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FLUXX Announces Opening Date and Design Vision

FLUXX, San Diego’s newest nightclub, has officially announced the highly anticipated opening date.

Drum roll please…

FLUXX opens on March 12, 2010 with a red carpet celebration featuring DJ Cobra and Zen Artists! Mark your calendars party-goers, this is one event you do not want to miss!

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The Back Story: The space formerly known as Aubergine is undergoing a multi-million dollar remodel, designed by Davis Ink and managed by RMD Group #8211; the team behind the re-inspired Side Bar.

Aubergine was once one of the hottest clubs in San Diego, until such new venues as Envy and 207 entered the scene, causing Aubergine to fall out of the spotlight and eventually close its doors. Situated on the corner of 4th and Island in downtown San Diego, this 11,000-sq. ft. space will now re-open as FLUXX #8211; a high-end dance club.

Fresh New Design: Davis Krumins of Davis Ink, the creative force behind such hotspots as Hollywood#8217;s The Kress and Stingaree and Side Bar in San Diego, is leading the multi-million dollar remodel of FLUXX nightclub.

Enter FLUXX and get ready to be swept away by the electric color scheme that transports you to a playful state of mind and body. The bright white, black, pink, purple and bright blue hues are mixed with such strong, organic textures as faux grass patches, paper flower hanging lights and weathered wood logs. Beyond the natural d#233;cor, party-goers will be greeted with an array of modern design elements including a glass display box that will act as a rotating art feature to transform with the theme of the month, circular recessed cut outs in the floor to resemble a modern rock garden, and a 13-foot long cylindrical tunnel that opens to the dance floor.

In contrast to the old Aubergnie that was divided into several rooms and secluded spaces, FLUXX boasts a 7,000 square-foot open floor plan, featuring a circular dance floor, above which hangs a 15-foot custom rope chandelier. A new nightlife trend in the San Diego scene is interactive go-go dancing, and FLUXX is definitely taking it to the next level with a stage wall along the dance floor showcasing oversized blue, purple, grey and burgundy string art circles designed for dancers and DJs to perform inside.

Watch and learn in this new FLUXX video sneak peek:

 
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