After announcing Quad's closing this January, founder and co-owner Rick Day has disclosed plans to reopen the Midtown nightclub on Tues., April 1.
Starting in April, Quad will be run by Day's son, Chris Day, and will be open every Tuesday night. The complex will also be open for occasional Friday and Saturday night events with outside promoters.
The decision to reopen was driven by cutting costs and working with more contractors for promotion, lighting, sound, and security, according to Rick Day. In an email, Day stated, "Our landlord considers us an anchor tenant and made us a deal we could not refuse."
In addition, Quad will host monthly virtual performances with Mixify's Clubcast, where clubs use live-streamed DJs at events as a cheaper alternative to bringing in live acts to the venue.
As of Jan. 4, 2013, Quad has been closed for "renovations," partially stemming from Day's personal health issues. The EDM-centered club opened in 2010.
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