Club Dada Announces First String of Shows At Renovated Space Set to Open on New Year's Eve

We've been following Club Dada's progress fairly closely ever since City Tavern owner Josh Florence and some investors announced plans to buy and renovate the iconic Deep Ellum venue.

Florence, you may recall, was set to open the club back in November, but due to some "red tape," was forced to postpone the club's grand re-opening -- which brings us to this weekend, where Club Dada plans to celebrate New Year's Eve with a grand opening party featuring Telegraph Canyon, Air Review and Smile Smile.

But, judging by the above photo, posted today on Club Dada's Facebook page, there's still a lot of work to do before they open their doors on Friday night. Honestly, we wouldn't be surprised if there's still paint drying during that show's sound check.

Nevertheless, the show must go on. In fact, the folks at Dada have already listed a handful of shows coming to the space in the next few weeks. Check those out after the jump.

Saturday, January 1: Lalagray, Sundress, Comrade
Saturday, January 8: Fever In The Funkhouse
Saturday, January 15: Hoyotoho, Damaged Good$, Gallery Cat, Data Howler
Thursday, January 20: Rodney Parker, J. Charles
Sunday, January 23: Moondoggies, Quiet Life
Wednesday, January 26: Ghost of Blind Lemon Presents: Rahim Quazi, Room Sounds
Friday, January 28: Salim Nourallah, Chris Holt, Monco Poncho
Friday, February 4 - Baths, Braids, Star Slinger
Saturday, February 5: Seryn CD Release
Friday, February 11: The O's CD Release, Danny Balis, The Orbans
Saturday, February 12: Greg Schroeder CD Release
Thursday, February 24: Lucero

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