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SINGAPORE BARS & CLUBS:
The Headquarters by The Council

  • The Headquarters by The Council
    Headquarters by The Council. Photo credit: Colossal Photos
  • The Headquarters by The Council
    Headquarters by The Council. Photo credit: Colossal Photos

Headquarters by The Council is the new party home base for The Council, helmed by Eileen Chan aka DJ Cats on Crack and owner of KOI Izakaya, Clement Chin. The new space will host their Council series from Wednesdays to Saturdays, with Resident DJ Julien Brochard spinning electronic beats alongside other local DJs.

Known for their pop-up underground parties featuring local faves like Haan from CBD raving ground, Kyō, to Berlin’s Kaiser Souzai, The Council’s recent party base hosts regional and international DJs who spin beats from house music, disco to techno. The Headquarters is then a no-frills underground club that is home to a community of music lovers with their signature parties and weeknight events.

You can even expect an experimental flair from their parties and not just a dark room with music, since they’ve turned streets into dance floors and shop houses into dancehalls. They've also brought parties to open-air carparks, secret villas and stunted rooftops. Cover charge is free on Wednesdays and Thursdays, but for the weekends, purchase your first drink at $15 to gain entry into the club.

Get updates on their events from their Facebook page.

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The Headquarters by The Council, 2 66 Boat Quay, Singapore, 049854 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Clarke Quay

Opening Hours:

Wed-Sun 9pm-3am
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