Every electronic music afficionado has heard of Club Space in Miami. Now it has a new sibling in New York City, Jolene Sound Room Brooklyn.
Space owners Link Miami Rebels, combined forces with fellow industry heavyweights Space Invaders and Bar Lab Hospitality to open the intimate new venue in the Moxy Williamsburg, located in one of NYC’s trendiest neighborhoods. The club takes its name from Dolly Parton, who serves as the inspiration behind Jolene’s sexy retro vibes.
Jolene truly offers something for everyone. For the audiophiles, there is a state-of-the-art sound system that optimizes the space’s natural acoustics, developed by Phonic Technologies, the team behind New York venues Cielo and Output. For the dancers who want to get down to the best music, the venue’s upcoming lineups include New York nightlife icons Eli Escobar, Mike Dunn, and more. And for the foodies, the delicious cocktail menu reflects the diversity of the neighborhood it inhabits.
We asked Jolene’s programming director what makes it stand out from other New York venues. Here’s what he had to say:
“Jolene is an intimate music and cocktail-focused room compared to a lot of the other bigger Brooklyn venues. It’s dark and sexy and has amazing sound. Guests have the chance to see top-caliber DJs from Brooklyn and around the world in an up-close setting that makes for a unique must-see NY nightlife experience. Some of the parties we have coming this summer include Maurice Fulton, Perel, Mike Dunn, Waajeed, Karizma, and Dee Diggs. We will also welcome back Justin Strauss, Toribio, Eli Escobar, and the DJs from The Bunker over the next couple of months.”
If you find yourself in NYC, Jolene Sound Room Brooklyn is a can’t-miss nightlife hotspot.