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TEEN CLUBS

 

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  1. The largest and First Teen Dance & Interactive Festival in the USA. Kicking off This Summer for all teens ages 13-18. 5 Mega Arena of Fun includes: The dance party is a complete beat mixed video show hosted by our own video jockey, acclaimed National Artists DYLA, spinning the latest Top 40, EDM, Hip Hop, R&B and more! 4 Other Arena fill with live interactive shows from Bongo Ball Mania, Zorb 360, Xbox Domination Extreme, and American Popstar and Headliners, with more TBA

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  2. Anyone remember the “Blue Pooh” teen club in Kalamazoo? It was one of the very early rock clubs in the area. I think another local club was the Cheetah. I was in a band (“The Keystones”) out of Kalamazoo and we used to play the “Pooh” and many other clubs in the area in the mid 60s.

  3. “Belding Rockton” located in Belding.Not on the list from the 50’s.

  4. The Skyliner in Dowagiac Michigan and Shadowland Ballroom in St Joe should be added.

  5. Shannon Sironen says:

    Club 911 on Alpine~Was once Top of the Rock (which I see on the list)

  6. Victoria says:

    If you can track down information on “The Teenage Nightclub” there would be a wealth of information (it wasn’t just for teens – maybe not for teens at all). It was run by Ulysses Champion on Division Street in Grand Rapids. I believe the building used to be a Sayfee’s Restaurant and most recently it was Club Azucar (700 block of Division). Lots of local and national acts appeared there. Remember those orange posters with the big black blocky letters? Fun stuff.

  7. Dick Kandalec says:

    The L.C. Walker Arena actually had The Annex attached to it where lots of bands played. I played there back in late 1967 in a Battle of the Bands with The Village Gayte (see under Bands).

  8. julian casarez says:

    I saw 7 venues that we played at.Some were frequent some,not so much.

  9. STEVE EDGE says:

    A couple long gone teen clubs in Muskegon were The Gilhickey located in the basement of The First Congregational Church and The Sandbox on Western Ave.

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