After a decade, Pacha NYC closes its doorsPacha Morillo

After a decade, Pacha NYC closes its doors

One of the staples of New York night life has just announced it would be closing its doors for good after ten years serving the most vibrant dance music scene in the country. After a decade in the business, Pacha NYC was singlehandedly responsible for exposing New York City to some of the best talent in the industry. From Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso, to Skrillex, Erick Morillo, Chris Liebing, Paul Van Dyk, and myriad other iconic artists, the hallowed halls of Pacha have served as the launchpad for countless careers. Since its inception, the club has served as a snapshot of the music and the culture of the time, serving longtime techno fans and EDM newcomers alike. For the artists, performing at Pacha NYC has become a rite of passage and a highlight of many North American club tours.

The most earth-shaking decade in the history of dance music took place on the Pacha dance floor. For 10 years, it was the home of the New York-style 24-plus-hour marathon; where EDM tested its chops and earned its stripes; where stars were born and fans were converted. This January, Pacha New York is closing its doors for good.
Join Erick Morillo for one last time on the Pacha NYC dance floor as we celebrate a Decade of Dance and our final Anniversary Party on Saturday, December 12.
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