Nightclubs are the most glorious places on Earth and these photos prove it - - Mixmag

Nightclubs are the most glorious places on Earth and these photos prove it

We'll be back in nightclubs soon and it's gonna be magic

  • Words: Dave Turner | Photos: Scott Hoffmann, Luis Nieto Dickens, Jake Davis, Carolina Faruolo, Its Not Another Shot
  • 1 April 2020

We might not able to party right now, but we will again soon. At least we've got virtual raving for now and, let's face it, it's better than nothing. Who knew knocking back some bevs and vibing out to a live stream in your bedroom would be the norm in the first half of 2020? There's also an endless list of music to listen to, whether that be sun-beaming house music or these uplifting mixes.

More positives in these wild times are a bunch of initiatives launching and your own self-improvement if stepping up your production game is on your to-do list.

As much as we all miss raving right now, just know that nightclubs will be open again and dancefloors will be full of ravers desperate to break into a bass-driven sweat. While we await those glorious nights and early mornings, we've put together a bunch of banging photos from nightclubs all over, from Hï Ibiza, Shelter in Amsterdam and Amnesia to The Warehouse Project, Printworks London and Elsewhere in New York.

Check out the photos below.

Amnesia, Ibiza

Avant Gardner, New York City

Badaboum, Paris

District 8, Dublin

Elsewhere, New York City

fabric, London

Fuse, Brussels

Hï Ibiza

La Cheetah Club, Glasgow

Mondo Disko, Madrid

Pacha, Ibiza

Printworks London

Ritter Butzke, Berlin

Shelter, Amsterdam

Ushuaïa Ibiza

The Warehouse Project, Manchester

XOYO, London

Dave Turner is Mixmag's Commercial Content Editor, follow him on Twitter

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