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Club Above

215 N. Main [map]
686-4012
club-above.com

This dance club on the top floor of the Heidelberg restaurant features live music Fri. & Sat. 10 p.m.-2 a.m. (doors at 9 p.m.). DJs with futurism, beats, and bass music, Wed. 9 p.m.-2 a.m., and underground hip-hop, soul, and dreamwave, one Thurs. a month 9 p.m.-2 a.m. Dancing, cover. Age 21 & older admitted (except as noted).

 
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October 3: "The Usual Suspects."

Hip-hop showcase with DJs MegaBlown, DJ Hunt, & Skeezus and MCs Ever Evolved, Tru Klassick, Yung Tact, K3nsway, Sigidy, Black Alfalfa, Mid Coast Connection, & Larcin.

October 4: "Bridging the Gap."

With local R&B and hip-hop acts TBA.

October 11: EMU vs. U-M Fall Party

Entertainment TBA.

October 17: "Indie Rock Night."

With the rock & punk bands Handguns, Second Suitor, In Winds, Common Nonsense, Car Crash Rhetoric, & Conway.

October 18: Flatland Harmony Experiment

Indianapolis progressive bluegrass trio that's playing with the Jackson Symphony tomorrow night.

October 19: Halloween Drag Show

Performers TBA.

October 26: Antighost

Grand Rapids punk-rock trio. Openers: the Big Rapids post-hardcore rock trio Common Nonsense, the Jackson pop-punk trios Something Missing andPaper Lanterns, and the Chesterfield (MI) emo-flavored pop-punk quartet Former Critics. 7:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.




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