The Sad Cafe is the place where you can come and feel like home. Our mission is to gather people from all around the country and fill them with positive energy. At our place Saturday night fever is at every day in a week, it never ends. We are trying our best to keep this place active and available for a great fun. Various events are the main thing that makes us stand out. Theme parties are quite often and people are loving them. If you are a fan of rock music and you are searching for a place where you can hang out with your friends and family, look no further, the Sad Cafe’s doors are open for everyone.
At our cafe you can enjoy in listening to live rock concerts from some of the most amazing and well known bands from all around the world. It doesn’t matter if you are a fan of old school stuff or maybe something newer, we are sure that you will have a good time being our guest. Every week you can expect something new and interesting. Our main goal is to be different from the others and to do our best to make everyone entertained in our cafe.
Much of The Sad Cafe’s work addresses the need for engaging our youth in a variety of positive activities and programs. We have recently achieved one of our main goals, which is to provide research-based after school programming for Middle School students in the Sanborn and Timberlane School Districts. We are working in a collaborative effort with the community to build and strengthen youth and family involvement. This is a great place for kids that have desire to learn how to play rock instruments and to find out more about the music and art. Our great team of people is more than ready to fill your little one with knowledge. It is a great opportunity for your child to make new friends that has the same interests as yours and also to practice on the electric guitar or maybe drums, whatever it likes. Various instruments are available at our place to be practiced on as you can expect. We think that this program is very useful for our youth and we are hoping that you will join us.