After nearly 11 years, Denver’s premiere dance music club will be closing its doors indefinitely.

In a rather surprising Facebook post, Denver’s Beta Nightclub announced it will be shutting down shortly after the new year to “acknowledge the need to take this time to reset, recalibrate, and re-familiarize [them]selves with [their] promise.” Voted the No. 1 club in America by USA Today and Rolling Stone, Beta’s vision was simple: Club culture evolving.

The announcement did not specify a reason for the impending closure, and the news would seem rather shocking if it did not come amid a string of venue closings this year. In 2018 alone, club closures in some of the country’s strongest dance music markets suddenly shut their doors. Denver’s Beta now joins The MID in Chicago, The Electric Pickle in Miami, Cielo Nightclub in New York, and Brooklyn’s Output.

Beta’s last night of business will be January 5th, 2019.

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Written by Ryan Morse

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