Index have announced they are moving location to a new Dublin City location at the end of the summer. The move see’s the club find a permanent home that will focus on the dancefloor, booth & sound to bring a new and unique club experience to Ireland’s capital.
Index Dublin is moving from their home in Smithfield, to a city centre space at the tail end of summer. The club promoters are keeping their card close to their chest, but have promised an ‘Index experience like never before’.
Previously teasing the move with a sign at Life Festival, the team now confirms the move for the end of the summer. The promoters have confirmed they will be collaborating with the team behind District 8, Life Festival & Index at the new space.
“Over the past 18 months we have created truly unforgettable moments bringing you the most exciting acts in Electronic Music, while always keeping our ears to the ground. We are now thrilled to announce that Index is moving to a new permanent home and in doing so delivering an Index experience like never before.“
“A venue that puts the focus on the dancefloor, the booth, the sound & all elements needed to create a truly special environment for dance music. Located in Dublin city centre – we will continue to bring the world’s best artists to the city while also supporting Ireland’s brightest talent.“
“This next chapter is presented by the team behind District 8, Life Festival & Index. A venue change is always an exciting challenge and we can’t wait for you to see what we have in store.”
“More details will be revealed as we progress through the Summer but for now – watch this space. We can’t wait to reveal every detail as we edge closer to dancing together again at the end of the Summer.”
Index has operated in 39-40 Arran Quay, Smithfield since 2017. The club has seen a number of changes, owners, and promoters in its time. Originally called 39/40, before rebranding to Here & Now, and previously known as Voodoo Lounge, the space has been an integral part of Dublin’s music scene for many years. The Index team has been operating in space for over six years, and in that time the space has changed dramatically. The club boosted its capacity and changed the layout post-covid, making the space the successor to District 8’s former home at Jam Park.