This Just In: Club Bash appears to be closed

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After a decade-long run, it appears that one of Denver's biggest hip-hop clubs has closed its doors. At least that's what we gather from this sign, which was posted in the window this afternoon when we drove by.

Formerly the Blake Street Baseball Club and then the LoDo Music Hall, the 20,000-square-foot Bash was one of the LoDo's last remaining spots dedicated almost exclusively to hip-hop. We're still trying to track details on why exactly the club went dark, we'll keep you posted as we find out details. In the meantime, feel free to share your thoughts on Bash.

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