First AvenueMinneapolis, MN • June 7, 2012
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Studio 54 was a popular and world renowned nightclub from 1977 until 1981 when it was sold by founders and creators Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager.
"The fans there are amazing. They've been with me, as I've grown in the last several years, and they always inspire me." – Markus Schulz
Max's Kansas City closed in 1974, and currently is home to the delicious Bread & Butter breakfast spot. A popular hangout for artists in the '60s and the epicenter of the early '70s glam rock scene.
Tunnel was a nightclub opened in December 1986 at the cost of $5 million by Eli Dayan – the founder of Bonjour Jeans – in a space which was formerly a railroad freight terminal.