Holiday party nights


Compared to Halloween, Christmas doesn't have a big rep as a party night for clubs. But if you know where to look — like right here. Here's a quick rundown of holiday throwdowns from Thursday, December 14 through Wednesday, December 20. Stay tuned for more. ROCK Fri., December 15 Gypsy and Christmas party Wexler's Tavern and Eatery 4555 State Rd. Fri., December 15 Toys for Tots benefit and PBR finals, with Nick Wolff & the Homosexual Mannerismz, Drop Nation, Curtis Starr, Dan Brenner, and Brendan Kelley Hi-Fi Concert Club 11729 Detroit Ave. Lakewood HIP-HOP Sat., December 16 Illstyle Rockers' Ninth Annual Christmas Jam Lime Spider 207 S. Main St. Akron JAZZ Bill Rudman: A Christmas Cabaret Sun., December 17, 7p.m. (SOLD OUT) Mon., December 18, 7pm Tue., December 19, 7pm Price: $20 Nighttown 12387 Cedar Rd. Cleveland Hts. CABARET & GENTLEMEN'S (Santa's helpers sit on your lap) Fri., December 15 Chriswtmas party bash, with complimentary buffet 12820 Brookpark Rd. GAY & LESBIAN Sat., December 16 Mikel's Christmas pageeant, with Ingy and many more Adams Street 77 N. Adams St. Akron Sat., December 16 Christmas party, with buffet and Ramona West Cocktails Cleveland 9208 Detroit Ave. Sat., December 16 Christmas show, with Denise Russell Cocktails/Daddy's (Akron) 1009 S. Main St. Akron Iron Eagles' Very Leather Christmas Sat., December 16 Crew 304 Cherry Ave. NE Canton


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