New club in downtown Moscow
Average bill: 1,200 rub.
At the end of 2010, in downtown Moscow, a new night club in Oruzheyny Lane opened its doors. O2 Studio met demands of most sophisticated fans of the city’s night life.
In summer 2011, the club changed it's name to Discodome as it has everything a resident of a modern megalopolis may want: a club featuring European quality sound by best Russian and international DJs, spectacular shows with best go go girls, atmosphere of never ending fun and happiness, and a restaurant offering Japanese and European dishes.
Its unique 2,000 m2 two-level inner space is also worth mentioning. It includes a spacious dance floor, 5 bars, a restaurant, secluded VIP rooms, cozy lounges, a huge pool and new professional music and sound equipment. In short, this place has everything for your best party ever!
Discodome is open each Friday and Saturday, from 11 p.m. till morning!
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