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Gaudi Arena Club



This is perhaps the best venue in Moscow for true lovers of dance music. Free from the pretensions of many other of the capital’s dance clubs, it manages to attract big-name international DJs and events on an almost weekly basis.

Address:1, Bldg. 19, Skladochnaya Ulitsa, Metro: Savelovskaya, Moscow, Russia
Contact:+7 (495) 508 8060, http://www.gaudiarena.ru
Similar in Moscow:B1 Maximum Club, Solyanka Club, Propaganda Club
Similar Worldwide:Tsentr Klubnoy Zhizny Club (Kazan), Tresor Club (Berlin), Bonbon Club (Shanghai), Fabric Club (London)



Apparently this club used to be a chicken battery. Large grain silos sit on top of the main building, with lights featuring the club logo projected onto them. It’s an impressive sight on first arrival. Inside there is a main level with a large dance floor and an upstairs VIP level. The main level is meant to convey the atmosphere of a warehouse while the VIP level, replete with chandeliers, feels more like a medieval castle. You get what you pay for.
The club includes seven bars, a chill-out zone and plenty of comfortable couches. The central stage makes the DJ clearly visible from both levels. The club also employs some very talented VJs and scantily clad dancers. Drinks are reasonably priced for a club of this sort with most spirits and beers between 150-250 rubles. To get there your best bet is to take a car from the metro, assuming you can find a driver who knows where it is. Attempt walking there at your own peril - chances are you simply won't find it...


 

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