Therapy Cafe hosts a Silent Disco at 452 E 3rd St. in downtown Dayton monthly. The event is best described as a party for one, in a room of hundreds -- all you have to do is set your headphones and dance! The concept started in bigger cities and has been a traveling hit at large music festivals like Bonnaroo. TOM GILLIAM / CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER
Photo: Tom Gilliam
Photo: Tom Gilliam

Concert by soon-to-retire DJ now a benefit for tornado relief efforts

Terry Mullan’s last show in Dayton, and possibly Ohio, will be for a great cause. The American DJ who became popular in the 1990s is putting on a concert Friday at Therapy Cafe. Proceeds will go toward helping the city recover from the tornadoes that hit the area on Memorial Day. 

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Money collected at the door will be donated to the Dayton Food Bank. The venue will still honor the tiered pricing (see cost information below), but would appreciate payment of the full $10 per person. People also have the option to bring in a canned good or non-perishable food item to help benefit a family in need. 

 

Born in Chicago and now residing in San Francisco, Mullan fuses styles of house music and club/dance to create a funky, unique sound that can get anyone up and dancing. He has supplied music for raves as far as Australia and Japan, and has garnered a following of faithful fans throughout his career. He will be retiring at the end of the year, so this could be your last chance to catch him live.

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Hosted by Illuminator, this event promises to not only be a fun time on the dance floor, but a chance to help others in need. 

WANT TO GO?

WHAT: Terry Mullan Dayton Tornado Benefit concert

WHERE: Therapy Cafe, 452 E. Third St., Dayton

WHEN: Doors open at 9 p.m. Friday, May 31

COST: $10, two for $15, $5 with 2019 Movement Wristband

INFO: Facebook

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