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Club Space Voted Number 1!
The prestigious industry publication, Nightclub & Bar, has voted Club Space as the top-ranked dance club for 2016! The industry truly recognizes our longevity and contributions to the world of nightlife. Thank you for all your support. Click here to read all about it!
Cocodrills Talk About Their Exclusive Residency At Space
A lot of kids have dreams, and we’re all told to shoot for the stars, but the unfortunate reality is a lot of us get lost along the way.
Cocodrills must have found some magic map, because they never stopped aiming at the sky. After years of hard work and looking up, they finally landed inÂ SpaceÂ — and on the Terrace, no less.
Homegrown Miami superstars Adam Cruz and Christian Diaz will be celebrating at least two Saturdays a month as they take control of the hallowed decks as part of their exclusive residency at the legendary downtown nightclub, and you’re invited to join.
Read more over at the Miami New Times!
Loco Dice Plays Record-Breaking Set at Club Space This Past New Years Eve!
If the thought ofÂ Berghainâs insaneÂ New Yearâs Eve line-upÂ gave you mild anxiety/fear of missing out, thenÂ Loco Diceâs record-breakingÂ 24-hour set at Miamiâs Club SpaceÂ might induce seizures. The German DJ returned to Spaceâs Terrace for his third yearly marathon, and, having already played 16 and 20-hour sets at past editions,Â announced that this year he would break his previous records at the club, and play literally all night and day.
The party began at 10pm on Dec. 31, and ended at 10pm New Years Day.Â Space helped to support the endeavor byÂ offering free entry on NYD to keep the floor packed, and live-tweeting the event with updatesÂ of the insanity. The party also likely benefitted by the cityâs lax drinking laws, proximity to South America and a surprise visit by Solomun, but either way,Â people did not stop partying on the terrace until Loco Dice left the decks, literally a day later.
Miami New Times Votes Club Space As ‘Best Dance Club’ for 2014!
Last year, Club Space founder Louis Puig sold his stake in the crown jewel of Miami’s nightlife scene after 13 years of pushing the dance music mecca into the hearts and minds of booty-shaking people worldwide. How popular is Space? Popular enough that it has to open only once a week, on Saturday nights, to remain profitable. How many other nightclubs can get away with that? Now that new ownership has taken over Space, the best thing they’ve done so far is leave well enough alone. Except for some minor upgrades here and there, you’ll encounter the same ol’ familiar venue. This is still the place to go for people who don’t want the party to ever end, dancing on the downtown terrace well past sunrise. It has learned to coexist with its new condominium neighbors to the east. But will it survive the encroachment from the planned Miami Worldcenter, the mega-shopping complex due to rise practically next door? Put your money on Space pulling through. In the event of a nuclear fallout, there are two things guaranteed to survive: cockroaches and Club Space.