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26 photos of clubs that opened last year

Clubland is thriving

  • Patrick Hinton
  • 3 January 2018
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JACK, Amsterdam - Inclusive LGBTI-focused spot JACK allows people to freely express themselves.

Hall, Tallinn - Estonia continued its surge towards becoming one of Europe's top clubbing destinations as bare-walled Hall opened and booked the likes of Sotofett and Ninos Du Brasil.

The Gärten, Beirut - Überhaus expanded with a magnificent new spot that has hosted Jeff Mills and Raresh.

Elsewhere, New York - A 24,000 square foot venue that asserts New York doesn't do things by halves.

Hï, Ibiza - Taking over Space, Hï had a lot to live up to, and delivered impressively.

The Sonic Jungle, New York - A "cultural oasis" that goes all out to stimulate mental and physical senses.

WAS, Utrecht - This "pop-up club" was due to close on New Year's Day 2018, but has been such a success its now planning to roll on long into the new year.

XE 54, Melbourne - XE 54's opening affirmed Melbourne's position as Australia's dance music heartland.

E1, London - Having opened on New Year's Eve with a line-up featuring Ben Klock and Maceo Plex, the early signs are good.

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