This is an eme support forum, rather than a search engine optimization forum. However, maybe Franky won't object to the somewhat off-subject explanation below because it addresses issues any eme user who wants good search engine rankings should understand.
Search engines rarely assign much importance to pages that do not have significant amounts of reasonably well-written text composed of complete sentences with proper punctuation. Furthermore, to be ranked as important, most of the text on a page should pertain to an obvious common subject that is clearly identified in the heading.
After scoring the importance of a page according to that and other criteria, links from the page are each assigned a percentage of the page's importance. The more outgoing links there are from a page, the less importance each link will have. (I have used the term "importance" here to generalize the explanation. The importance score is given different names by different search engines. )
Go to your http://www.plainandsimple.tv/club-listings/club-listings-house/ page, view the page source code, and you will see what search engine bots analyze when deciding how much importance to give each of the links from that page to your event pages.
What is the percentage of well written English text on that page compared to total page content? Imagine that the page wasn't yours and you were asked to rate the apparent importance of English text on that page compared to the importance of English text on other internet website pages that you consider to have valuable textual content. How would you score that page's relative importance?
Now count the number of links from that page to other pages and divide the importance score you gave that page by the number of links. How much importance would you be able to distribute to each link? The links on a page don't usually each receive equal importance distributions, because other factors such as their position on a page, link text, etc., affect distributions. However, the more outbound links a page has the less importance each link has, because they are each assigned some percentage of the total page score.
Many other things could be done to increase the apparent importance of your event pages as search bots will score them, but two extremely important changes you could make would be to greatly increase the amount of well written webpage text and greatly reduce the number of outgoing links. Every outgoing link (including menu links) reduces the importance of all the other outbound links. Cut the number of outbound links in half and the remaining links will be weighted twice as important. However, unless a page has a significant amount of well written text, it has insignificant value to divide among its outbound links so both those issues must be addressed before either of them will be important.