A new club called DNA has opened in Munich, Germany.
The 400-capacity techno club, whose name stands for Diverse Nightlife Aesthetics, is located near the city centre and will run from 10PM through to 6AM.
The venue officially launched with a sold-out opening party last weekend despite severe weather, with the club offering to exchange tickets for those who couldn’t make it to an event of equal value within DNA’s opening month.
DNA's opening month of events will include a party with the Syndikat Sessions collective on 8th December and the sex-positive Polymorph on 12th December. Artists such as Lexer, Alice Mary, A.D.H.S., Milla Lou and more are slated to perform at the club through the month.
The venue defines itself as a space that blends "pulsating techno rhythms" with art installations. Speaking on the launch, DNA said: “We understand Nightlife is more than just sound – it’s a multisensory experience that transcends the boundaries of conventional nightlife to provide a safe space that feeds your soul. It's in your DNA.”
Buy tickets and check out the upcoming events happening at DNA Club here.
Earlier this year, the beloved Munich-based record store and label Public Possession was evicted. Founded in 2012 by Valentino Betz and Marvin Schuhmann, the shop played a pivotal role in the scene over the past decade.