R&B Wednesdays at F6ix
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R&B Wednesdays at F6ix


Downtown San Diego – The thought of going out on the weekday during the winter months may feel crazy… unless its absolutely worth it. Well, F6ix Nightclub in Downtown San Diego is giving people a weekly destination with the mellow vibe that is more than worth it, with their new R&B Wednesdays – For the Grown & Sexy. This event is 21+ and has options for hosted champagne, VIP bottle service, a live DJ, soul food, and occasionally surprise live music that will have you in your feelings.

© Ivan S Harris Photography 2022
© Ivan S Harris Photography 2022

The Venue

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© Ivan S Harris Photography 2022

The venue itself is downstairs, with an intimate feel, leveled up by the candle light, purple walls, and picture perfect décor, that makes sing to your favorite song live on your Instagram. The club has been recently upgraded in the past couple of years, and gives you that cool underground, jazz club feel… like something you might see regularly on the East Coast. There is plenty of seating, and even high top tables, to relax and enjoy the music without feeling pushed around by a crowded dancefloor.

Live Entertainment

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At least once a month you can catch J. Boykins, the international saxophonist, gracing the venue with his smooth R&B sounds that takes the sexy ambiance up a level. He is a millennial saxophonist and has played with and opened with artists like Ledisi and Frankie Beverly & Mase, and John Legend. He’s also worked with smooth jazz artists like Kirk Whalum, Take 6, Brian Culbertson, and Doc Powell. During his performances at F6ix, he will play anything from Drake to Tevin Campbell, which makes his performances perfect with the R&B DJs the venue is booking each Wednesday.

DJs

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Speaking of DJs… what’s R&B night without your favorite DJs playing your favorite jams. Each week F6ix features 2 DJs for the R&B nights, which means you’re getting 2 different vibes. The opening DJ varies from week to week, each one with their different technique to warm up the crowd. At the peak of the night DJ Birdy Bird takes over the turntables, with his ability to take the crowd through a musical journey that they can’t resist. The funny thing about the R&B Wednesdays, is that the music is so good, its always a debate on whether or not people are going to be singing or dancing more throughout the night.

Drinks

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The F6ix bartenders are serving up champagne and mixed cocktails, that will keep you swaying to the music throughout the night. They also offer a champagne ticket for only $10. The 8 p.m. start time, gives you just enough time to run home and slip on something nice, and the grab a couple of drinks mid-week. The midnight closing time, helps you stay a responsible adult and make it to work the next day! Its even easier if you grab a group of friends and get a VIP table with bottle service!

Food

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Chef Ray is in the kitchen throwing down on soul food plates, so dinner doesn’t even have to be an issue. His plates are available through the whole night including fried chicken, mac and cheese, collard greens, and cornbread.

Why You Should Go

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If you have a mid-week celebration or just looking for a vibe, this is the event for you. The event starts at 8 p.m. and ends at midnight, so you can still go home and be a responsible adult. So be sure to grab your friends and tell them to “Meet you at #The6ix”. If you’re interested in joining the Urban Society guest list click the button below to get to the latest event!

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