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Press Release   •   Feb 06, 2017 19:01 +08

The DJMag Top 100 Clubs in the World polls are open, and Zouk Singapore is seeking fans' support to rally votes to keep Zouk Singapore within the top 10 roundup and to continue putting Singapore on the global nightlife map!

First opened in 1991 at Jiak Kim Street, Zouk is Singapore’s longest running club establishment and was hailed as the music institution responsible for propelling the dance music scene forward across the country and Asia.

Heading into it’s 26th year, Zouk has maintained a strong footing as not just a destination club space for visiting revellers, but also a uniquely Singaporean club venue with it’s constant championing of the local creative scene that spans across the local music, fashion, art and design scene – beyond the local-flavour Mambo Jambo nights which has the pull to gather generations of revellers in synchrony, other movements include fashion showcases, concerts, gigs , flea markets and local DJ grooming workshops and classes with the Zouk DJ Academy.

Relocated at Clarke Quay with the theme of evolution recently last December, the new space is primed to take revellers into a new era of clubbing with an immersive convergence of state-of-the-art light displays, quality sound systems, a raw and edgy industrial space, and of course, top-notch international, regional and local DJs.

Attributing it's success to the people, Zouk is a place that is more than it’s venue. Zouk is a local brand with soul – a soul that is gathered from the love and support of revellers old and new, staff, and collaborators of all sorts. With the move, the promise of taking clubbing to greater heights stays truer than ever, and the motto of bringing everyone together with “One World, One Music, One Tribe, One Dance” is an ever running mission for Zouk Singapore.

To vote, please visit Voting window closes on 17 February 2017. 

Zouk is a 25 year-old music-driven entertainment institution that provides a world-class clubbing experience by pushing the boundaries of electronic dance music and bringing in a constant flow of internationally renowned DJs such as Hardwell, Tiesto and Disclosure just to name a few.

Accessed through a dramatically lit and sculptural tunnel as a prequel to the scene ahead, Zouk remains as the largest outlet and the key plaza of the entire complex. Decked with two floors and flanked with three independent bars over three corners, Zouk will continue to be the main stage for electronic dance music and the dedicated arena for headline acts.

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