Brooklyn Mirage Nightclub to Re-Open Following 2016 Closure

The nightclub was required to close in 2016 due to a number of safety/fire hazards

The nightclub was required to close in 2016 due to a number of safety/fire hazards

            New York nightclub, Brooklyn Mirage, would grind to a screeching halt on May 26, 2016, the venue’s temporary “place of assembly” permit revoked upon the New York Fire Department’s discovery of numerous fire hazards, including the presence of “combustible material.” The club’s organizer, Cityfox, had come under fire the week prior once identified by police as a vendor of alcohol despite the venue’s lack of a liquor license.

            The re-opening of Mirage was a year ago, just that. Now, the re-establishment of the once buzzing night club has materialized with clarity, the New York State Liquor Authority having granted Cityfox a liquor license, and duly permitting the club to reopen despite its closure the previous year.

            Of a 6,000-person capacity, Mirage is a spacious spot that will invite visitors to attend its various club shows from 2 PM-4:30 AM, hours that will no doubt attract the city’s night owls in their considerable span. While the vibe of the club is yet to be felt and therefore determined, it certainly wouldn’t be a surprise if Mirage is constructed in the fashion of the underground vibe for which Brooklyn gains some of its musical fame.