Since it’s opening in July 1998, Niceto Club immediately became the musical referent in the area of Palermo.
Today Niceto Club is to be considered the only place in Buenos Aires where such a big diversity of styles, artists and audiences converge. Many local and international artists have performed in its stage and booth, whereas in the two dance floors it hosts many parties ranging from pop and rock to reggae, hip hop, electronica, tango, soul, funk and more…
Address: Av. Costanera, Punta Carrasco s/n – Costanera Norte
This is a very exclusive discotheque oriented to a very specific sphere of the population. Not anyone can enter this place. It is common to find celebrities on its dance floors or on the other side of them, where there is restricted access.
Tecno music predominates in the main dance floor where there normally are famous DJs from all over the world performing. The miscellaneous music can be found in the following dance floor, which is smaller.
Many fist level events are held here which makes it a point of reference for the porteños who are engaged in said environment.
Wednesday night is highly recommended as well as a decent outfit.
This disco was named after the numbering in which it is located on Alcorta Ave. It was inaugurated in 1958 with another name and then changed it during the 70’s to the current name. It is the one with colorful floors, “Saturday Night Fever” style.
Disco, funk and soul music, apart from the arrival of the “retro” trend, were the basis that allowed for Club 74 to be kept alive until today.
The round walls without angles, the lights, the disco balls, the vinyl records that were listened by other generations, the big armchairs and other items from those times also stand out.
There is a very private place in the back of the disco with comfortable cushions; and there is a second floor with a bar.
It opens on Fridays at 1am.