Green Valley has been devastated by a cyclone that swept across Southern Brazil on 30th June.
The Brazilian club have released a statement confirming they were among the thousands affected by the cyclone that hit the state of Santa Catarina this week. No staff were injured, but the club's outdoor structure was badly damaged and material losses are still being calculated.
A socially distanced music venue is opening in London later this year.
One Night Records, set to launch in October, will serve as an "immersive music event and venue", with all aspects of One Night Records designed to adhere to social distancing guidelines. According to the website, masks must be worn at all times on site, increased ventilation has been built into the venue, and drinks and food will be ordered from a 'drive-thru'.
“Dance is a big part of my expression as a DJ,” says Juba. “I dance behind the decks, and want people to dance very hard when they listen to me play.”
Responses to a new survey by the Night Time Industries Association indicate that many UK clubs, bars and music venues are wary of reopening while social distancing measures will be required.
130 UK businesses responded to the survey, answering questions surrounding the challenges they have faced while under lockdown, and concerns about reopening with social distancing measures as lockdown is eased.
Jaymie Silk’s Fresh Kicks mix whirls with colour and ferocity. Syncopated club rhythms, with flourishes of gqom, UK techno and Jersey club, dart through broad brush strokes of melody, vocals and rave breaks.
Milan club Social Music City has offered its space to be used by Italian emergency services until the end of April.
In a statement released this week, it was revealed that the club’s 20,000 square meters would be made available to emergency services in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, which much of the space being modified into accommodation for
Read the club’s statement below.
With much of the continent on lockdown due to the global spreads of coronavirus, Berlin promoters have found an ingenious way to combat the issue: a 24-hour virtual club.
Legendary Italian techno club Cocoricò will reopen next month under a new name after closing down last year.
In June 2018, the Rimini club was forced to shut down after declaring bankruptcy and reportedly owing more than €800,000 in unpaid taxes.
The club will open its doors on 12th April under the new name “Le Cocorico Riccione”, or Cocco, for short. The relaunch event has been announced on the club’s official Facebook page with the name ‘Everybody calls me Cocco’. The event will run from 11pm until 6am and line-up is yet to be announced.
New York club The Dance is set to close after just four months on the Manhattan nightlife map.
Opening in October 2019, the venue announced the news via an Instagram post on Monday 10th February, along with details of a final party set for Tuesday 18th February, with US Girls on the bill. Management issues have been blamed for the sudden shuttering.