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High Dive Offers New, ‘Unlimited’ Options

By master · December 12th, 2011 · No Comments

Fremont’s High Dive has been one of the neighborhood’s top music venues for some time now. Now the space is expanding it’s artistic offerings while also giving people a chance to experience it all at a very affordable price.

Along with bands and musical performances, High Dive will now be featuring various acts, including slam poetry, lounge acts, movie nights, charity shows and more. The venue will also now participate in Fremont First Friday ArtWalk, which takes place the first Friday of every month (hence the name, duh).

The new and improved High Dive Kitchen is now open for business. They’re offering a $5 menu from 4pm – 2am. with a selection of salads, stews, fish & chips, sliders, sweet potato fries and more. That also includes $3 drafts, $4 well drinks and $5 glasses of wine.

The best deal of all is their new 30 Day Unlimited Pass, which sells for $20. While individual events range from $5 – $10 covers, folks can save some serious cash and attend as many events as they like for 30 days with the pass. The pass is renewable when it runs out and the 30-day period is from first-usage, not date-of-purchase.

You’ll have a chance to check out the new and improved High Dive at some of their upcoming events, including a New Years Eve Show, featuring Ian McFeron and Fortune Dwellers ($20 advanced on site, $25 at door) and a Christmas Even event with a Best Ugly Sweater contest.

Check out the rest of the High Dive’s upcoming schedule here. High Dive is 21+.

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