Club Trinity Becomes Oceans Seven Nightclub

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One of Scottsdale's more notorious dance joints has changed its name...again. Club Trinity is now known as Oceans Seven Nightclub, the latest identity of a nightspot that undergone more than a few transformations in the past decade.

Back in the day, the property was known as hip-hop nightspot CBNC. Then it became a chic Latin dance parlor called Club Rain in 2007 only to get a make over three years later and turn into Trinity. Now there's a new owner, new look, new events, and a whole new vibe under Oceans Seven.

Some of the many changes that have taken place include all four rooms at nightspot getting swanked up and club promoter Sergio Surgenights is starting a new Latin music night on the weekends. Oceans Seven (which we assume is a sly allusion to Steven Soderbergh's remake trilogy of heist movies) will also launch a new Thump Day dance party called Toxic Thursdays next weekend, featuring five DJs spinning hip-hop, Top 40, and Latin lounge.

More details can be found over at Ocean Sevens' Facebook page.

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