Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 October
TENAX, it's time to dance
A few days after the (virtual) celebration of its 40th birthday - and in record time with respect to the new government regulations - Tenax announces its reopening. Back to dancing. After almost 20 months of closure, the Tenax finally reopens its doors. The restart evening is scheduled for Saturday 16 October with Nobody's Perfect, one of the most long-lived brands of the famous Florentine nightclub that has just turned 40 years old.Since the capacity, as per government provision, is limited to 50%, only 500 people will be able to access the Tenax. Consequently, to try to satisfy the request of its customers, in view of the weekend, the Tenax proposes two appointments with its resident DJs.The first is set for Saturday 16 and sees Alex Neri, Philipp and Cole in the console, the second is instead scheduled for the afternoon of Sunday 17 October and presents in line up Francesco Farfa, Mannie, Matteo Zarcone aka Zee, in addition to the aforementioned Philipp and Cole .The Club, where all anti Covid-19 safety regulations will be guaranteed, can only be accessed with the green pass and only if you are of age. It will be mandatory to wear a mask, except for the dance floor.That of Tenax, particularly in the coming months, will be a reopening in the name of the enhancement of its stable of resident DJs. “The enthusiasm for the reopening is skyrocketing” - say Tenax partners Roberto Nistri, Sandro Coragli, Jacopo Monini, Alex Neri and Marco Mannini - but at this stage we prefer to proceed step by step, enhancing our heritage. Bringing our audience back to dance on Sunday afternoon is a great challenge, but it was perhaps the only way to try to please everyone in this first phase of 50% capacity. Of course, the hope is that the limit will be recalibrated as soon as the health situation allows it ”.The entrance ticket to Tenax for this first reopening weekend can be purchased on the dice.fm platform at https://link.dice.fm/tenax29The reopening of the famous venue in via Pratese comes a few days after the (virtual) celebrations of its 40th anniversary. A story carved on the entrance wall of the Tenax that has seen artists such as Franco Battiato, Radiohead, Daft Punk, Ben Harper, Virgin Prunes, Talk Talk, Grace Jones, Spandau Ballet, Visage, Bauhaus, Psychedelic Furs perform on its stage, New Order Sisters of Mercy, and big electronics like Bob Sinclair, Carl Cox, Dimitri From Paris, Sven Vath, St Germain, The Chemical Brothers, Adam Beyer, Ricardo Villalobos, Nina Kravitz, Peggy Gou, Chris Liebing, Alex Neri, Marco Faraone, Francesco Farfa, just to name a very small part.