Friday Night (disambiguation)

Friday Night may refer to:
*The time after evening on Friday but before morning on Saturday

*"Friday Night with Jonathan Ross", a British chat show hosted by Jonathan Ross
*"Friday Night Videos", a music video show which ran on NBC and later shortened its name to "Friday Night".
*"Vendredi soir" (English title "Friday Night") a 2002 drama film directed by Claire Denis


*"Friday Night", a song by Dennis Wilson from his 1977 album "Pacific Ocean Blue"
*"Friday Night", a song by Roy Orbison from his 1979 album "Laminar Flow"
*"Friday Night", a song by Loverboy from their 1985 album "Lovin' Every Minute of It"
*"Friday Night", a song by Twenty 4 Seven from their 1997 album "24 Hours 7 Days A Week"
*"Friday Night", a song by Allister from their 1999 album "Dead Ends and Girlfriends"
*"Friday Night", a song by The Darkness from their 2003 album "Permission to Land"
*"Friday Night", a song by S Club 7 from their 1999 debut album "S Club"
*"Friday Night", a song by Slick Shoes from their 2002 album "Slick Shoes"
*"Friday Night", a song by Fuser from their 2005 album "Fuser"
*"Friday Night", a song by House of Heroes from their 2005 self-titled debut.
*"Friday Night", a song by The Rabble
*"Friday Night", a song by Lily Allen from her 2006 album "Alright, Still"
*"Friday Night", a song by Mcfly from their 2006 album 'Motion In The Ocean'

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