DJ BloodPreshah ends five-year run at Kazmos this weekend

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After five years of hosting weekly reggae dances at Kazmos Lounge on 13th and Kalamath, DJ BloodPreshah (aka Thomas Behler) is throwing one last bash at the joint starting at 10 p.m. this Saturday, January 2. As you might have heard by now, the club is closing this weekend.

BloodPreshah, who has been spinning reggae around these parts for fifteen years, is moving his reggae-themed night to Cervantes' Other Side (former Quixote's True Blue at 2637 Welton Street) beginning on Saturday, February 20. You can also catch BloodPreshah every third Saturday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. during his Reggae BloodLines shows on KGNU 88.5 FM Boulder/1390 AM Denver.

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