GETTING OUT: Where to Party in Worcester
Thursday, September 20, 2012
The Dive Bar
34 Green Street
A trendy local hot-spot with an outstanding variety of handcrafted beers, The Dive Bar is certainly a great place to spend a weekend night. Though there has been a bit of a chill in the air, you can still hang out on the back patio with all your friends, both old and new.
Lucky Dog Music Hall
89 Green Street
The Lucky Dog is one of the top venues in Worcester for live music, and there always seems to be a great local act on stage. The Flock of A-Holes, an 80's cover band with attitude, rocks the joint nearly every Thursday. But, no matter what night you stop in, there is sure to be something rocking on stage.
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DCU Center on Saturday, September 22nd
You have to be at least 18-years-old to attend this Saturday event, which has been referred to as "the world's biggest foam party." The floor of the DCU Center will fill with foam as DJs spin and laser lights shoot out from all directions during this wild party. Be warned, this bash is not for the faint of heart.
455 Park Avenue
There is always something great on tap at Wormtown Brewery. With a ton of beers brewed in house, great food and a friendly bar staff, Wormtown is an excellent spot to hang out with a group. Or, cozy up to the bar and make some new friends.
261 Main Street
The Main Street music icon of Worcester brings a variety of concerts to the city nearly every weekend. With a full bar and "first-come, first-serve" seating, show up early for some drinks, and stay for whatever kind of music you love.
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