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The Solution returns and sets up shop at the Meadowlark for a monthly residency

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The Solution, the Best of Denver award-winning club night hosted by DJ Low Key, Sounds Supreme, and DJ Lazy Eyez, is back and will take up a monthly residency at the Meadowlark for the city's newest, hottest live music showcase. The premise of the party is to showcase a dope Denver MC, a Denver based producer or production crew and an up and coming out of town artist once a month. The first installment of The Solution Showcase is slated for Thursday, December 15 and the lineup is killer.

With music by DJ Low Key and Sounds Supreme, there will be live performances from Turner Jackson (with DJ Dozen), GirlGrabbers and L.A.-based phenoms, Tiron and Ayomari (The Cafeteria Line).

Low Key says the showcase is a combination of The Solution's classic party vibe mixed with a live performance element. In addition to dope live music, there will also be a portion of the evening dedicated to the DJs breaking new records and introducing new music.

The Solution Showcase is a 21+up party and pre-sale tickets are $5 and are available at Family Affair. Tickets at the door are $8

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