Wednesday, July 16, 2003

Dancing machine

Posted By on Wed, Jul 16, 2003 at 12:00 AM

Known best for its themed DJ Nights and Mini Cooper-clad exterior, Luna is a club that has seen its fair share of changes. Forever updating its decor, but dedicated to the dancer in you, Luna's events range from goth gloom-and-doom music nights to White Stripes video appreciation night. Whoever you are, whatever you dig, there is sure to be at least one day of the week that'll get you revved up and ready to cut a rug. Tuesday is video appreciation night (music videos and $1.25 drinks); Wednesday is electro-industrial madness (DJ Riccer and $2 cocktails); Thursday is Vicious Pink with alternating New Wave and synth pop (DJs Melissa Emily and pinknoise and drink specials all night); Friday it's alternative retro (DJ Bradd and $1 Labatt Blue specials); Saturday hear alternative dance music from the '80s, '90s and now (DJ Bill, $1 drink specials every 30 minutes).

Eve Doster is the listings editor of Metro Times. Send comments to edoster@metrotimes.com.

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