New club night Create at Venue 578 brings in Sunday Service to help you curate your own experience

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It's been a minute since Venue 578 had a weekly large-scale dance night, but Alliance Events, the team that curated the beloved, bygone Ignition night in the same space, returns this week with a new concept: Create. With a focus on providing four different areas, each devoted to different subgenres of dance music, the idea is to "create" your own experience. Whether you're into tech house, trap, dubstep, drum & bass or just straight-up classic house, you'll find a spot to find your groove in. For this premier edition of the weekly night, Alliance is bringing in some pretty big regional names with Atlanta's Sunday Service headlining the main stage and Tampa sample-loving dubstep producer Midnight Tyrannosaurus headlining the "Bassment." It's certainly too early to tell if Create will maintain this level of talent every week, but it's off to an auspicious start.



with Sunday Service, Midnight Tyrannosaurus, Landis LaPace, Alex Wood and more | 10 p.m. Thursday, July 14 | Venue 578, 578 N. Orange Ave. | venue578.com | $5-$10


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