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Obscura Does Flight of the Conchords Night on Nov. 13

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With the last Shake! scheduled for this Saturday, it's a safe bet a lot of hipster types are going to be looking for new indie dance nights. Obscura is stepping up to the plate at CenPho's Ruby Room with a Flight of the Conchords night on Friday, November 13.

DJ Funkfinger of Shake fame is the night's new permanent house DJ, along with DJ Roya. In addition to some great music they'll also have CDs to give away from Flight of the Conchords, Snow Patrol, Kings of Convenience and Cold Cave! and tickets to Cage The Elephant, Pete Yorn, and Skinny Puppy.

Before 10:30 you can get $1.50 PBR's and $2.50 wells.

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