Detroit's Marble Bar celebrates 4 years of dance and debauchery with a 10-hour party and Moodymann

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Here’s a challenge: Do you think you can party for 10 hours? Well, it might be a lot easier to maintain momentum with Detroit’s enigmatic house and techno beatmaker Moodymann behind the decks, as part of Marble Bar’s four-year anniversary blowout.

For night one of the versatile venue’s 10-hour birthday bash, Marble Bar has enlisted Berlin’s Dana Ruh and Roi Perez, and Detroit mixers Dez Andres, Rick Wilhite, DJ Holographic, and, of course, Moodymann. The patio will have a barbecue in the evening with music from Detroit’s Phat Phil Cooper, and Blair French and Mira Fahrenheit out of NYC. Night two will offer a 13-hour party with sounds by Elle Ellien, Luke Vibert, Prefuse73, Soundmurderer, K-HAND, and more.



Doors open at 6 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 20, and 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 21; 1501 Holden St., Detroit; residentadvisor.com. Cover is $10-$20.



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