Tags: Brooklyn

The Sonic Jungle Brooklyn | RhythmTravels.com

New Venue The Sonic Jungle to open in Brooklyn

The Sonic Jungle is a “music and arts venue supporting the green movement through herbalism, wellness, and technology.” The new four-floor venue will be set on Flatbush ave located on a 44,000 square-foot space across Prospect Park in early next year, says Courtney McKenna, Community manager at The Sonic Jungle. We wont have to wait too […]






Schimanski Nightclub New York | RhythmTravels.com

Schimanski NYC to replace Verboten Nightclub

Couple days ago we got the pressrelease about Schimanski Nightclub to be opened in Williamsburg, NYC. Being in the mist of the holidays I didn’t take notice that this was the new nightclub to be open in the same venue as Verboten. Back in July we reported that Verboten had been shut down and seized […]






Nightclub in Brooklyn | RhythmTravels.com

New Warehouse Nightclub in Brooklyn

The founder of Bossa Nova Civic Club John Barclay has filed an application for a liquor license to open a nightclub in Brooklyn on 198 Randolph St in Williamsburg. The venue is a warehouse located in a heavy industrial area with a capacity of 1300 people. The application is to open a concert hall, restaurant as […]






Verboten | RhythmTravels.com

Brooklyn club Verboten sold to former Pacha owner

Recently the Brooklyn Techno nightclub Verboten had been under the weather due to fraudulent checks and sexual harassment accusations by the owners leading to filing a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in April. Verboten was seized by New York state in March due to $360,000 in unpaid sales tax. THUMP reported back in January that the owners had […]






Clubs in NYC | RhythmTravels

Clubs in NYC

Webster Hall Webster Hall is a 40,000 square foot nightclub and concert venue located in the East Village. It serves as a nightclub, concert venue, corporate events center. With 6 unique environments and a 1500 capacity performance hall on the second floor, Webster Hall routinely hosts the most celebrated events in the world. Performances by […]