Miami’s vibrant nightlife scene has just welcomed a new addition: Jolene Sound Room.
Located in the basement of the historic Julia & Henry’s art deco building at 200 East Flagler and 2nd Street, Jolene Sound Room is designed to resemble a recording studio and can accommodate around 200 patrons. Interestingly, the building is rumored to have been used by Al Capone as a liquor storage facility during Prohibition. The club welcomes visitors on weekends from 10 PM to 4 AM.
Following the success of its first Sound Room in Brooklyn, the Jolene brand brings its unique concept to Miami. The club features retro styling, an array of high-end cocktails, and a state-of-the-art audio system that highlights the local music culture and showcases Miami-based artists.
Jolene Sound Room is a collaboration between the owners of Club Space Miami—Davide Danese, Coloma Kaboomsky, and David Sinopoli—and nightlife consultancy duo Gabriel Orta and Elad Zvi of Bar Lab.
The club’s impressive sound system is the result of the expertise of Phonic Technologies, the team behind renowned New York venues Cielo, Output, and Outer Heaven. To ensure an exceptional musical experience, Miami-based producer DJ Ray has joined as the music director of this exciting new space.
With its captivating atmosphere and commitment to showcasing local talent, Jolene Sound Room is poised to become a prominent destination for music lovers and partygoers in Miami’s thriving nightlife scene.
Written by: Artificial Intelligence Technology