Giant Wednesdays Moves to Tempe's 910 Live

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Cream Stereo Lounges loss is 910 Live's gain.

The promoters of Giant Wednesdays have left behind the sleek and chic Scottsdale club and moved their weekly party to the far funkier Tempe nightspot. They'll continue to book internationally known house and trance superstars, including tomorrow night's debut edition at 910 featuring spin gigs by Orlando "base queen" Baby Anne and NYC-base progressive house mixmaster The Scum Frog.

Week two offers an appearance by renowned the Netherland's Ferry Corsten. The Dutch DJ/producer (who also goes by such nutty nom de guerre as "System F," "Pulp Victim," and "The NutterCiaran Donegan") is in the midst of touring the U.S. and will swing through the Valley on Wednesday, September 29. Turner & Heit open the night along with Brook B.

See www.wantickets.com for admission info.

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