When Space 34 announced on October 2 that it was shutting its doors with an October 11 "closing party," two months after a highly publicized drug raid by the Drug Enforcement Administration that netted eleven arrests, all you could hear for days was the churning of the rumor mill. Some opined that Miami's dominant dance music club wasn't really closing, a theory that gained traction once Space added a second "closing party" with DJ Danny Tenaglia for October 18. Others figured that its owner, Louis Puig, would sell the club so fast that it wouldn't even have to close for a single weekend. One unnamed promoter floated a theory that it was closing temporarily to avoid losing its... More >>>
Revelers wait in line for the first of Space's "closing parties"