For over a year, Singaporean party-goers have come to terms with the idea that Zouk Singapore will soon move away from its Jiak Kim hotspot.
From signing petitions to doubling down on party nights, clubbing enthusiasts have dealt with the blow one way or another.
Now, the dates for Zouk’s move have been finalised and the last string of events have been set out for all to pay our respects.
The final party to be held at Zouk’s Jiak Kim home will be on December 3, before moving to its new home in Clarke Quay.
Some of Zouk’s tentpole parties will have one last hoorah with the final TGIW on November 23, the last Readyset Glo on November 25 and the classic Mambo Jambo on November 30.
The final weekend slot from December 2 to 3 will feature past and present resident DJs who contributed to the club’s vast history.
Zouk spent 25 years at Jiak Kim Street, establishing itself not only as a top destination in Singapore but also a global dance institution. The nightspot also ranked 10th in DJ Mag’s Top 100 clubs in the world in the years of 2006, 2007 and 2010.
Since then, the establishment has been sold to Genting Hong Kong and is currently in the midst of a global expansion, taking its annual ZoukOut event outside of Singapore for the first time since its inception.