Miami’s most notorious nightclub is reopening tonight after a nine-week renovation.
LIV Nightclub at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach received $10 million in upgrades, according to the South Florida Business Journal, which says they’ll be featuring “a new high-tech lighting system with a 410 motor Spider that descends from the ceiling.”
While the club isn’t slated to officially open until October, this weekend serves as a sneak peak, with Travis Scott performing tonight and Skrillex taking the stage on Saturday.
The 410-motor spider “creates this experience unlike any other nightclub,” says Mo Garcia, VP of Operations at LIV, in the video tour below. “We knew it was time to renovate. We knew we needed something extra and we wanted to take pride in being ahead of the curve in the nightclub industry.”
LIV was named the fifth most profitable nightclub in the country in 2015 by Forbes, which estimates the establishment pulled in $45 million in earnings the year before. It was the only club in the Top 5 not based in Las Vegas.