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The Napervile venue, '''The 105''', opened up in the late 2010s from the creator of [The Waiting Room]. The 105 became a regular host of many local punk bands in the western suburbs such as CherryHead, The Magnifiers, Who Knows, The Big Cheese, The Disaffections, and more. After a few months, it was clearly one of the busiest small punk venues in the suburbs.
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The Napervile venue, '''The 105''', opened up in the late 2010s from the creator of [[The Waiting Room]]. The 105 became a regular host of many local punk bands in the western suburbs such as CherryHead, The Magnifiers, Who Knows, The Big Cheese, The Disaffections, and more. After a few months, it was clearly one of the busiest small punk venues in the suburbs.

Latest revision as of 17:39, 13 February 2020

The Napervile venue, The 105, opened up in the late 2010s from the creator of The Waiting Room. The 105 became a regular host of many local punk bands in the western suburbs such as CherryHead, The Magnifiers, Who Knows, The Big Cheese, The Disaffections, and more. After a few months, it was clearly one of the busiest small punk venues in the suburbs.