The next piece in the Soho Garden puzzle promises luxury poolside lounging by day and a state of the art arena for 8000 partygoers by night…

Meydan is becoming the go-to party spot thanks to the introduction of new super venue Soho Garden. And the third part of the nightlife concept, Soho Beach is set to open this Friday.

The contemporary beach party location will feature one of the largest pools in the region, host weekly daytime pool parties, as well as putting on some world class entertainment at the arena-style main stage on a monthly basis. 

The largest addition to the Soho Garden project, the main stage can host up to 8000 revelers, which will transform each month for different music festivals.

And we’re expecting big things from the line up too, which the venue says will ‘host the world’s most renowned music festivals, DJ’s and artists’. Two huge European party brands are already confirmed to grace the stage at the super club, with Barcelona brand Elrow kicking things off on February 23 and famed Ibiza party brand Ants taking to the stage on March 9.

But unlike it’s sister spot Soho Garden, you can expect to head down to Soho Beach in the daytime too. Centered around one of the largest pools in the region, the new hotspot is open from midday five days a week, and with a collection of cabanas, daybeds and jacuzzi’s, this might just become the go-to spot for daytime pool partying as well as the one-off evening events

There is set to be food, too. A Mediterranean inspired menu will feature dishes such as poke bowls, salads, light bites and sharing style platters. 

Soho Beach joins the existing multi-bar outdoor complex Soho Garden and Las Vegas export and outdoor super venue Drai’s. An indoor space is set to open later in the year too, which will be home to several concepts including London club Toy Room, which was previously housed in the Al Murooj Rotana.

Soho Beach, Meydan, Dubai, Wednesday to Saturday, 12pm to 6pm pool access. Tel: (052) 433 3375.

– For more about Dubai straight to your newsfeed, follow us on Facebook

Images: Supplied