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An 11,000-Square-Foot, Space Age Nightclub Is Opening In Midtown Next Week

Claire Leaden Claire Leaden

An 11,000-Square-Foot, Space Age Nightclub Is Opening In Midtown Next Week

Nightlife is returning to Midtown…in the form of the biggest club opening in NY since the start of the pandemic!

You will have to venture to Times Square, but it may be worth it for the new intergalactic venue: Nebula.

Renderings for Nebula courtesy of Upper Class International Designers (Hong Kong) Limited

The brand new, multi-level club at 135 W. 41st St. will officially open Friday, Nov. 5, with some preview events kicking off as soon as this week with GORDO on Friday, October 22, Purple Disco Machine on Saturday, October 23, Malaa spinning Thursday, October 28, and Grammy-nominated house and techno sensation Camelphat headlining Saturday, October 30.

Renderings for Nebula courtesy of Upper Class International Designers (Hong Kong) Limited

And that’s only a small taste of the musical talent for the location, which will feature world-class DJs spanning electronic music hitmakers to underground trailblazers to stadium-filling superstars.

Renderings for Nebula courtesy of Upper Class International Designers (Hong Kong) Limited

Capacity for the massive 11,000-square-foot space is 700, which includes a 5,500-square-foot dance floor, 2,500-square-foot mezzanine level and 3,000-square-foot lower level with three private club rooms dedicated to private groups. Plus there’s a state-of-the-art d&b audiotechnik sound system.

Renderings for Nebula courtesy of Upper Class International Designers (Hong Kong) Limited

As its name suggests, Nebula takes interstellar inspiration with glowing lights, space-age decor, and an amazing movable ceiling that will completely transport you with the click of a button — since it’s made out of six massive video panels! The panels are able to move and tilt into different formations, from soaring cathedral heights to intimate dance floor lows, and change scenery from starry nights to outer space wonders.

Find out more on their website NebulaNewYork.com!

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