Miami’s Club Space Reopens This Weekend

Get your coolest mask and those festival outfits that were planned last year that are still ready to be worn. Miami’s Club Space is opening! It is by reservation only, but we’ll take it.

Just a little over a week ago, Governor Ron DeSantis announced that Florida entered Phase 3 of it’s reopening process. You can read more about the details of this Phase here.

However, the main takeaway for us music fans was that local bars, nightclubs, and venues are now cautiously opening their doors!

And now, Space will be the first large-scale venue in Miami to reopen since the shutdown – albeit with strict rules in place to ensure health and safety.

Want to party at Space? Follow the rules.

Unfortunately, to enforce social distancing, there will be no dance floor. Space has restructured a bit to feel more like a day club. There will be tables set up throughout the terrace and loft spaces. Servers will be attending to each sat table. Management will also be implementing other new venue and guideline-approved designs and additions.

Thirty tables will be spread out throughout Space's terrace and loft areas.

Lastly, there are some time constraints to the widely known club. Space “would open up at four o’clock on Saturday and then again at 6 a.m. on Sunday and go to curfew — sunrise to sunset.” Specifically, the times are Saturday 4 to 11 p.m. and Sunday 6 a.m. to 11 p.m and, remember, by reservation only.

While there are many guidelines that Space MUST follow (and rightfully so!) it’s a source of light for us right now. Keep wearing those masks and being safe and cautious.