CHOSEN FEW DJ'S PRESENT...THE SAUERS REUNION PARTY

CHOSEN FEW DJ'S PRESENT...THE SAUERS REUNION PARTY

House music became a definitive sound for Chicago’s youth in the 1980s.  During that time, teenagers and young adults had safe spaces to party.  Sauer’s was one of those spaces.  According to Robert Williams, the legend responsible for opening the Warehouse and the Music Box, Sauers was originally an old carriage house that eventually became a restaurant that converted into a dance hall at night.   Sauers was known by many in Chicago for their Polo, Izod, and Pizza Fest “theme parties” and classic DJ battles

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