One of the coolest music venues in Delray Beach, City Limits, is having a blowout music event over the next four days to celebrate their one-year anniversary. It's actually their second one-year anniversary, but that's a story that's briefly explained below.
This should be a rocking good time for anyone that loves to support good local music and good music venues, both of which, typically aren't appreciated enough.
The press release is below:
NOVEMBER 28-DECEMBER 1, 2007
CITY LIMITS ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY WEEK!
For the 2nd time in our ten year history... CITY LIMITS is turning ONE!
This time, however, it’s in our new building/location.
Please join us all week long for great live music, dancing, 2 for 1 specials & more!
ONE YEAR DRINK SPECIALS:
2 FOR 1 WELL DRINKS, $5 ABSOLUT VODKA DRINKS, $3 DOMESTIC BEERS + NITELY SHOT SPECIALS! Doors open 8pm!
Wednesday, November 28: ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY KICKOFF PARTY!
LADIES NITE!-WEDNESDAYS NICE! Free drinks for Ladies 8-10pm
JAH CULTURE SOUND SYSTEM + THE RESOLVERS 21+, 8PM, NO COVER!
Thursday, November 29: MEDICINE HAT + SLIP & THE SPINOUTS 21+, 8PM, NO COVER!
Friday, November 30: THE LEGENDARY JC's 21+, 8PM, $10
The Legendary JC's (commonly The JC's) started flooring Central Florida crowds with their brand of soulful rocking blues in 2000. Founding members Eugene Snowden and Brian Chodorcoff started out with a band of roving musicians but always delivered quality high-energy rock n' roll performances. Part of the magic of a JC's show is never knowing who is going to show up.
Saturday, December 1: RUFFHOUSE 21+, 8PM, NO COVER!
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