Night We Met aims to put Nashville on the dance music map

The house and techno club opens March 29 in the Gulch space most recently home to Nightscape.

The exterior of a black brick building with a bluish purple illuminated sign above the entrance.

Night We Met owners Jim and Allison Knight also put on Nashville’s Deep Tropics festival. | Photo by Night We Met

Nashville’s dance music scene is ready to find its groove at Night We Met, a new nightclub debuting later this month.

The 354-person capacity venue opens Friday, March 29 in the former 12th & Porter building — 114 12th Ave. N. — with hopes to be a hub for house music fans. Here’s what to know before you hit the dance floor.

  • Night We Met’s two spaces, the Club Room and Vera Lounge, are fitted with a Void Acoustics sound system and art installations. The bar program will offer “sophisticated twists on popular drinks.”
  • The initial lineup is out, and DJ Kyle Watson kicks off opening night. Check out the events calendar for more talent and ticket information.
  • The venue will feature a zero-waste program, including composting, recycling, and no single-use plastics.

Night We Met opens at 5 p.m. Thursday through Sunday. Doors close at 1 a.m. Thursday and Sunday and 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday, according to the website.

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