EDM club Black Box will replace Quixote’s True Blue Cafe

Bid your bittersweet farewell to 20-year-old dead-head hangout Quixote’s True Blue Cafe. Tonight marks the last show.

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Quixote’s True Blue. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Bid your bittersweet farewell to 20-year-old dead-head hangout Quixote’s True Blue Cafe. Tonight marks the last show before it shutters to make room for … a new EDM club.

(Surprise!)

Dubstep production company Sub.Mission made the announcement on Facebook Monday. An electronic music club called Black Box will fill Quixote’s former 13th Avenue location, beginning with a launch party Nov. 19.

On its website, Black Box is described as the “the headquarters for Colorado’s underground music scene,” although it will be joining the ranks of pre-existing electronic music bars and venues like Beta, Bar Standard, Milk and Vinyl.

As for Quixote’s, the last ever show will feature an appropriately funky Pink Floyd/Talking Heads/Phish cover band, Pink Talking Fish at 8:00 p.m. Monday.

Multimedia business & healthcare reporter Chloe Aiello can be reached via email at caiello@denverite.com or twitter.com/chlobo_ilo.

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