‘Communion After Dark’ 13-year anniversary brings Ybor City Castle vibes online

The celebration stream happens on Saturday.

click to enlarge The Castle’s 27th anniversary in Ybor City, Florida on Nov. 23, 2019. - Drunk Camera Guy
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The Castle’s 27th anniversary in Ybor City, Florida on Nov. 23, 2019.

Internet radio show Communion After Dark is celebrating its 13-year anniversary with a free Saturday night Twitch stream featuring Mark Paradise, Bryant Griffin, Maus and Tom Gold who’re all maestros of the vibe when there’s actually people dancing at Ybor City mainstay The Castle (damn you, COVID-19!).

The two-hour set will be focusing on the usual darker stuff that usually fills The Castle’s dance floor—EBM, dark electro, synth pop, goth and power noise.

Communion After Dark 13-year anniversary: Mark Paradise w/Bryant Griffin/Maus/Tom Gold. Saturday, March 6, 8 p.m. Find "Communion After Dark" on Twitch to get the stream.

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