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CULTURE VULTURE’S DELIGHT


SBMA’s successful third season of Nights prepares to go out with bang this evening, Thursday, September 21, with Bacchanal Beats, a night of pure revelry inspired by the decadence of the Greek god of wine, art, and partying. Part rock ritual, part multi-media installation, the event will include an electronica deejay, a host of live musicians, a feasting table, and liberal libations, all in a modern-day homage to an ancient tradition. It’ll be a Night to remember, if you can.

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