Promoters busing students to Power Plant Live for College Night

Baltimore Sun reporter

From the Midnight Sun blog:

Promoters are once again busing in students from area schools for a weekly "College Night" at Mosaic, a lounge in Power Plant Live.

The event, called Thursday Night Banger, is run by the local event promoter GoodLife Boys. It began last week, and the next one is set for tomorrow.

"We take a bunch of college kids and bring them out there," said GoodLife Boys co-owner Nino Sylvia.

"Towson, Loyola, Hopkins -- we've got all the students coming out there. ... The ratio of girls to guys is ridiculous." ... Power Plant Live has had a strict anti-busing policy since 2006, when the entertainment zone canceled its once-popular College Nights after numerous citations for underage drinking and pressure from advocacy groups. Power Plant Live spokesman Chris Furst was unaware of Mosaic's event, he said.

"We absolutely don't permit it," Furst said. "We're completely against busing them down. ... We're trying to get away from the whole college image."

Mosaic's College Night is strictly 21+, Sylvia said, and last week's event sold out.

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