Providence venue allowed to reopen after 3 stabbed in fight

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — A Providence music venue is back open after a triple stabbing outside led to it being temporarily shut down.

The city’s Board of Licenses ruled Monday afternoon to allow Fete Music Hall in Olneyville to reopen.

Under the terms, the Dike Street club must hire a police detail every Friday and Saturday night when they have a DJ.

According to police, a fight that broke out inside Fete in the early-morning hours of Nov. 5 spilled out into the parking lot and spread down several blocks.

One man was transported to the Rhode Island Hospital with non-life-threatening stab wounds while two others showed up at the hospital with stab wounds later that morning.

A trail of blood was found by police near the intersection of Agnes and Dike Streets to Oak Street where more blood was found in a parked car, according to the incident report.

No arrests have been made thus far.

Fete was previously closed by the Board of Licenses in 2014 following a shooting outside that police said stemmed from a fight inside the club.