VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/14/12 -- Celebrities Night Club is thrilled to announce today, plans for a full-scale makeover of Vancouver's landmark dance club, beginning January 2nd, 2013.
Located at the entrance to the Davie Village, Celebrities has served as a leader in the LGBT nightlife scene since 1980 and an icon in Vancouver's nightlife - continuing to bring in the biggest talents Vancouver has to offer, as well as internationally celebrated DJs and performers from all around the world, including Tiesto, David Guetta, Skrillex, Boy George and Ru Paul.
The Kerasiotis family, including Bill and Chris Kerasiotis, has held the license to the iconic club within the family name since 1978. Bill shares, "We've seen Celebrities go through a lot of exciting changes over the years, but it's been imperative to us that the heart and soul of Celebrities always remains the same. With the core untouched, we've been able to ensure this cherished club experiences continued, ageless success".
The renovation comes at the start of the new year following the resolution to give the nightclub the all-encompassing renewal it deserves - leveraging the venue to exceed its notorious reputation as the #1 dance club on the west coast, to reach an international scale. Celebrities will reopen its doors in early February, unveiling exciting features and additions, to arouse the senses of all devotees - new or old, straight or gay.
Alvaro Prol, co-owner of Celebrities, commented on the decision to renovate the popular club, "The goal of this revamp is to make Celebrities better than ever and to enhance what it's come to be known for, and that's namely amazing dance music within a superior club setting. It's important that those who have supported us over the years know these improvements will only reflect and heighten that sentiment."
Prol adds, "We pride ourselves on being one of the best dance clubs on the West Coast, and want to ensure Celebrities continues to evolve over the years in order to live up to its name and legacy."
Partygoers can expect the renewal to embody the timeless spirit of Celebrities' infamous charm - including a revamped sound system by one of the leading loudspeaker inventors in the world, Funktion 1, and a design overhaul by Vancouver-based BOX interiors; reinforcing Celebrities' commitment to set the bar for a bigger and better dance scene. The club will boast the latest in state of the art technology, lighting, sound and aesthetics, and will unveil an exciting new feature that will remain under wraps until the club's grand re-opening party.
Celebrities' ownership assures fans that they can expect weekly club nights to remain the same following renovations, including the nostalgic "Celebrities Famous Tuesday", "Faded Wednesdays", "Hard Candy Thursday" and "Stereotype Fridays". But with every revamp must come a new tradition to carry forward, and Celebrities will be announcing a brand new Saturday club-night that will launch with the club's reopening.
During the makeover process, Celebrities' fans and supporters far and wide are encouraged to check in, at www.celebritiesnightclub.com for up-to-the-minute photos and updates on the nightclub's metamorphosis. Those interested in an invite to the club's grand reveal can provide their email address to email@example.com to receive an early invite and first-hand access to details that clubgoers won't want to miss out on. Conversation, support and anticipation is also encouraged on the @Celebrities_Van twitter feed using the #celebsremodel hash-tag.
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