UNLIMITED," NicNacc said in an Instagram post promoting the event. "Address is my IG Live. Bring your fav drink + your dancing shoes, i’ll bring the lights."

 And it gets better, she's taking song requests! So clear your schedule and join the fun scheduled to start at 9 p.m.

"We bout to make a party out of this time," NicNacc said. 

If you want a glimpse of the fun to come, check out one of her previous lives here.

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