Jacksons on 3rd Now Open - Again

Downtown club Jackson's on 3rd has come and gone in recent years, but the bar is once again officially open. 

The club re-opened early this month, and have revived their infamous weekend parties. Friday nights feature no cover for ladies and a $5 cover for gentlemen before 11pm.

Saturday nights features the same pricing, but also hip hop, old school, salsa and more from Power 98.3 FM's DJ Skandalis and Andy DjEssence Miguel.

You can listen to Skandalis' mixes on his Beezo page. While you're there, see if you can get him to play the Rebecca Black "Friday" dubstep remix. That joke is only going to be funny for a few more minutes, right?

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