Difference between revisions of "Centro-American Social Club"

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* April 29, [[1983]] - Minor Threat, MDC, [[Articles of Faith]], [[Rights of the Accused]], [[End Result]], The Audience
 
* April 29, [[1983]] - Minor Threat, MDC, [[Articles of Faith]], [[Rights of the Accused]], [[End Result]], The Audience
* November 4, 1983 - [[Naked Raygun]], Articles of Faith, [[Big Black]], [[Savage Beliefs]]
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* Early July, 1983 - The Big Boys, [[Savage Beliefs]]
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* November 4, 1983 - [[Naked Raygun]], Articles of Faith, [[Big Black]], Savage Beliefs
  
 
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Revision as of 18:04, 11 May 2018

The Centro-American Social Club was one of the top all-ages venues in Chicago throughout the 80s. Started by Vic Bondi around 1983 in a search for a place that would caters to all ages, the Centro-American Social Club (located around Irving Park and Broadway) soon became the top spot for cheap, booze free shows to punk rockers of all ages.

Address

  • 4003 N. Broadway (Just north of Irving Park)

Notable Shows