Club Space Owners Open Midcentury-Inspired "Sound Space" In Downtown Miami

Club Space Owners Open Midcentury-Inspired "Sound Space" In Downtown Miami

The collaborative minds behind Miami’s storied Club Space have united once again to launch a new nightlife concept.

The collective consisting of Bar Lab Hospitality, Link Miami Rebels and Space Invaders are ushering in a new chapter in the Sunshine State with Jolene Sound Room, a new cocktail lounge located in downtown Miami.

The retro-themed spot incorporates a sound room with a full studio treatment inspired by midcentury design. The concept has already proven viable following the opening of Jolene Sound Room Brooklyn earlier this year, for which the nightlife magnates partnered with Moxy Hotels to make it all possible.

Now III Points Music Festival co-founder David Sinopoli and Club Space owners Davide Danese and Coloma Kaboomsky are taking the dance back to their home turf. The Miami-based venue’s programming is said to be focusing on disco, house and techno music and several industry veterans have already been welcomed into the space to perform, including DJ Tennis and Soul Clap. 

Jolene Sound Room Miami is now open for business in the basement of 200 E. Flagler Street.

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