Attendees take selfies in front of what remains of a mural in the entrance hall of the Cameron Village Subway. The Subway is an underground space in Raleigh's Cameron Village that housed several music clubs in the 1970s and 1980s. It reopened for one night to host a charity benefit event on May 16, 2015. Attendees heard live music, saw a fashion show, ate, drank, danced, played games and took pictures of the few remaining wall murals from times gone by. Many well known bands including R.E.M., Huey Lewis and the News and The Go-Go's played here in its heyday.
Attendees take selfies in front of what remains of a mural in the entrance hall of the Cameron Village Subway. The Subway is an underground space in Raleigh's Cameron Village that housed several music clubs in the 1970s and 1980s. It reopened for one night to host a charity benefit event on May 16, 2015. Attendees heard live music, saw a fashion show, ate, drank, danced, played games and took pictures of the few remaining wall murals from times gone by. Many well known bands including R.E.M., Huey Lewis and the News and The Go-Go's played here in its heyday. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Attendees take selfies in front of what remains of a mural in the entrance hall of the Cameron Village Subway. The Subway is an underground space in Raleigh's Cameron Village that housed several music clubs in the 1970s and 1980s. It reopened for one night to host a charity benefit event on May 16, 2015. Attendees heard live music, saw a fashion show, ate, drank, danced, played games and took pictures of the few remaining wall murals from times gone by. Many well known bands including R.E.M., Huey Lewis and the News and The Go-Go's played here in its heyday. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Raleigh’s Subway music zone open for one last night

May 17, 2015 04:00 PM

UPDATED May 18, 2015 08:16 AM

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