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Beauty Bar Dressing Up As Shuttered Teen Club Zero Gravity For Halloween

By Mina Bloom | October 25, 2017 5:26pm | Updated on October 25, 2017 5:27pm
 Zero Gravity may have closed its doors last year, but memories of the foam and strobe lights live on.
Zero Gravity may have closed its doors last year, but memories of the foam and strobe lights live on.
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WEST TOWN — Beauty Bar is going with a nostalgia-fueled Halloween costume this year.

From Friday till Sunday, the West Town bar at 1444 W. Chicago Ave. will transform into Zero Gravity, the trashy suburban teen nightclub that was a hangout for many millennials who grew up in the suburbs.

Until it closed last year, the Naperville club was basically a no-booze, dance party paradise for sweaty teens ages 16 to 24 for more than 20 years.

Beauty Bar will pay tribute to the nightclub with '90s jams all three nights: "Bump n Grindcore - Jock Jams Edition" on Friday night, "Another '90s Halloween Party" on Saturday night and "Emo vs Pop Punk" on Sunday night.

Unlike the original Zero Gravity, booze will be served, which means the events are only for people 21+.

Oh, and expect free glow sticks (duh).