Omni Party a Dud; Hope for The Camel, Gallery5 

The Election Night festivities may be happening somewhere, but it doesn't look like the downtown Omni's bipartisan results-watching bash is bringing them in. One guest estimates the number of partygoers at approximately four. But there were balloons, some staff members wearing Uncle Sam hats and a screen to watch the returns.

You might have better luck at The Camel, 1621 W. Broad St. Rand Burgess tells us his free concert, starting now, features Pendelton with special guest Jonathan Vasser and the Speckled Bird.

Gallery5, at 200 W. Marshall St., also hopes to draw crowds with its Election Night party, which started at 7. Cost is $10, and features Strike Anywhere, Brainworms, Landmines and Stink Eyes. Election results will be projected on two screens during the bash.

Know about any other parties? E-mail us here.




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