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Jimmy’z, Monaco’s mythical nightclub, is moving to the Monte-Carlo Casino for three nights, from December 29 until the not so early hours of January 1.
Revellers will be able to dance the nights away until 6 am each morning at Monaco’s most prestigious venue. Doors open at 11:30 pm.
It was in 1971 when Jimmy’s first opened, a year after French singer and businesswoman Régine first performed in the Principality.
Also known as the “Queen of the Night”, Régine had started Chez Régine in Saint-Germain-des-Prés before “turning the world’s nightlife upside down” by owning several discos across the globe.
Her love affair with Monaco was cemented when, with the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer, she opened her very own club – Jimmy’z Monte-Carlo.
The legendary nightclub underwent a complete makeover and reopened its doors at the end of June 2017, offering a more open feel, with a floating Summer Bar on the lagoon, new open-air tables with a direct view of the club, and an exclusive VIP Boom Boom Room, a space purpose-designed by Philipp Plein.
The dancefloor continues to draw the biggest stars in the world as headlining electro names – Bob Sinclar, Robin Schulz, Martin Solveig, Mark Ronson, Fatboy Slim – have “helped make the Jimmy’z line-up one of Europe’s most cutting-edge clubs”.
Article first published December 29, 2017.
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