The first indoor nightclub is set to reopen in Miami this weekend. After mixed messages from the Governor of Florida and the Mayor of Miami, Club Space has set their reopening date for this Friday – with some strict COVID precautions.
In line with social distancing, the reimagined Club Space won’t have a dance floor, but will be aiming for a loft-centric venue with a “Jurassic jungle meets hippie market” twist. In addition, the club will be asking patrons to wear masks at the door and when leave your designated area, limit physical contact, and follow the simple sanitization and 20-second hand-wash guidelines posted throughout the venue.
On Saturday October 10th doors will open at 4 pm and close at 11 pm. The Martinez Brothers will be on the decks.
On Sunday October 11th doors will open at 6 am right on time to see the sunrise and close at 11 pm.
If all goes well, the following weekend will feature Maceo Plex.
Other indoor nightclubs in various cities world wide have been shut down after Coronavirus outbreaks were traced back to nightlife venues. Only time will tell if these measures are enough to prevent a similar outbreaks.