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NORAD, which moved into the former 2200 space, is the prime spot for mature dance music. What does that mean, exactly? It means that it's for people who know and love electronic music and haven't become jaded by the mainstream takeover. The biggest names in the underground dance-music scene come here, and the parties run late into the night. The sound system is comparable to those at Denver's biggest clubs, and the location is such that once you get to NORAD, you won't want to go anywhere else.
Following a stretch as the third incarnation of the venerable Muddy's coffeehouse, the triangular building at 22nd and Champa was home to quite a few dance clubs, including Club Evolution, the Loft, Club Ra, Gallery 22 and 2200. No one seemed to be able to make the venue work -- until NORAD moved in. Owner Preston Douglas, who formerly wore multiple hats at Beta, clearly knows what he's doing, and he's hosted some of the biggest names in underground music since opening NORAD. With a... More »
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