A brand new 300-capacity nightclub has just opened in Milan.
nivea, which is located in the northern part of the city centre, opened on Friday (November 11) with a launch party headlined by DJ Red, as well as sets from local artists Brilliante and Verynice’N’Sleazy.
The venue has taken over a space on Via Apelle street, which has additional rooms on the first floor — which will reportedly be used for exhibitions and private events.
Co-founder Matteo Teruzzi told Resident Advisor that the club's launch "was great, but there are always things to learn and improve."
Teruzzi added: "The club also benefits from being in an industrial area, so we hope there won't be too much stress with regards to noise and complaints from neighbours."
nivea’s social media shares that it is a “safe and inclusive” environment with “quality” sound and drinks as well as being “devoted” to curating its atmosphere and an electronic music experience.
The club’s next event is set to run on December 1 with a line-up still to be announced.
Follow nivea here to keep updated with its upcoming events.
Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter