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Three Must-Attend Nightlife Events Before the Weekend

There’s always something exciting going on in the Valley of the Sun.  Just because it’s not Friday or Saturday, does not mean there isn’t a party to go to!  Featured below are three nightlife events taking place this week that everyone should go to.  Take a break from work this week and check out some of these parties! 

1. Georgia Chrome at Whiskey Row

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Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row is one of the hottest country bars in the Valley, with live music performances every Thursday night from Georgia Chrome.  Pull out your cowboy boots, and prepare to two step the night away listening to this rockin’ country band.  Live music will begin at 10 p.m. VIP tables can be reserved, along with bottle service, by calling 480-382-1505.  Whiskey Row is open from 11 a.m.-2 a.m. daily.

For additional information, visit Whiskey Row’s website.

2. Burlesque at the W Scottsdale

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Does mixing and mingling while being soothed by sultry, sexy four-piece vintage jazz and blues sound appealing?  Enjoy a Burlesque show at W Scottsdale Thursday at 9 p.m. in the Living Room at W Scottsdale for a night to remember.  Dancers will perform three to five, thirty minute routines throughout the evening.  The band will cover hits from movies such as Moulin Rouge, Chicago and Burlesque.  Complimented by live soulful jazz music, come out for a Burlesque show this Thursday!  Doors open at 8 p.m., and the event is open to those 21 and older.

For more information on Burlesque at the West Scottsdale, visit the W Scottsdale’s website.

3. Funk & Soul at Midnight

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Funk & Soul at Midnight will return to the Crescent Ballroom this Friday from 11:30 p.m. until 2 a.m.  DJ Seduce will hit the stage as partygoers dance to a mixture of Motown, soul and funk.  There is also a selection of Honey Badger cocktails and craft beers!

For additional information, visit Crescent Ballroom’s website.

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