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1320 E. Broadway Road Tempe, AZ 85282 | Tempe | 480-968-3238
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Business Description

The Clubhouse Music Venue located at 1320 E. Broadway Road in Tempe, is a club that features the best in Local, Touring, and Regional acts. Voted Best Local Music Venue by The New Times Magazine, We have been in the valley of the sun for 6 years hosting shows for all age groups on a nightly basis. Besides great music nightly, we also have a full service kitchen and now feature pizza if you get hungry.

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