It is not surprising that businesses, including nightclubs, have to find a way to reinvent themselves in order to get out of the COVID-19 crisis. After the Spanish government announced the measures to open the bars and clubs in phase 3 of the de-escalation, some establishments are adapting to this new situation and announcing parties that are still far from being normal.
This is the case of the Coliseum nightclub in Almudevar, which, with almost 30 years of experience, has scheduled for next Saturday, June 20, the first ‘online’ party to pay in Spain.
The club has made three types of tickets available to customers:
-4 euros for the general public that will go entirely to pay the cache of the artists
-10 euros for employees who want to support the maintenance of all the technical and human infrastructure involved in a party of these characteristics.
-Another type of ticket for sponsors with different advantages.
Clients will be able to connect online in streaming through the club’s website. Four djs (Buenri, Javi Aznar, Ivan X-Treme and Lázaro) will play in the online party in sessions of two hours each from 8:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m.
The club does not rule out maintaining this party line, given the new adaptation and new social behaviors with reduced capacity, in order to maintain all the direct and indirect jobs related to the business.