Music Box Supper Club Celebrates One-Year Anniversary with End of Summer Luau

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Music Box Supper Club celebrates its one-year anniversary this weekend with a free end-of-summer luau that takes place at 6 p.m. on Sunday. The Music Box has been a nice addition to Cleveland's terrific mix of live music venues. Acts such as former Cream drummer Ginger Baker, singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams, punk rockers X and alt-rock heroes Cracker have all played the club. And that's not to mention the slew of local acts that have played there as well. For Sunday's party, local singer-songwriter Chris Hatton will perform and there will be surf n’ turf kabobs and drink specials. Longboard beer flights will be available for purchase too.

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