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The Snooze Theater

798 Tenth St.
West Palm Beach, FL 33403
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South Florida indie bandmates CJ Jankow and Jordan Pettingill from Cop City Chill Pillars and Love Handles have secured their own multiuse venue and bar to throw shows and clubnights in. Inside you'll find a wide open space that literally and figuratively caters to the young creative community. Between open mic nights, youtube playlist nights, and live shows by local and touring acts, The Snooze Theater is open to new ideas.

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