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Access Entertainment Club opens next week!

Access Entertainment Club opens next week!

The club scene in Auckland, and quite possibly the whole of New Zealand, is about to change with the opening of Access, a new super-club situated at 214 Karangahape Road.

Access merges cutting-edge creativity with incredible music to produce a new kind of nightlife experience. Headlining DJs, musicians and performers lead the charge, coupled with exclusively built performance elements and visuals, lighting, sound and special effects.

Designed as an experience to play with the senses, Access offers far more than the traditional club. The chic, fashion-forward venue, featuring state-of-the-art production, and, of course, local & world-renowned DJs and performers, turns on a new kind of passion and creativity – redefining a "night out."

Be prepared for 80,000 watts of spine-tingling sound, complemented by LED TV screens and intelligent lighting – all installed by leading AV company Groove Installs. Access boasts the country’s highest fidelity sound system with a frequency range of 5Hz~20kHz – tuned and time-aligned to perfection!

Groove CEO Dr. Jacob Simonsen says,
“This is the most advanced club installation we have done to date. The sound system can be loud but you actually FEEL the music through your whole body – a deep and clear audio experience.

We design and build to a room’s unique aural specifications and this installation will truly blow people away! Don’t even get me started on the video and light shows that will accompany the audio…”

The main room is lavishly appointed featuring a long central podium and a large dance floor that leads through to New Zealand’s only in-venue Oxygen Bar. Beyond that is a third, VIP Access Only, bar and lounge.

ENDS

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