Best of Denver

Denver's ten best dance clubs

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7. 2200/NORAD, 821 22nd Street

The space formerly inhabited by Muddy's Coffeehouse and later known by a variety of names (Club Evolution, the Loft, Gallery 22 and Club Ra, among others) has found new life as NORAD. With decent cover prices and free parking across the street, 2200, as the place was most recently known, is the perfect place to see top locals and big names in electronic music in an intimate, relaxed setting. NORAD has now officially taking over the spot. Fridays will be geared toward indie dance music and Saturdays more focused on techno, progressive and tech-house styles of music. The idea behind NORAD, says owner Preston Douglas, is to bring solid dance music back to Denver for mature adults.

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Jon Solomon writes about music and nightlife for Westword, where he's been the Clubs Editor since 2006.
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