This German town just passed a law that eliminates club closing times
Club goers in the German town of Leipzig will soon be able to party all night long, thanks to the location’s instatement of a new law that effectively eliminates club closing times.
Whereas all clubs were previously required to close between 5 and 6 AM, the local council’s unanimous vote in favor of the eradication of closing times will now allow nightlife venues to remain open for as long as establishment owners desire.
“It’s a great and assuring sign from city officials that they appreciate the impact of club culture and club spaces in Leipzig and their influence on creating and nurturing a thriving and creative local community,” said Leipzig club owner Franziskus Thiem.
700 Leipzig residents took to the streets to celebrate the law’s passing, a laudatory gesture that befits the law’s institution.
H/T: Stoney Roads