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The glow band live - Dining, Dancing, and Fun
Ongoing Each Friday Beginning Friday, August 29, 2014.

The GLOW ballroom is North Atlanta's newest music venue and dance hall. It is the Friday night home for the band GLOW, well known for phenomenal vocals, clear harmony, note-perfect music and clear, bright sound. Fronted by FOUR excellent singers, GLOW performs classic songs in every genre imaginable old standards, 60s, 70s, 80s, disco, beach, RandB, swing, line dances, southern rock, and current hits. GLOW does them all to perfection. This band is all about fun, engaging the audience, and getting everyone up and dancing. DJ from 7:00p.m. GLOW starts at 9:00. $10 cover.
Times:7:00 PM
Where:Glow Ballroom (located behind Nemoe's restaurant)
6025 Peachtree Parkway
Norcross GA 30092
Additional Info:Website: www.TheGlowBand.com
Phone: 770-263-7101

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