Blunt Club Marks Seven-Year Anniversary With Big Blowout at Club Red

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The Blunt Club will celebrate its seven-year anniversary Thursday, May 28 at Tempe's Club Red with a Seven-year Anniversary Jam. The weekly hip-hop night will feature DJs, live art, sticker art, and live performances.

While Blunt Club has changed venues a few times, it's been a hip-hop staple in the Valley nonetheless. The night features live art and DJ sets from local and sometimes even national performers and usually gets packed after 11 p.m.

Cover is $12 for the 18-and-older blowout and the first 50 people through the door will receive sticker packs. There will also be giveaways and drink specials throughout the night.

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