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Best Rock Club Miami 2007 - Studio A

Readers' Choice: Churchill's
After you've done the prerequisite night at Churchill's (our CBGB), it's time to move on to Studio A. This downtown Miami nightspot is significantly larger than the lovable British pub, and has a superb sound system, so it's more appropriate for the midlevel, touring rock bands that play there. The space also looks nicer — if you like fancy chandeliers and shiny curtains. Elevated sections increase visibility throughout the club, even when the shows are sold out. There's also a full (if pricey) bar, and Studio A remains open for dancing after shows. The only real drawback is the lack of adjacent parking in this sketchy neighborhood. But what the heck. That's part of the fun.
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Lesley
Lesley

I swear to you, if they try to pull this one on me, I would alienate the rest of the audience to fight to stay! either way, once I am settled in, having a brewsky and having already paid my admission ticket, there is no way I am going to pay again or step out to stay in any line. I won't allow myself to do that based on general principle.

John
John

Yeah, this was not the case on the night I was there, since I'm 26...

John
John

when they do all age events they clear the room for the party's after but every time i've been there they have allowed everyone 18+ to reenter free of charge.

John
John

Here's another drawback. I was once saw the management clear this club of all customers after some smaller bands played so that they could charge more admission to those there to see the headliner. They honestly said that if those that were there wanted to stay, they'd need to go outside, wait in line, and pay again. Save your f#cking money, they're a joke.

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