A new £400,000 club is coming to Tamworth this March, bringing the ultimate nightlife experience to the town.
ATIK and Vinyl will open in Spinning School Lane on Friday 23 March following investment by The Deltic Group, the UK’s leading operator of late night bars and clubs. And while the transformation is ongoing, existing club, Kuda, will continue to operate as normal until Friday 16 March, when the venue will host a final farewell party.
ATIK will showcase the very best in light and sound technology, playing club hits, with a regular line-up of guest DJs. For retro fans, Vinyl, will keep the much loved illuminated dance floor and its glitter balls and will continue to play guilty pleasures and pop classics. However, the entire venue will have a fresh new look to provide the ultimate party experience for customers.
Groups and parties will be catered for with eight pre-bookable, VIP booths with table service from a team of hosts throughout the night.
General manager, Stacey Penney, said: “We’re really looking forward to reopening as ATIK and Vinyl, to deliver a fantastic venue and night out for existing and new customers. We have exciting plans for our launch and beyond, attracting top DJs and celebrities.”
To find out more about ATIK and Vinyl follow the venue on Facebook www.facebook.com/atiktamworth, Twitter @atiktamworth and Instagram @atiktamworth.
The Deltic Group is the UK’s largest operator for late night bars and clubs with 57 venues and employs 3,000 people.
Issued by Limegreen Communications on behalf of The Deltic Group
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