Middlebury Underground: Hometown Heroes

by on January 13, 2008

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Lovechild and Phil Harmonix.
Wonger and Traktor

Miss those days of chilling in Freeman’s ski-lodge-esque underground, drinking beers under the table and having food fights on Friday finger-food nights? Well thanks to Middlebury ’08 entrepreneurs Glenn (Gameface) Bickley and Dave Campbell, you can now return to the underground of FIC, only this time you’ll be dancing your face off.

After two successful Friday nights in the now renovated former Cook dining hall, former Xanadu (whose idea was that?), The Bunker has established itself as a sanctuary (somehow) from liquor inspectors and lame college noise policies. Every Friday, the Bunker is open from 10pm-2am with drinks served until 1am and heady dance tracks playing all the way until the end. There is no cover charge, so come out to support Middlebury kids partying all the way until 2 in the morning!

2 Responses to “Middlebury Underground: Hometown Heroes”

  1. Ward says:

    long live Xanadu.

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