Studio 338 has announced it will reopen in June with an all-new garden setting on the club’s original Greenwich site.
The much-loved London club suffered extensive damage in August 2016 thanks to a fire that saw 70 firefighters from London Fire Brigade attend the venue on Tunnel Avenue, and resulted in the tragic death of a Studio 338 staff member as he tried to dampen flames on the club's roof.
California’s bars and nightclubs could have their drinks curfew extended from 2am to 4am if a new bill proposed by state Senator Scott Weiner becomes law.
Under current California law, venues are not allowed to serve alcohol past 2am, which supporters of the bill believe has been stifling the state’s night-time economy.
In a post on his Facebook page, the Senator announced that he will propose a new bill today that will allow bars, nightclubs and restaurants to continue to serve alcohol past 2am.
Space owner Pepe Roselló is a living legend. One of the most jovial (and powerful) men in dance music today, DJ Mag Ibiza has the chance to meet up with the famous club-owner for a quick chat, to talk saying goodbye, lessons learned, and some of Pepe’s favourite memories from Space...
Love International — Croatia’s brand new summer festival — has announced eight club shows from the opening night of Wednesday 29th June to Wednesday 6th July.
All of the club shows will take place at Barbarella’s Discotheque, an incredible outdoor clubbing experience, which has quickly written itself into European club folklore.
Flanked by pine trees and the dazzling Adriatic sea, Love International festival looks to continue the legacy left by the much-loved The Garden Festival from last summer.
Flash Factory will swing open its red ropes for the first time in New York City's Chelsea this weekend with The Martinez Brothers providing the event's playlist for the occasion. The club on West 28th Street is brought to fruition by Provacateur owners Mike Satsky and Brian Gefter. The same pair many moons ago ran the nightclub, Stereo, remember that place? If you do it means you've been clubbing as long as we have, so kudos. Here's some more information from Flash Factory's press release:
Having cranked open its doors back in 1991, this year Ministry of Sound is turning 24, and this Saturday 19th September the Elephant & Castle nightclub is putting on a very special night to celebrate.
Truss launches in Birmingham this October. With a capacity of over 1500 people, the club will consist of three spaces; a main room for high profile DJs, a second one for upcoming talent, and a third room dedicated solely to local talent.
Privilege’s Vista Club is a room steeped in Ibiza tradition. The one-time home to Manumission’s infamous side-parties, it’s come back to prominence lately thanks to its hosting of Spanish party Elrow, which recently teamed up with Kehakuma and moved across town to a bigger venue at Space. Regardless, it’s the sort of venue that’s been yearning for a suitable such session for some time — and in Do Not Sleep it finally seems to have settled on one that’s very much a win-win for all parties.