Dance / Electro — July 8, 2015 at 7:14 pm

It’s a Wrap! Zouk Kuala Lumpur to close its doors for good

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It’s the end of an era for superclub Zouk KL but it’s not all bad news for Malaysian clubbers.

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Malaysia’s premier clubbing destination Zouk Kuala Lumpur has achieved a lot since it first opened its doors in 2004. Long regarded as one of the must visit clubs across the South East Asian region, it most recently ranked #38 in DJ Mag’s 2015 Top 100 Clubs In The World global poll. It has hosted every superstar DJ you can imagine from Tiesto to Dave Clark and once extensive renovations were completed in 2008, the club now regularly hosts upwards of 15,000 party goers each week. The word gets thrown around a lot but it’s safe to say that Zouk Kuala Lumpur is an institution within the city.

 

Alas, it’s time to say goodbye to Zouk Kuala Lumpur – at least the version you’re used to because the iconic superclub is closing its doors for good later this month to make way for the new iteration of Zouk at TREC. Set in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the TREC complex is the most expensive entertainment complex ever built in Malaysia at a cost of RM323.6 million.

 

But it wouldn’t be a proper goodbye without a farewell party to celebrate the occasion and as such, Zouk will be holding 2 finale parties to send off this iconic venue with a bang:

 

11th July – The first sendoff takes place on Saturday 11th July, for Zouk Main Room and Phuture. It’s not the end though  – Velvet Underground and Zouk Cafe Bar will continue to open beyond 11th July.
25th July – This marks the finale of “Lights Out, Move Out” for Velvet Underground and Zouk Cafe Bar – as well as for the current Zouk Club Kuala Lumpur complex, the conclusion of the night being a historic day for KL clubbing. The milestone event promises to be one of the main highlights of the superclub’s calendar as the curtain comes down for Zouk KL for good. Don’t miss out as there won’t be any more opportunities to relive your favorite Zouk memories.

 

For more information, hit up TREC’s official website or Zouk Club KL’s interim website.zouk-kl