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CULT Dance Party at Berlin comes to an end Jan 31

Stardust presents: 3 year anniversary, which will be the Last CULT Ever!


CULT in saying hello to  a solid 3 years,  yet goodbye to the monthly
dance party that united an eclectic mix of Chicago seapunks, goth kids
and Internet celebrities under one roof!

Since 2010, CULT has brought you up-and-coming artists from around the world,
highlighting local talent, live acts, DJs, and hosts from the underground’s finest. It is built around combining indie qualities to a
mainstream atmosphere.

Overthe past 3 years CULT has been the first to introduce you to notable
national acts such as OoOoo, Picture Plane, Teengirl Fantasy, Brenmar,
GHE20 GOTH1K, Chippy Nonstop, AB Soto, Ultrademon, Zombelle, Alexis
Penney, Le1f, Mykki Blanco, Beni, Lil Internet, and Plastic Plates. Plus
appearances by White Mystery, Maluca, Lady Fag, Judi & Kristen from
Bad Girls Club, Jessica Wild & JuJubee from Rupauls Drag Race, and
even Lady Starlight from the Lady Gaga’s camp. Plus so many more!

The last CULT (January 31st 2013) will boast a live set by LA’s
“post-apocalyptic Lil’ Kim”, Brooke Candy (Chicago Debut), and DJ sets
by Jesse St. John (Chicago Debut) with residents Teen Witch Fan Club
& Matt -Matt. Hosted by Zombelle, Molly Soda, 

Clairy Pear, & the Stardust crew.

Forthe last time ever, come dressed up in all colors shapes and sizes, and
embrace this much-needed entity in Nu Chicago nightlife. Stardust will
continue every Thursday, however this will be CULT’s last dance.

Drink specials: $1 Select Shots / $3 Bacardi Bombs /

$5 “Tropical Sex” pints / $2 PBR / $5.50 42 Below


Photos by ASL http://asl-media.com
RSVP for no cover: http://do312.com/Stardust
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CULT.BERLIN
Doors open at 10pm.

“‘[CULTis] one of the only places in Chicago where you’ll hear a SALEM track
mixed into a tribal mix of [Willow Smith’s] ‘Whip My Hair’ along with
juke, bitch tracks, acid, Drone, UK funky and house.’ Mixing emerging
dance styles with a hint of pop, CULT has lived up to its name, often
drawing capacity crowds.”
Time Out Magazine

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