MyHouse nightclub relaunches in Columbia after two-year absence

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The MyHouse nightclub in downtown Columbia is scheduled to reopen later this month after being closed the past two years.

Owner Dan Rader said he is rebranding the club at 119 S. Seventh St. near the MU campus to appeal to a wider audience.

“MyHouse, first and foremost, has been a nightclub over the years,” he said. “I’d always been wanting to make a lot of changes to it and do a huge renovation, so this is a great opportunity to do this … The new MyHouse is a sports bar, nightclub, and concert venue as opposed to just being a nightclub … which is really hard to pull off, in my opinion.”

A series of concerts is planned for the fall featuring acts such as Zeds Dead, Cheat Codes, Steve Aoki and Kip Moore.

Information about those shows and others soon will be available on the MyHouse website, which is being redesigned.

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