New York City is getting a brand new nightclub this weekend.
Nebula spans 11,000 square feet across multiple levels, making it one of the largest nightclubs in the city's history.
Opening this Friday, October 22, the club is set to kick off with a night of house music from GORDO, the moniker of DJ Carnage, followed by Purple Disco Machine on Saturday night playing an eclectic mix of nu-disco, house, soul, and funk.
On Halloween weekend, more opening parties will commence with line-ups including Malaa and Camelphat, before the "grand opening party" on November 5. No artists have been confirmed for the full-scale opening party yet.
Nebula will be able to accommodate around 700 people on opening, one of the highest capacity clubs in the entirety of Manhattan. With 5,500 square feet of dancefloor, the nightclub also boasts three floors including a mezzanine level and a lower level with three private clubrooms.
The club is also said to change depending on the event, with “its ability to transform every night a nod to the famed Manhattan venues of yesteryear.”
“Nebula takes its cues from the interstellar, the club’s visionary design transports guests into different otherworldly immersive environments each week,” they said.
New York was one of the first States to reopen nightlife during the pandemic, with clubs opening their doors as early as March 2021. Though they could only open at a maximum of 33% capacity to begin with, this has slowly been raised over time. Nightclubs across the State are now in full swing.
Check out more about Nebula here.
Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter