Nov. 16 is the beginning of a new and ongoing event at Bevy, a nightclub located near River North in Chicago. Starting at 10 p.m. on every Friday, Bevy is hosting Music Therapy, where nothing matters but the music.
"No bottles, no ego; just great music and room to dance," Zoe Gainey of Bevy said.
Music Therapy is a night created by people who love music for people who love music. The format is strictly dance and includes the various forms of the house, as well as trap and dubstep. To make the most out of the party, all bottle service furniture will be moved out of the way to make room for a dance floor.
"Every week the DJs are mysteries: their names won't be revealed, and they'll be playing in masks," Gainey said. "So ... who knows?"
Each Friday, Music Therapy will simply be an awesome party with no typical commercial music formatting. Instead of playing the redundant top 40 dance hits, the music will be new and exciting and there will be plenty of space to dance.
While the Music Therapy Party is an ongoing Friday night bash, Bevy has a special Black Wednesday event in store as well on November 21st. With DJ Mozoroff and Danger Wayne spinning, this will be a night no partygoer wants to miss. Pure Soul is hosting the event, and entry is free before midnight with RSVP.
For more information about any of Bevy’s events, call 312-300-4883, view the River North club on the Web at www.BevyChicago.com or visit 215 W. Ontario St. in Chicago.
This River North club, which opened in 2012, boasts that it gives the feel of a "chic Aspen cabin." It offers an extensive list of bottle service items and DJs from across the country. Bevy is open Thursdays and Fridays, from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.; and Saturdays, from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Recommended attire is dressy and reservations are available.