One of Miami’s most well-known clubs – LIV inside the Fontainebleau Hotel (4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach) – is doing like most Miamians do and getting a bit of a refresh after several years of partying and late nights. Yesterday, the mega-club announced it is closing after the fourth of July weekend for the summer to undergo a $10 million renovation and will re-open in September.
David Grutman’s 18,000-square-foot party palace, which consistently makes the list of highest earning nightclubs in the U.S., will be revamped by experiential design firm ICRAVE. During the revamp the space will add new banquettes, flooring, bars, ‘Hollywood squares’ and wall coverings. Plus, “massive” LED walls throughout with 400 moving LED screens raising and lowering to choreographed movements inside its dome.
Of course the club isn’t going out without a final round of parties this upcoming weekend including performances by Kaskade, Lil Yachty and Slushii.