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Photos: So What! The Club turns twenty

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This past weekend, So What! The Club celebrated its twentieth anniversary, and as always, Denver's longest-running club night attracted a diverse and sophisticated crowd. Our roving nightlife photographer, Brandon Marshall, was on hand to capture the scene, and he brought us back a bunch of photos. Keep reading for a few of the highlights and then check out the full So What! The Club slide show.

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For more photos, visit our full So What! The Club slide show.

For more photos, visit our full So What! The Club slide show.

For more photos, visit our full So What! The Club slide show.

For more photos, visit our full So What! The Club slide show.

For more photos, visit our full So What! The Club slide show.

For more photos, visit our full So What! The Club slide show.

For more photos, visit our full So What! The Club slide show.

For more photos, visit our full So What! The Club slide show.

For more photos, visit our full So What! The Club slide show.

For more photos, visit our full So What! The Club slide show.




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