7/4: Sparkle City Disco at Basement East

Put on your red shoes and dance the blues because Sparkle City Disco, renamed Sparkler City Disco for this patriotic celebration, is celebrating America’s 242th birthday this 4th of July at The Basement East.

Most recently, the ’70s-inspired DJ group kept the Bonnaroovians dancing all through the night at this year’s festival, and got their Pride on at Woolworth’s on 5th.  And Editor in Chief Charlie Hickerson dubbed them Nashville’s go-to disco bacchanal in our most current issue. Do you need any more convincing?

The 4th of July show is going from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. alongside Earthbound Sound and Hustle & Bump at The Basement East.

Find more celebration information here.

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