With a huge line-up and an overwhelming warehouse dance floor, The Grid will be launching on Thursday, 4th July for a new monthly underground rave concept in Dubai Studio City!
50,000 sq. ft dance floor
Heads up, party people! At last, you can unleash your inner rave animal at The Grid’s gigantic warehouse. It boasts a massive 50,000 sq. ft dance floor! The dance floor promises futuristic light shows and sound to reminiscent of European dance music culture.
Three International headline acts lined up for the opening party, bring it on!
Big ups to the team behind The Grid for putting on a huge international line-up. The launch party kicks of with Sebastian Mullaert, who’s been touring heavily around the globe after dropping productions like “You’re An Orchestra In The Cosmos,” “Direct Experience,” and “Chant de Paris.”
James Zabiela’s, who’s been at the forefront of dance music, with residencies at Space Ibiza, is headed for The Grid’s opening party. The British DJ started off as an opening act for the legendary Sasha and has never looked back ever since. Now becoming a stalwart on the dance music festival circuit
Teenage Mutants. The dance music duo that has a reputation for their high-octane sets, and are considered as one of the biggest German electronic dance music acts, courtesy of successful EPs like “Running,” “Future” and “Growing.” Here’s a preview of what their sets are like:
The man behind ‘The Grid,’ MadLou. After travelling the globe touring the circuits of the global dance music industry from closing super clubs in Berlin and Paris and all over Europe to the biggest festivals in the world such as ADE, Burning Man, Garbicz, Gardens Of Babylon to name a few, settled in Dubai to give us The Grid.
Also, the homegrown talent and DeepLike resident, Joséphine de Retour, whose throng of followers cannot wait for it and neither can anyone else.
Tickets on sale
Regardless of whoever is on the deck, The Grid will be exploding into action with a party until the wee hours of the night. Partying has never been so wild! Tickets are available for Dhs 150 online, and Dhs 200 at the door.
Photograph credit: The Grid