If you are privy to European club culture, the seminal figure of Cocoricò’s iconic pyramid aesthetic will be a sight you are familiar with – for all the right reasons.
Cocoricò has been at the forefront of Italian nightlife since the late 80s, before closing doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Some three years later, good news for the club’s owners and clientele as the venue will open its doors again on November 27th.
We can reveal that the club has been given a new lease of life with almost 2 million euros invested into major internal refurbishments – contributing to a new look for the jewel in Riccione’s cultural crown.
Beyond its new interior personality, Cocoricò has vowed to emphasise a more inclusive and equalitarian approach to its programming. Embracing a much required social perspective, three out of their five residents will now be female. They will also aim, where possible, to book fresh talent and bring a new cycle to the club’s life. The new direction is an advocation to help advance the Italian music industry towards a balanced and comprehensive environment.
Meanwhile, partygoers eagerly look forward to returning to Italy’s most-loved and visually stunning club space, with 1500 tickets to the reopening event selling out in less than 10 minutes.
Venues in Italy are allowed to operate at a capacity of 50%.
For the club’s updates, you can check Cocoricò’s Facebook page.