Ruhr area: popular club may finally reopen

Ruhr area: Popular club may finally reopen – "Who would have thought that"?

Bottrop. All clubbers in Germany had to be strong in recent months but in the Ruhr area there is however now in the truest sense something to celebrate.

Because of Corona all party locations in Germany had to close the doors. Many feared that some sheds might not survive the phase.

All the greater is the joy that a cult disco in the Ruhr area now opened again and directly with a big bang.

Ruhr: Cult club is allowed to reopen – "Who would have thought it?"

The talk is of the "dance club Nina" in Bottrop, which had been opened in 2011 by hit star Michael Wendler together with his then manager Markus Krampe.

The news about the reopening with the noble ambience in the Ruhr area has now been whipped out by Markus Krampe.

The ex-manager of Michael Wendler announced on Instagram a big party fever from the 1. October in Bottrop: "Yes, folks, who would have thought it?? After almost ten years, I’m sitting on this stage again, where so many cool gigs have taken place," begins Krampe.

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With the beginning of the new month it is finally so far again: "Then you can celebrate in your living room finally again." Then almost one and a half years of Corona compulsory break are over.

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And all Schlager fans from the Ruhr area can be prepared for something.

Because from the 1. October there is every reason for party: "We celebrate reopening, reopening and tenth anniversary," announces Markus Krampe and continues: "I’m looking forward to many acquaintances, maybe a few new faces," when it says: "Nina week".

The run on the popular party location in Bottrop should be certain to him. The reactions to the reopening:

  • Class!! See you there soon in any case
  • I still remember the opening
  • Mega, All the best at the ReOpening
  • We are there

However, as in all clubs in NRW, there are still corona-related admission restrictions. From an incidence of 35, the 3G rule applies. Visitors must then either prove that they are vaccinated, recovered or freshly tested. (ak)

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