6259 N. College Avenue,
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Opened on June 18, 1938 and originally seating 767, the Art Moderne style Vogue Theatre in Indianapolis' now-trendy Broad Ripple neighborhood hasn’t been a movie house since the 1970’s, but is still packing them in in its current role, as one of the city’s most popular nightclubs, the Vogue.
The exterior still retains its old-fashioned movie house appearance, complete with a large neon marquee, but inside, it has been almost entirely made over.
The club also hosts live performances by big-name artists such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tori Amos, and Todd Rundgren, as well as local bands. Most nights, however, you’ll most likely be hearing a DJ spinning everything from house to techno to retro disco to world music on the very packed dance floor.
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