Famous party brand ANTS is coming to Soho Beach – What’s On

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By Alice Holtham

The colony is coming to the shores of Soho Beach on March 9, and we can’t wait…

Soho Beach, the new super club and open-air arena is set to open on February 23 with a huge Elrow party, joining the recently opened Soho Garden and Drai’s Dubai.

But the hotly-anticipated super venue has just announced another huge event, bringing worldwide party brand ANTS to the shores of Dubai on March 9.

The event will feature a line-up led by ANTS regular Andrea Oliva, who will be joined behind the decks by a billing which includes Art Department, Lawler, Matthias Tanzmann, and Sasha.

Early bird tickets start from Dhs150 for afternoon pool access, Dhs200 for general admission and Dhs500 for VIP.

The ANTS concept, an underground house and techno movement that was created at famed Ibiza club Ushuaia in 2012, has grown over the last six years into one of the world’s most recognised party brands. Focusing on minimalistic beats from some of the biggest names in the tech-house scene, the colony has recently staged parties in Fabrik Madrid, New York, and Electric Brixton in London.

ANTS is the second of two huge party brands set to take to the stage at the new super venue, Soho Beach, after it kicks off with Elrow on February 23.

The new venue is set to become an all-in-one party venue complete with luxury pools and private cabanas for daytime lounging, inventive cocktails and international dining for sundowners, and a super club with a big main stage that will host international acts on a weekly basis until the early hours.

It’s not the first time that the ANTS colony has come to Dubai, having previously hosted events at Dubai’s Provocateur club last year.

ANTS at Soho Beach, Friday March 9, 2pm to 3am, from Dhs150. Tel: (052) 488 8839. sohobeachdxb.com. Tickets from Platinumlist.net

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