Paris Club Concrete Gets 24-Hour License



If raving is in your blood, then the ultimate party is always a 24-hour party. These are rare in America unfortunately due to lame anti-party laws, especially in the state of California where there are more unnecessary rules and regulations than anywhere else in the world. It’s a different story for Europeans though, which is where a club has been granted an extended license.

One of the biggest clubs in Paris, FranceConcrete, has just been granted a license to stay open 24 hours. Starting on March 10th, it can stay open “as long as the public can dance”. Before that, it could only remain open until 7 a.m. on weekends, but new legislation has been written by local authorities. To celebrate, the club is throwing a 28-hour party. With the USA becoming business friendly again, it should take note of how Concrete is doing things to possibly stimulate the nightlife industry across the country.

H/T: Mixmag