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Thursday is the new Friday: DJ Fei-Fei from L.A., DJ Bedz kick the weekend off in style

When the question arises as to whether or not it's possible to party on Thursdays, we have the definitive answer. Fridays are, of course, a definite, and Wednesdays, well, Wednesday is a hard night to hit the town if you have to work the next day. Thursday, however, is the new Friday. There's plenty here to do if you feel like partying tonight. Have a look.

Bacaro in Boulder is having Huntsy and Wilcox showcase some tunes for the evening, Ladies get $2 wells all night long while the fellas, well, the specials aren't quite as hot.

Dj Fei-Fei is holding things down tonight at Beta Nightclub in the headlining spot. Trajikk and DJ Law, both residents, are priming in the Klutch Beat lounge. Fei-Fei, a Los Angeles producer, is coming up strong with heavy house beats and Beta will surely provide a great sample of her skills on its high-tech sound system.

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Denver Nuggets DJ Bedz is playing at Lavish Lounge for the ladies night, who, by the way, get free drinks until midnight. You heard that correctly, free drinks for ladies until midnight. Given this convenient location, it should be a great place to get the night started should you happen to wander into the LoDo part of town.

If the summer weather is turning you into a sweaty mess then head down to Rockstar Lounge for the Reggae night. There is a dress code; it's not specified, but it's strictly enforced. This weekly doesn't really get kickin' until long after the sun goes down, but you can get cheap drinks all night, and females, again, you get in for free before 11p.m.

Got another show or place to get your groove on? Let us know below.

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