Mile High Soul Club Moves to Syntax Physic Opera With Guest Nick Waterhouse

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After spending a couple of years at Beauty Bar, the long-tenured monthly Mile High Soul Club has found a new home at Syntax Physic Opera.

Syntax Physic Opera is a much different aesthetic than Beauty Bar, but the space has been hosting music nights and performances ever since it opened back in July.

See also: Best Club Night Denver 2014 - Mile High Soul Club

"We felt collectively like some of the magic was starting to go a little bit," says founder Tyler Jacobson. One reason for the move, he says, is that Beauty Bar had another soul night; he feels that Syntax will be "better suited" to what he and his partners are trying to do.

To celebrate the new space, Nick Waterhouse will be guest deejaying for December. He'll make for an impressive addition to the celebrated series: The soul singer sold out the Bluebird last time he came to town. "We knew that Nick wanted to come through, and the time he would come in and the time we would move were getting closer and closer, so it was serendipitous," Jacobson says. "It give our folks a real great incentive to experience the new space."

Tickets for the December edition of Mile High Soul Club (Saturday, December 6) are available online for $5. Starting in January, the cover will go back down to its normal price of $3.

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