Inspired by the grandiose historical decadence of China's Imperial capitol, Beijing Club has been providing a premium nightlife experience for many since it's inception in 2007; in the competitive scene of Lan Kwai Fong, it is no small achievement for a club have such longevity.
From something as general as the dimensions of the venue to the minute décor, everything about Beijing Club is extravagant. Boasting to be the largest club in Hong Kong with a total area of twelve thousand square feet, party goers celebrate amongst the looming expanse of three separate floors with four dedicated bars as well as a massive American styled balcony.
As for the decorations themselves, the interior of Beijing Club has always been notorious; coverage by press even extends to the way the toilets are gilded completely in gold. With imported materials from Italy, France, and Spain, the entirety of Beijing Club glitters with Hedonistic expression. Most breathtaking are the Austrian Crystals that drape elegantly amongst the ceilings reflecting the bold hues of the dynamic LED arrangements. This is the graceful chemistry of archaic refinement and technological boldness which in turn is the innovative signature feeling that Beijing Club is proud to express.
Musically, Beijing Club is many things. One hand, it is the cutting ground for many up and coming DJs in Asia who - eventually upon their debut in Beijing - result in an expansion of exposure for the rest of the world. Beijing Club has always been actively seeking out the next big thing to bring to its supporters, and the next big thing has often taken place in Beijing Club.
On the other hand, Beijing has been a stalwart support of well established International Mega Acts. In the year of 2011 alone, the venue has brought in the likes of DJ Frett, DJ Spenny, Petedown, Beatbreaker, DJ Ace, MC Stik-E, Jump Smokers, Kon-Tempt, Disco Fries, DJ Jekey, DJ Serafin, DJ Daddy K, DJ Starjack, DJ Scarmixxed, nthem Kingz, X-Factor, DJ Cowboy, MC G-ZO & DJ Exel, DJ Solarz, DJ Midi, DJ Guzie, DJ Greg Leigh, DJ Deville and many more.
The evening at Beijing Club will be a familiar memory of exuberance and revelry.