Industrial Avenue, housed at the Westin Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina has had a complete make-over with a new stripped-back, warehouse feel synonymous with the underground clubs of London.
According to the team behind the venue, Industrial Avenue aims to give club-goers a more laid-back alternative to the glitz and glamour that the city is famous for with no sparklers, rope or over the top elements.
The club’s for-the-people ethos is a welcome change with a back-to-basics approach that’s all about the people, the music, and the dance floor. The experience and its casual dress-code means visitors are likely to see guests giving up on the heels for their favourite kicks.
The club, set to launch today, will open the underground scene to a market lacking in options outside of the more VIP driven venues. Whilst there will be tables available at Industrial Avenue, a large dancefloor will take centre-stage.
Open Wednesday-Friday, the new line-up offers three musical theme nights from Wednesday night’s flagship underground house and techno event Kovert, to old school Hip-Hop, R&B and Grime offering Steezy, taking place every Thursday. Fridays will be home to Casa Loca, Industrial Avenue’s immersive and story driven experience with a cross genre house soundtrack.