Nicky Romero has nothing Toulose *insert laugh-track*. He has a thriving career as a DJ, is the founder and owner of Protocol Recordings and now, a potential owner of his hometown’s first night club. Though the initial sourced article posted on a Dutch online publication may be a little off base.
Romero took to Twitter yesterday afternoon announcing to fans the prospect of constructing a Veenendaal cafe, and not a club as published by a local newspaper (and the real source).
@YourEDM The real source said I’m thinking of opening a cafe, not a club.
— Nicky Romero (@nickyromero) January 4, 2015
Though Romero has yet to explicitly confirm plans of any kind, it appears that a brick+mortar scheme of some nature must be in the works for the Dutch producer. Manufacturing a club would compliment and aid to flourish the Veenedaal exports coveted brand, as it should only help further expand his music career. Constructing a club would be a way to contribute to the prosperity of Romero’s hometown as it currently lacks such a venue. The town of Veenendaal and fans worldwide await the plausible announcement from Romero.
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