Party clubs near me: 19 Cool Places to Party and Dance

19 Cool Places to Party and Dance

Photograph: Courtesy Big Night Entertainment GroupThe Grand

These lively night clubs are the perfect places to unwind and let loose


Disco or hip hop, yacht rock or ’80s blasts from the past, sometimes you just need to let loose and dance at the best clubs in Boston. If you’re looking for the hottest parties in town, our nightlife scene doesn’t miss a beat. Lineups of big name DJs, dancing and themed nights raise the energy level and create a buzzing vibe at these local hotpots. Fuel up for your evening by starting out with a meal at the best restaurants in Boston. Late night followed by a late morning? Check out our list of the best brunches in Boston to recuperate.

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Photograph: Courtesy Big Night Entertainment Group

1. The Grand

  • Nightlife
  • Clubs
  • Seaport District

Big Night Entertainment Group is behind the city’s most high-end nightlife experience: 12,000 square feet of stylish fun, located smack dab in the middle of the bustling Seaport. Custom content from Steve Aoki’s VJ and animation team keeps the crowds engaged, as do the state-of-the-art kinetic light system and 70-foot LED wall that wraps around the dance floor. Keep an eye out for international chart-topping DJs and celeb performers like Shaquille O’Neal.

Photograph: Jen Grygiel


 Club Café

  • Bars
  • Back Bay
  • price 2 of 4

Boston’s long-standing restaurant, piano bar, cabaret space and dance club will satisfy whatever nightlife craving you’re dealing with. As an institution within the city’s LGBTQ scene since it opened in 1983, its glossy interior has become a place where friends old and new gather each week. Regulars spring for a special club membership ($50 annually) to waive cover fees on club nights and get discounts on meals.


Photograph: Courtesy Encore Boston Harbor

3. Mémoire at Encore Boston Harbor

  • Things to do

You’ll make major memories—or won’t remember a thing, depending on the night—at this Big Night Entertainment Group nightclub located within the Encore Boston Harbor. Featuring some of the world’s top DJs and super sophisticated interiors, this spot is one of the classiest nightlife options around the city. And because it’s situated inside this huge casino complex in Everett, it serves as the perfect way to cap off a night of gambling and high-end dining.

4. Alibi Bar and Lounge

  • Restaurants
  • American
  • West End

Located within the old Charles Street Jail and the now Liberty Hotel, this ultra-trendy spot is the place to see and be seen when you’re spending a night out on the town. On the inside, Alibi stays on brand with nods to the building’s criminal past, like its brick walls and cell doors. Couches are strewn about the space, so you and your crew can collapse with a drink and watch all of the beautiful people pass by. While this lounge isn’t a full-on club like the venues you’d find in the Theater District, it does feature bumping beats from live DJs every Thursday through Saturday, and there’s plenty of room for you to get down and dance.


Photograph: Sara Skolnick



  • Nightlife
  • Clubs
  • Theater District

Royale has been known for big bashes since its past life as the Roxy. The club hosts nationally celebrated musical acts, calling all those cool club kids here on weekends to dance the night away. The massive room has a grand stage, an elegant marble foyer, cushy seating nooks, a fantastic sound system and light show, VIP balconies and much, much more.

Photograph: Courtesy Middlesex Lounge

6. Middlesex Lounge

  • Nightlife
  • Clubs
  • Central Sq
  • price 2 of 4

At this eclectic spot near Central Square, DJs spin the best vintage hip-hop, classic electro and underground dance around. More of a lounge than a full-on nightclub, Middlesex has an ever-changing configuration; the room is filled with metal benches on wheels that can be artfully arranged for any number of events. Check with the venue to learn about electronic nights, queer dance parties and special guests.


Photograph: Big Night Entertainment Group/Chris Lavado

7. Big Night Live

  • Nightlife
  • West End

This glamorous music venue captures the essence of elegant music halls and supper clubs of the past—obviously, just with all of the modern bells and whistles. The space features luxury seating, beautiful decor, several bars, mezzanine viewing and VIP areas. A variety of concerts and events pack the calendar, offering ample opportunity to elevate your nightlife escapades.

8. Mariel

  • Restaurants
  • Cuban
  • Downtown
  • price 3 of 4

This lavish Cuban restaurant has emerged as one of the most Instagrammable spots in the city, thanks to its flaming rum drinks and drunken monkey wallpaper. But underneath all of that fancy food and elaborate cocktails found within its dining room is one of the coolest places to party in the city. Mariel Underground is a luxurious lounge hidden away in this restaurant’s basement, boasting just as beautiful decor as the main-level. This secret space totally turns it up every Thursday through Saturday, when live DJs work their spindoctor magic and people dance into the wee hours of the morning.


Photograph: Michael Ascanio Peguero

9. dbar

  • Bars
  • Gastropubs
  • Dorchester
  • price 3 of 4

This former Irish pub still boasts its dark wood interior, but now, it features a lengthy martini list and an upscale menu from chef Chris Coombs. After 10pm on the weekends, this restaurant turns on the smoke machines, lights and rib-shaking subwoofers, and suddenly, the space belongs to a lively, LGBTQ-friendly crowd singing karaoke and dancing the night away.

Photograph: Michael Ascanio Peguero

10. Phoenix Landing

  • Bars
  • Pubs
  • Central Sq

While some people know the Phoenix Landing as Cambridge’s busiest soccer bar, this space really comes alive at night, when its pub-like interior transforms into an old-school dance spot. The floor is tiny, but its catalog of tunes is huge. Keep an eye out for popular 80s nights, plus DJs spinning hip-hop, reggae, house, techno, new wave, dubstep and more.


Photograph: Kristopher Carter, courtesy Good Life

11. Good Life

  • Nightlife
  • Clubs
  • Downtown
  • price 2 of 4

Locals remember this Downtown Crossing spot as an ode to Sinatra and the swingin’ Rat Pack, but a family acquisition and major renovation turned it into a popular lunch and after-work haunt as well as a nighttime hotspot for club-goers and overall music lovers. With two floors and three bars, Good Life has rotating DJs every Friday and Saturday night until 2am, spinning everything from Afrobeats to disco, along with hip-hop, dub, electro and house nights.

12. Havana Club

Salsa and bachata are the dances of choice at this Cambridge nightclub. Evenings out at this Central Square spot are all about practicing your dance moves, feeling the rhythm and having a great time. Mondays and Tuesdays are alchohol-free to allow for an 18+ crowd, but every Thursday through Saturday is a straight-up dance party with full bar. Don’t worry about your skills or bringing a partner—a welcoming community of dancers is there to help you learn and lessons are available each evening before the party gets started.



Photograph: Alex Benn

13. Beehive

  • Bars
  • Lounges
  • South End
  • price 2 of 4

While The Beehive may not be the place to test out your twerking, it’s still very much a nightclub—just in the most mature and sophisticated sense of the word. This bohemian, jazz-centric supper club allows folks in search of the finer things to dine, drink and dance in a laid-back and dimly lit setting, where there’s neither a cover nor a dress code. While jazz is the main musical genre here, you can also expect blues, electronica, reggae, Latin, cabaret and burlesque.

14. Icon

  • Nightlife
  • Clubs
  • Theater District

Icon is a splashy, sassy venue, featuring more than 7,000 square-feet of space of pure hipness and state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems. On Friday and Saturday nights, DJs draw crowds, spinning a mash-up of Latin, house and hip hop jams.


Photograph: Courtesy Venu

15. Venu

  • Nightlife
  • Clubs
  • Theater District
  • price 4 of 4

Venu is known for sky-high cover charges and pricey drinks, but for club-goers who have the cash, entry is well worth it because a good time is pretty much guaranteed. Entourage Saturdays are the night to go here, so you should probably arrive early and dress to impress in order to improve your odds of getting in.

Photograph: Sam Balukonis, courtesy Hava

16. Hava

  • Clubs
  • Theater District

Part of Pasha Entertainment (of Venu and ICON fame), Hava delivers high-energy nightlife within the settings of a sultry lounge where you can sit back with beautiful people and sip tempting cocktails. Originally designed to be the ladies lounge and orchestra area to the Wilbur Theatre, this uniquely beautiful space is for weekends-only fun.


17. Tunnel

  • Nightlife
  • Clubs
  • Chinatown
  • price 3 of 4

As its name may imply, the W Hotel’s nightclub resembles a tunnel inside some sort of futuristic space vessel. Tunnel’s space is visually striking, with curvy couches, sleek decor and multi-colored lighting. The champagne menu is extensive and expensive, but there are plenty of other drinks far more reasonable in price than bottles of bubbly. Arrive early for a higher chance of getting in and, if you’re lucky, there’s sometimes a cheaper cover for early entry.

Photograph: Michael Ascanio Peguero

18. Bijou

  • Nightlife
  • Clubs
  • Chinatown
  • price 3 of 4

Bijou caters to an upscale, international crowd with a range of big-name DJs from around the world. Arrive early (around 10 or 11pm) if you don’t want to wait on line—or worse, not get in at all. The space is small and intimate, but often loud and crowded. Check the website for upcoming appearances by major acts.


19. Ned Devine’s Irish Pub

  • Bars
  • Pubs
  • Quincy Market
  • price 2 of 4

During the week, Ned Devine’s is just another Irish pub in Faneuil Hall, serving fish and chips, award-winning clam chowder, corned beef, Guinness onion soup and other Éire-inspired fare. But on the weekends, this massive, top-floor joint transforms into a popular club, where folks can find several bars, live music and dancing.

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    Top 10 Best Nightclubs in San Francisco & Bay Area [Updated 2023]

    Top 10 Best San Francisco Nightclubs

    Perhaps one of the most beautiful cities in California, San Francisco is known for more than just the Golden Gate Bridge and its iconic cable cars. This trendsetting city is known for always being the first at everything, from food trends, to fashion, and even entertainment. So is it any surprise that nightlife is no exception? In this city you’ll find a variety of dance and nightclubs for every type of person with every kind of music and mood. It doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for the best DJs, a place to groove to underground house, or an after hours dance club, San Francisco’s got it. Here’s our list of the best nightclubs in San Francisco right now:


    • Days Open: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
    • Music Type: EDM (Upstairs), Hip Hop (Downstairs)
    • Cover Charge: $8 – $50
    • Club Hours: 10:00 PM – 2:00 AM Thursdays; 10:00 PM – 4:00 AM Friday & Saturday
    • Discotech Perks: Promo code DISCO for $2 off tickets
    • Location: 540 Howard Street

    Temple Upcoming Events

    Temple Bottle Service

    Temple Tickets

    Temple Guest List

    Temple prides itself in being a space that is created by artists, for artists. Its entertainment and nightlife are unrivaled in San Francisco. At the club, guests will be able to experience awe-inspiring, fully immersive state of the art lighting, visuals, custom sound system, and multiple rooms of music. From room to room, and VIP booth to VIP booth, the clubgoers will be able to experience music played by world-class performers and internationally renowned DJs. Underneath the main floor is LVL 55, Temple’s futuristic, lower level which is complete with fifteen VIP tables, a custom-made DJ booth, and open-format sounds. LVL 55 elicits an underground party appeal for guests who prefer to venture away from the main room sound and allows them to have a more intimate nightlife experience.

    • Days Open: Friday and Saturday
    • Music Type: Deep House & Techno
    • Cover Charge: $20 – $40
    • Club Hours: 10:00 PM – 2:00 AM
    • Location: 316 11th St

    Audio Upcoming Events

    Audio Bottle Service

    Audio Tickets

    Audio Info & Pictures

    Located in the heart of San Francisco’s SOMA district, is Audio: one of the best mid-sized dance music venues in the world. Like Temple, Audio is also able to connect with its audience and give them exactly the type of experience they are looking for because it is a place that was designed by sound fanatics for sound fanatics. Audio had been specially curated to present a level of quality in both sound and musical talent unlike any other space to its visitors. Many international DJs already regard Audio as one of their favorite clubs with the best sound in San Francisco and Funktion One has chosen Audio to be the showcase venue for their immaculate system. With the world’s first Funktion One 3D surround system, flagship Funktion One speakers and a dynamic 3D lighting system, Audio is able to give their guests the perfect truly state-of-the-art immersive experience that combines the best sound, lighting and musical talent in an intimate setting. At Audio, clubgoers will also be able to talent such as the likes of Coyote Kisses, Foster the People, and more.

    The Grand

    • Days Open: Friday and Saturday
    • Music Type: Hip Hop, Top 40, and EDM
    • Cover Charge: Free – $30
    • Club Hours10:00 PM – 2:00 AM
    • Location: 520 4th Street

    The Grand Upcoming Events

    The Grand Bottle Service

    The Grand Tickets

    The Grand Guest List

    With it’s beautiful and classy décor, attractive and sophisticated interior, and a heap of production details, The Grand redefines nightclub entertainment in San Francisco. The club strives to bring the Las Vegas energy to the Bay Area with the high level of energy that can be found all over the club from its lavish VIP table seating to the five levels that are all available for clubgoers to get their partying on. At The Grand, the guests are sure to immerse themselves in the ultimate nightclub experience. With the high production budget and the emphasize that The Grand puts on its production and entertainment, guests will be able to enjoy a lux night out.

    1015 Folsom

    • Days Open: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
    • Music Type: Mostly EDM with some Hip Hop
    • Cover Charge: $25 – $40
    • Club Hours: 10:00 PM – 3:00 AM
    • Location: 1015 Folsom Street

    1015 Folsom Upcoming Events

    1015 Folsom Bottle Service

    1015 Folsom Tickets

    1015 Folsom Info & Pictures

    The swanky interior design, the wildly high-energy, the incredible lineup of underground superstars, the casual dress code, the unpretentiousness… 1015 Folsom is exactly what dance clubs were before the fame, money, and see-and-be-seen culture took hold.

    • Days Open: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
    • Music Type: Hip Hop, R&B
    • Club Hours: 9:00 PM – 2:00 AM
    • Insider tip: 18+ nights on Thursday
    • Guest List: Not Offered
    • Location: 2565 Mission St

    Arena Upcoming Events

    Arena Bottle Service

    Arena Info & Pictures

    Created by the Arena Nightlife Group in 2018, as the second location of the club, and based off of its namesake in Koreatown, Los Angeles, Arena SF hopes to bring the SoCal relaxed and carefree vibe to the Bay Area. The club is located in the heart of the Mission District in San Francisco and plays Hip-Hop and R&B music Thursday to Saturday with no cover charge. Arena also lets the 18+ club come join the party Thursday nights and get their grind on while Fridays and Saturdays are limited to the 21+ club.


    • Days Open: Friday and Saturday
    • Music Type: EDM
    • Cover Charge: $20 – $40
    • Club Hours: 10:00 PM – 4:00 AM
    • Guest List: Not Offered
    • Location: 314 11th St

    Halcyon Upcoming Events

    Halcyon Tickets

    Halcyon Info & Pictures

    A multipurpose space and venue, the idyllic nightclub Halcyon is located in a Victorian-era brick and steel-beamed warehouse in San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood. The venue which has a capacity for 400 is customizable to morph into whatever shape and ambiance the production demands. It offers a multi-sensory experience and is amazing anytime from dusk to dawn; with large skylights and high ceilings let the sun stream in for daytime events, with a contrasting, subversive evening set up of world class lighting, sound and production. From one wondrous manifestation into another, renowned DJs and talents are able to perform their artistry in front of the crowds night after night. Weekend nights at Halcyon feature DJs and semi-live performances by both local and world-famous techno and electronic artists, while Wednesdays are for cabaret nights, including varied performances and bottle service at the booths.

    • Days Open: Tuesday – Sunday
    • Music Type: House, Techno, Drum & Bass, and Hip Hop
    • Cover Charge: $10 – $20
    • Club Hours: 10:00 PM – 2:00 AM Saturday; 9:00 PM – 2:00 AM every other day
    • Location: 1192 Folsom

    F8 Upcoming Events

    F8 Bottle Service

    F8 Tickets

    F8 Info & Pictures

    Nestled into the heart of South of the Market in San Francisco, F8 nightclub provides its guests with a culture of eclectic music that ranges from House to Hip hop to Techno to Dubstep, and everything else in between. The main goal of the club is to have great music with everything else being supplementary. This however does not mean that the atmosphere or the ambiance of F8 is found lacking in comparison to the great music found playing at the club. F8 features an intimate atmosphere, some of the best drink specials in SF as well as amazing vibes from the staff to the patrons. Proclaimed to be one of the last authentic clubs that remains vibrant till this day, F8 truly knows how to show its guests how to spend a great night out.

    August Hall

    • Days Open: Events ranging Monday through Sunday (please view event calendar for more details)
    • Music Type: Changes per event
    • Cover Charge: $35 – $45
    • Club Hours: Please check events
    • Guest List: Not Offered
    • Location: 420 Mason St

    August Hall Upcoming Events

    August Hall Tickets

    August Hall Info & Pictures

    Formerly known as Ruby Skye, August Hall was renovated and reopened in 2019. At August Hall, patrons will find live music and entertainment with special events, three lively full bars, and superbly prepared food. The club is separated into three rooms. The distinct separations between the rooms create the Music Hall, with sprawling its 32-foot ceilings, 100 year old architecture, and new drapery outlining its historic stained glass windows, the Green Room which is a plush cocktail room serves as a luxe escape from the energy of The Music Hall, and the Fifth Arrow which A cocktail, dining and gaming parlor (complete with three bowling lanes) located downstairs from the August Hall lobby. August Hall has been built to be a flexible, multidisciplinary event space with a design that pays homage to the great history of the building, and you can see some great photos of their venue and artists on the August Hall Instagram.

    DNA Lounge

    • Days Open: Monday – Sunday
    • Music Type: 80s, House, and EDM
    • Cover Charge: $20 – $30
    • Club Hours: 9:00 PM – 2:30 AM (changes per event)
    • Guest List: Not Offered
    • Location: 375 11th St

    DNA Lounge Upcoming Events

    DNA Lounge Tickets

    DNA Lounge Info & Pictures

    You can never go wrong with a classic. DNA Lounge has been one of the most popular nightclubs in San Francisco for over thirty years for good reason. DNA Lounge always keeps it fresh with a variety of events, including all-ages live music, 18+ dance parties, wild shows, lectures, and private events. With two stages, four dance floors, seven bars and a full-service 24/7 restaurant and cafe, DNA isn’t going away anytime soon!

    Great Northern

    • Days Open: Wednesday – Saturday
    • Music Type: EDM
    • Cover Charge: $20 – $40
    • Club Hours: 10:00 PM – 3:00 AM
    • Discotech Perks: Use promo code DISCO for 20% off tickets
    • Location: 119 Utah St

    Great Northern Upcoming Events

    Great Northern Tickets

    Great Northern Info & Pictures

    With stunningly glamorous interior décor and flawless specialized design work in all the details of the club, the Great Northern comes together to create a classy and sophisticated venue. The team that is behind Monarch Club weaves together an art deco inspired design with high tech sound and lighting, offering both the beauty from chandeliers and stained-glass windows to a out of this world DJ performance that is offset with giant LED projections and a restored classic Richard Long sound system. With an amazing array of cocktails and VIP bottle service, as well as the aerial acrobats performing as they dangle from the high beamed ceilings of the Great Northern, guests will be able to enjoy one of the most unique nightlife experiences in San Francisco.

    San Francisco Nightclub FAQ

    What is the most popular nightclub in San Francisco?

    Audio, Temple, Arena, and The Grand are among the best nightclubs in San Francisco.

    What time do clubs open in San Francisco?

    Most clubs in San Francisco open around 10:00 PM.

    What time do clubs close in San Francisco?

    San Francisco nightclubs don’t stay open as late as other cities like Las Vegas, so most SF clubs close at 2:00 AM with a few staying open later until 3:00 AM or even 4:00 AM. Don’t be fooled though, just because San Francisco nightlife doesn’t last as long doesn’t mean it gets any less wild.

    What is the hottest club in San Francisco?

    With so many amazing options, it’s hard to just pick one, but the best clubs in San Francisco would have to be August Hall, DNA Lounge, Temple, and F8.

    How much does it cost to go clubbing in San Francisco?

    If you’re trying to figure out how much a night on the town will cost, you should first figure out how much you’re willing to spend. The price to party at San Francisco clubs can vary dramatically depending on multiple factors such as which club you go to, whether or not you purchase tickets or join the guest list, and if you decide to reserve a table with bottle service. Most tickets are going to be in the $10 – $20 range, with general admission being about $15 higher. Joining a free guest list at SF nightclubs is a great way to get access to free or discounted entry. Bottle service is going to be a more expensive way to enjoy the nightlife in San Francisco (starting with $200 minimum and reaching $5,000+), but we highly recommend it if the money isn’t an issue. Purchasing a drink at SF clubs will cost $14 on average. Now you can plan your budget and have fun.

    Can you go clubbing in SF at 18?

    You must be 21 years old with a valid license to get into most San Francisco nightclubs, but you can always go to the top restaurants in San Francisco no matter your age. Also, clubs like Arena have 18+ nights on Thursdays. If you’re bringing a fake ID, make sure it’s convincing because SF bouncers are experts at spotting fakes.

    How do San Francisco nightclub guest lists work?

    The way that SF guest lists work at San Francisco night clubs is that you sign up online prior to the event (which you can easily do on the free Discotech app), and in return you are granted free or discounted admission in the best clubs in SF. You’ll want to follow the dress code and arrive once because the club still reserves the right to turn anyone away at the door even if they are on the guest list.

    Is San Francisco nightlife good during the week?

    Who needs to wait for the weekend when you can party right now. While Mondays and Tuesdays are pretty slow, SF nightlife during the week has a ton of great options. Venues like Temple, Arena, August Hall, F8, and Great Northern host events ranging from Monday through Friday.

    Is it hard to get into San Francisco clubs?

    Nobody likes dealing with sketchy promoters. It used to be so difficult to get into dance clubs San Francisco, but now it’s only a few clicks away. Discotech is the #1 nightlife app in the world and for good reason. With the free Discotech app, you can easily find venues, sign up for guest lists, purchase tickets, and reserve bottle service with the tap of a button.

    What do you wear to a San Francisco nightclub?

    Nice jeans or slacks combined with either a button down shirt or a form fitting plain t-shirt is recommended. Jeans or a stylish dress depending on what you prefer is also good. Overdressing should not be discouraged, feel free to go all out!

    What should you not wear in San Francisco?

    Please avoid hats, jerseys, shirts with inappropriate images, and any form of athletic clothes if you don’t want to get turned away at the door of a San Francisco night club.

    How much does bottle service in San Francisco cost?

    Table service minimums can get pretty expensive and each club is different, so be sure to check the event calendar of each venue before booking. Bottle service at San Francisco clubs can start as low as $200 and reach well over $5,000 if you’re going all out. You’ll want about 1 bottle for every 5 to 6 people in your party, and individual bottles can cost anywhere from $200 to $1,000+.

    How can I book bottle service for San Francisco Nightclubs?

    You can book table service using our free mobile app. Or, if you’re on a desktop you can use our webapp.

    Are clubs free in San Francisco?

    If you’re looking up “clubs near me” desperately trying to find a place to party that won’t cost you a fortune, you’re in luck. You can get into nightclubs San Francisco for free by signing up for the guest list. San Francisco guest lists are a great option if you’re on a budget, and all you have to do is find a venue on this page, click an event you want to attend, and fill out a bit of info.

    Where do celebrities party in San Francisco?

    Celebrities have been known to frequent venues like The Grand, Temple, and 1015 Folsom, so you should start there. Another trick to figure out where the big names are going to be is to find out who the biggest performing artist is for that night.

    What are the best gay clubs/bars in San Francisco?

    Thanks to San Francisco’s immense support of the LGBTQ+ community, there are plenty of great options to choose from when it comes to gay clubs! The Mix, Oasis, El Rio, Last Call Bar, Wild Side West, and Jolene’s are among the best gay bars in San Francisco. You can also check out this article on the best gay bars in San Francisco.

    Are San Francisco clubs open during the week?

    Yes. Venues like Arena, Great Northern, Temple, F8, and August Hall host events ranging from Monday through Friday, but parties are not always available at the beginning of the week.

    What are the best clubs in SF that play EDM music?

    The best EDM clubs are Audio SF, Halcyon, Temple SF, 1015 Folsom, Great Northern and August Hall. Other venues often feature EDM artists including Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, Warfield, and The Midway.

    What are the best clubs in SF that play hip hop music?

    Origin, Arena SF, The Grand, Holy Cow, Vanity, Luv.

    What are the best after-hours spots in San Francisco?

    The best after-hours spots in SF are Public Works, or The End Up.

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