Superstar DJ Keoki opens Club Exile

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Superstar DJ Keoki, who's done his share of gigs in Denver, recently moved back from Los Angeles to Golden. With some help from his business partner John Bogard, he just opened Club Exile at 753 Santa Fe Drive. The space has been renovated, but as of right now, just the first level is open. Keoki plans to open the second level at some point with a rooftop for parties during the summer. Keoki, OhmStyles, and Dolly Madeline hold court on the gay-friendly Fetish Fridays, where club-goers can wear their favorite fetish gear. On Tuesdays, meanwhile, Keoki, LLbishop, Tharin Roberts and DJ smyl:e are slated to spin on Dirty Mutant Tuesdays.

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