Grand Central's Grand Opening Thursday

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Where the train tracks meet Miami nightlife.
​If you skipped out on getting a look at Miami's newest mid-size music venue/nightclub Grand Central during Winter Music Conference, you'll finally get a chance to check it out this week. The venue officially opens this Thursday, with DJ sets by Paco, Sebastian Puga, and Mike Deuce, along with live performances by the Spam Allstars and Modernage.

The party will also celebrate the release of BlackBook's City Guide to Miami iPhone app featuring Miami hotspots and choice picks by the Poplife crew. There will also be complimentary Stoli cocktails from 8 to 10 p.m.

But the best thing is everyone is welcome to join the celebration. Just RSVP to info@grandcentralmiami.com to get on the list.

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