The club is an award-winning venue that carries with it so many memories for various people. Wonderful memories, for locals, tourists, DJs, producers, partygoers, corporate people, and the likes.


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They’ve once won “Entertainment Outlet of The Year” just a couple of years back but we music lovers know (and know this by heart) that Zouk Club Kuala Lumpur is, to us, the “Entertainment Outlet of Malaysia”!

Simply because it has great spaces of varying themes, the best events, and they have brought in some of the biggest names in the music industry:

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They still are bringing in and introducing some of the biggest names in the music industry.

And tonight, Zouk Club Kuala Lumpur is celebrating their 8th anniversary! Oh, how time flies.

This year’s theme is called, “Happily Ever After” and like a fairytale, for one night only, the club will be filled with magicians, court jesters, fair maidens, and knights in shining armor. So join the kingdom of Zouk Club Kuala Lumpur as partygoers celebrate “Happily Ever After” within their “castle walls”. Party the night away at:

  • Zouk Mainroom featuring “4Play” with Goldfish and Reeve
  • Phuture featuring “Flava” with Luqe, Radzi, and MC Fendi
  • Velvet Underground featuring “F.A.B” with Ken, Pietro, and MC Point Blanc
  • Barsonic featuring Barsonic All Stars
  • Aristo featuring Shazz and Friends

No other plans to party elsewhere? But of course! There’s only one place you should be heading to, one party you should be attending.

Two things though; girls, please tell fairy godmother to extend your curfew. And boys, be prepared to pick up random missing glass slippers.

For more information, visit Zouk Club Kuala Lumpur’s website or their Facebook page.

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