850 E Wickenburg Way
Wickenburg, AZ 85390
Phone: (928) 684-5461
Fax: (928) 684-1118
Set your night on fire by coming to Chilly Bombers, the popular club that assures you the time of your life in Glendale. Their indoor and outdoor seating keeps all happy, while the bartenders do a super job with mixing cocktails. DJ's know their music for sure as can be seen by the crowds who can't stop dancing. Sports screenings are also common here. Chilly Bombers is perfect to have a fun evening with a group of friends.
About 65 miles Southwest of Sedona you will find this gaming goldmine that lies in the little pine-covered city of Prescott. Owned by the Yavapai-Prescott tribe, you may play 24-hours a day, with live-action poker, bingo, keno and 300 slots. Gaze at the lovely views and listen to live music in the Eagle's Nest Lounge, then on to fine dining at the Thumb Butte Dining Room. Stay overnight at the deluxe Prescott Resort, which is adjacent to the casino, or golf at the Prescott Lakes Golf Club.
Q-Lounge could have been passed off as just another nightclub if not for the spacious, dual dance floors, electrifying music and the nightly events. Located in North Pheonix, the club covers a variety of dance music ranging from Latin to hip hop. If you are in a group and looking for edge while partying, then opt for the VIP spaces and bottle service. Order a round of shots and let the music move you; don't forget to call ahead and reserve your spot.
Twist the night away at this rocking 50s dance club. The DJ spins a mean mix of music from the 50s through the 70s interspersed with Karaoke. Great drink specials are offered every night, and dance contests every weekend award prizes for best Jitterbug, Twist, Limbo and Dirty Dancing. Monday nights are reserved for football with a free food buffet. Pictures of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe hang between shots of beautiful vintage cars. The DJ spins his tunes from the back of a pink Cadillac parked on the dance floor. Life Magazine covers from the 50s and 60s cover one full wall, and there are a couple dartboards and some dart supplies in one corner. Bring cash. Credit cards are not accepted.
The Buffalo Chip Saloon has been serving up some of Cave Creek's tastiest burgers, the crunchiest cacti and coldest beers since 1951. Ever wanted to eat like a cowboy on the range? How about a cup of coffee and some sycamores? This saloon, however is not just about burgers and beers, as it also hosts live country music 7 days a week. So gear up and be ready for a great time just like the cowboys do. Yee-haw!
Complete entertainment is what comes to mind when you think of Loft Again because there is just so much to do here! This place is a local favorite with a variety of events taking place every night at very reasonable entry rates. Live music, open-mic nights as well as foosball, bingo, poker and pool tournaments are just some of the fun specials organized here. The more inventive nights such as Tuesday Night Songo, a combination of music trivia and bingo, simply draw crowds looking a fun night in the city.
This neighborhood hangout is home to a friendly crowd of blue jean wearing, fun loving folk. Find a DJ or live musicians on Friday and Saturdays and there is even room to twirl to the tunes. Sports memorabilia and mirrors make up most of the decor. There are a couple of tall tables, but most of the crowd bellies up to the bar or shoots on the pair of pool tables. Occasionally you will find a bite to eat, but food is not served regularly.
Club 602 is meant for all who are in the city and in the mood to party and chill. The comfy and relaxed ambiance will put you at ease and just wash your blues or grays away. Check it out.
Despite being a gay-friendly club, Charlie's is open to all looking to dance the night away. Move to the thumping tunes and country music mixed by the resident DJs each night at the club. Themed nights include drag shows, go-go boys and after-hour parties held throughout the week. The club has a friendly vibe and a drink menu of beer and cocktails fuel your time here. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Situated on the North 7th Avenue, Char's Has The Blues has been entertaining its bunch of regulars for a long time now. Although it does serve a choice of drinks, everything else takes a back seat once the music starts. The bar schedules a series of Blues, RnB and funk concerts as well as jam sessions every night of the week that keep you entertained. It's list of past performers include the famous The Kenny Gee Project and the Soul Power Band. Walk in here anytime of the week for a great night out with friends, a romantic date, or just by yourself.
Located on North Central Avenue in North Phoenix, Kobalt is a popular karaoke bar and nightclub catering to the city's fun-loving, after-work crowd. Music videos continuously play on Kobalt's big screen but if you happen to be here on a Tuesday or Sunday, then gulp down your drink and choose from a collection of karaoke tunes to belt out. Let the wonderful cocktails be your fuel as you walk up to the stage and let loose. The gay-friendly bar welcomes everyone looking for a great night out with Friday night happy hours considered to be the best in town offering great discounts and deals on drinks.
Rhythm Room was chosen as one of the Top Twenty Blues Venues in the USA by Blues Review Magazine and has won Best Blues Club by local Phoenix periodicals countless times. This musical hot spot has featured headline acts by greats such as Deke Dickerson and Bob Margolin. Legendary guitarist Guitar Shorty, the man who taught Jimi Hendrix to play the guitar with his teeth, is a frequent performer. Top names in rock circles, from Deerhoof to The Spinto Band, also make this place their stop when in Phoenix. Pictures framed Blues legends cover the walls but the main attraction is always the stage. Great seats everywhere with tiny tables big enough for a couple of cocktails and a light bite. Sunnyside Barbecue is served Friday and Saturday nights.