Dayton Arcade’s underground performance space features a reggae band on Thursday

The Luv Locz Experiment, a reggae band, will perform in The Tank – Inspired by CenterPoint Energy on Thursday, July 28. Doors open at 8 p.m. for ages 18 and up. There is a $10 cover charge.

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“We’re just trying to make it a community engagement piece where people can interact with the artists and each other,” Baugham said. “It’s probably going to be the most intimate musical experience you’ll have in Dayton.”

Patrons will be able to purchase drinks and snacks from the bar, with all proceeds going to attract more local artists to the space, Baugham said.

The Tank – Inspired by CenterPoint Energy, an underground event and performance space located in the Dayton Arcade, invites audiences to listen to local artists in a new series of events called “After the Levitt”. TOM GILLIAM / COLLABORATING PHOTOGRAPHER

Credit: Tom Gilliam

Credit: Tom Gilliam

The Tank – Inspired by CenterPoint Energy, an underground event and performance space located in the Dayton Arcade, invites audiences to listen to local artists in a new series of events called “After the Levitt”. TOM GILLIAM / COLLABORATING PHOTOGRAPHER

Credit: Tom Gilliam

Credit: Tom Gilliam

He described the space as having a “Blade Runner” and “futuristic” vibe.

“I really can’t wait for people to be absolutely smitten with the location because it’s super cool and there’s nothing quite like it in Dayton,” Baugham said.

ExploreThe Tank, Dayton’s underground space for events and performances

Anyone interested in attending the show can access the space through a large glass box resembling a subway entrance at 39 W. Fourth Street.

Baugham also said artists are booked for Thursday, August 4 and Thursday, August 11.

The entrance doors to the lower level of the Dayton Arcade in The Tank – Inspired by CenterPoint Energy. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

The entrance doors to the lower level of the Dayton Arcade in The Tank - Inspired by CenterPoint Energy.  CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

The entrance doors to the lower level of the Dayton Arcade in The Tank – Inspired by CenterPoint Energy. CORNELIUS FROLIK / STAFF

Cultural worksa local arts and culture advocacy organization, is the venue manager for The Tank – Inspired by CenterPoint Energy.

For more information or to find out about upcoming events, visit Culture Works at instagram, Facebook or at www.cultureworks.org.