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    SUNDAY, MARCH 17
    VOLTAIRE: St Patricks Day Party

    MATHEWS BREWING CO: St Pattys Day Party => Summer Gill, Spred the Dub
    DADA: Karaoke
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Gameshow Sundays
    CHURCHILLS PUB: The Black Market

    MONDAY, MARCH 18
    VOLTAIRE: Mixed Match Monday: Mr. Palm Beach

    DADA: Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Jazz Jam

    TUESDAY, MARCH 19
    VOLTAIRE: SQUID: Pinc Louds (NY), TBA
    DADA: Comedy Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Jam
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Flatfoot 56

    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20
    VOLTAIRE: Dirty Laundry Comedy

    DADA: Brown Bear & Fitch
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Stumble & Fall with Rat Bastard

    THURSDAY, MARCH 21
    VOLTAIRE: Funktion hosted by Public Sounds Collective

    DADA: MIXTAPE | Vatican Tattoo Studio “Takeover” feat. Artists Jeff Kozan, Dana Hauser, EV Talesman, Frank Luca, Richard Wood
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Karaoke Circus
    MATHEWS BREWING CO: Summer Gill
    ARTS GARAGE: 3rd Thursday: Art Meets Music
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Hot Mess
    CHURCHILLS PUB: All Folk’d Up

    FRIDAY, MARCH 22
    VOLTAIRE: Thelma and the Sleaze (Nashville), Palomino Blond, Vagnauts, Woolbright
    ROBOT BREWING CO: Tame the Lyons EP Release
    DADA: The Castafellas
    MATHEWS BREWING CO: Tasty Vibrations Band
    ARTS GARAGE: Night at the Movies- By Svetlana and the Delancey Five
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Mass
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Off Orbit

    SATURDAY, MARCH 23
    VOLTAIRE: Dance Floor Sessions, Kasha Birthday

    DADA: Steve Pomeranz Band
    HULLABALOO: The Ricca Project
    MATHEWS BREWING CO: Spider Cherry
    O’MALLEY’S: Xavier Wulf
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Vesper Wood
    ARTS GARAGE: Carole J. Bufford- You Don’t Own Me: The Fearless Females of the 1960s
    ROBOT BREWING CO: Robot Comedy Fest with Matt Donnelly, The Mind Noodler
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Metal V Noise

    SUNDAY, MARCH 24
    VOLTAIRE: Igor & Red Elvises, The Gutter Tones
    DADA: Karaoke
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Gameshow Sundays
    ARTS GARAGE: Portrait of a Queen Starring Cece Teneal
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Dubday WMC party

    MONDAY, MARCH 25
    VOLTAIRE: Vibes: Underkut DJs

    DADA: Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Drag Mondays
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Miami Jazz Jam

    TUESDAY, MARCH 26
    VOLTAIRE: SQUID: Loyal to a Fault, Coral Canyons, Wavelengths, Bitter Blue Jays

    DADA: Comedy Open Mic
    KILL YOUR IDOL: Open Jam
    ARTS GARAGE: Arts Garage Jam Session

    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27
    VOLTAIRE: RAW Neo Soul Nite

    DADA: Ella Herrera
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Pedestrian Deposit
    O’MALLEY’S: Rivers of Nihil, Entheos

    THURSDAY, MARCH 28
    VOLTAIRE: Cat Eye Club

    DADA: MIXTAPE |Frequencies
    KILL YOUR IDOL: WMC: Immersed
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Shredder 1984, Dream Shore
    LAS ROSAS: The Messthetics (featuring members of Fugazi), Mary Lattimore
    CHURCHILLS PUB: The Secret Show

    FRIDAY, MARCH 29
    VOLTAIRE: Guavatron, Tand

    DADA: Wavelengths
    KILL YOUR IDOL: WMC
    MATHEWS BREWING CO: Krazy Train
    ARTS GARAGE: Biscuit Miller and the MIX
    RESPECTABLE STREET: All The V Words
    ROBOT BREWING CO: VIBEAT w/ Sherrine Mostin
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Swingin’ Utters, Lost in Society

    SATURDAY, MARCH 30
    VOLTAIRE: Buck Rogers

    DADA: Jordan Esker & Red Light Motel
    HULLABALOO: Markis Hernandez Trio
    KILL YOUR IDOL: WMC: Breaks Yo!
    RESPECTABLE STREET: Pop Up Craft Fair
    ARTS GARAGE: Yamit and the Vinyl Blvd
    MATHEWS BREWING CO: Joel Desilva Band
    ROBOT BREWING CO: The Broken Sound Band
    26 DEGREE BREWING: The Copper Tones
    CHURCHILLS PUB: Sick of it All, Iron Reagan, Coldside

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