Pinky Ring Moves to Scottsdale Starting Tonight

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In case your looking for a little action on a Wednesday night, head up to Scottsdale to catch Pinky Ring's debut at its new home at the newly-remodeled Pussycat Lounge.

The long-running electro/hip-hop night that's been going down at Bar Smith since last November, has eschewed downtown in favor of Old Town as of tonight. All of the PR residents are coming along for the ride, including Benjamin Cutswell, Senbad, D-JR, Tricky T, and Death to the Throne (our personal nominee for the "Best DJ Name of All Time" award).

Doors open at 9 p.m. and there's no cover. PCL is located at 4426 North Saddlebag Trail, just south of Camelback Road. Call 480-481-3100 for more info.

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