Space34 Northeast 11th Street, 33132-1724, Miami,U.S.A.
- Music StylesHouse, Trance, Techno, Prog House, Electro
- Opening HoursSat: 11pm - 2pm, Events
- Accepts Credit Cards?Yes
- Busy Nights Saturday
- Transport / ParkingBus, Street, Valet
- Average Entry Cost
- Dress CodeDressy
- Guest List?Tickets
- VIP / Bday PackagesVIP Area
Space is a downtown Miami classic which has been bringing in massive crowds and the best DJs in the world for over a decade now [Read the Nightclub & Bar Review]
Nightclub & Bar Review
Space has been at the top of the Miami nightclub scene for over a decade now, and it’s easy to see why this classic space continues to be rated as one of the best nightclubs in the world.
The interior at Space isn’t groundbreaking or ultra-stylish, but it does the job and is doable for a spot that places such a focus on world-class DJs, super-late nights and going all-out. The design is pretty sparse, although they have a good lighting set-up and shining disco balls like futuristic moons floating in a blue sky above the crowd, and half the time the smoke machines are so jacked up you can’t see three feet in front of you anyway. Even though the club is super-spacious and spread over 2 floors, it gets real packed on big nights, but the upstairs section of the club is a rooftop terrace which makes it a good place to get some fresh air and a different vibe, especially when the sun comes up and people are still going strong.
Space has got some great sound, with crisp mids and plenty of bass in the system. The main room downstairs is generally for the Electronic and House DJs that they bring in, while upstairs you can find Hip-Hop and dancefloor R’n’B from time-to-time. The list of DJs Space has brought in is a who’s who of the dance music world: David Guetta, Roger Sanchez, Sasha, Pete Tong, Armin Van Buuren and Erick Morillo - just to name a few - so you know Space is for real if you dig your Electronic music on a grand scale.
The crowd here is pretty mixed, and the age range goes from the early 20’s to the late 30’s, with quite a few people suffering from severe light sensitivity, hence the need to wear sunglasses inside. The spread isn’t as glam as some of the high-end clubs in Miami, but then again that’s not the big drawcard here - it’s all about the music and the vibe, and Space has got that. Just make sure you remember your wallet - the drinks are pricey with shots in the teens, but that’s pretty standard for Miami
A big drawcard here, apart from the DJs, is that Space stays open real late (like way into the morning) which is cool and kind of rare for a club in the States, and you often find that Space starts to get full around 4 - 5am when the other clubs shut down. Entry can be expensive and more along the lines of a festival than a nightclub when the big names come through, but you gotta suck it up cause they host a tonne of sick parties during the Ultra Music Festival and always bring in the best, especially during the summer when Miami really kicks it up a notch.
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