With the holidays officially kicking tomorrow, what better way to start of turkey day with a hangover from a lot of partying tonight. Here are a few Thanksgiving eve suggestions:
Rockbar (3015 E. Colfax Avenue) will be dubbed Plymouth Rockbar for its Thanksgiving eve kegger. We're talking five kegs of beer and only $5 a cup. DJs Michael Trundle and Soup will be at the decks. La Rumba (99 West 9th Avenue) will host the return of the Tore Up Record Up with live music from Whiskey Throttle, and DJs Dogboy, BigK, Kursed and Hi-Tone. The bopping, jiving and strolling starts at 8 p.m. Five bucks gets you in and there will be $4 Heineken Lights and $3 gin and tonics.
The Church (1160 Lincoln Street) is bringing in superstar DJ Markus Schultz for the club's annual Trancegiving Eve party. DJs Dragon, Trajikk, Hycloud, Klutch Beat Bootique and Tee Trance will also be at the decks. 24K and Monarck (1414 Market Street) is throwing a Chocolate Aphrodisiac party with the folks from Hip Hop Chocolate, ASR Innertainment and Colfax Kids. They'lll be giving away lots of stuff and DJs Gyp Da Hip and SD will be spinning. Five Degrees (1475 Lawrence Street) is throwing its second annual Thanksgiving eve party - Got Pie? Ladies drink free from 10 p.m. to midnight and DJ Maciek will spin mash-ups, house and Top 40.
If you're feeling a bit naughty, head on down to La Boheme (1443 Stout Street) tonight for its Vixen Fixin' Wrestling. Nothing like hot chicks rolling around in what a lot of people will be eating tomorrow. Matt Need of the Uncle Nasty Show will be judging and the top three contestants win $100. Read more about it here. --Jon Solomon
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