Housed within Clarke Quay’s Cannery Block, the new two-storeyZouk complex comprises of their trademark dance stages Zouk and Phuture, the newly launched Red Tail Restaurant and Bar, as well as a soon-to-be-unveiled fourth concept. Velvet Underground, unfortunately, did not make its return to Zouk at Clarke Quay.
The Zouk dance floor still takes centre stage, and remains as the largest space within the new premises. Decked with two floors and flanked with three independent bars over three corners, Zouk will continue to be the main stage for electronic dance music and for headline acts. Phuture will also continue to deliver its signature hip-hop, R&B and contemporary urban tunes in a vibrant space.
Zouk at its new premises will continue to uphold the foundations that the brand is built on – bringing in international and local acts while offering a state-of-the-art audio-visual experience. Veteran Zoukrevellers will be delighted to know that despite the new premises, Zouk has retained much of its old concept, such as the signature dance stages Zouk and Phuture. The new premise has also retained its neo-industrial and futuristic aesthetic, as well as its original sound system that has been delivering crisp quality music to Zouk customers for the past 24 years. Zouk will also be bringing back their signature mid-week affair, Thank God It’s Wednesday (TGIW), and Phuture will now be open on Thursdays.
Cover charges are as follows: Wednesdays: $25 for men, complimentary entry for women; Thursdays: free entry for all; Fridays, Saturdays and Eves of Public Holidays: $35 for men, $30 for women.
For more information, tel: 6738 2988, zoukclub.com
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