30 Yrs of Clubculture.. Bronx/Rev/Lush/Starlite
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The history of the The Starlite Room began as The Old Citadel built in Downtown Edmonton one block south of Jasper Avenue, the main artery of the city. The brick building was originally formed as a "citadel" (church or place of worship) for the Salvation Army. By 1965 it was converted into the first venue of the Citadel Theatre company, with the company taking its name from the name of the building. After the company moved to a new purpose-built theatre building on Churchill Square in 1978, the building was converted into a concert hall named The BRONX. It hosted a variety of concerts including then unknown American bands Nirvana and Green Day. In 1993 the Bronx changed to the Rev Cabaret and Lush, and in 2003 the Rev closed and was reopened as The Starlite Room in 2004.
STAY TUNED FOR MORE EVENTS AND CELEBRATIONS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR!
Czech - Headliner
Old Bitch - ambient music all night @ Revival
Poppa Squatz B2B Kurtis Shultz
The Starlite Room
10030 102 St NW
Edmonton, AB, T5J 0V6