14.09.09 by Jeff

Fortune Sound Club

This Wednesday is the grand opening of my friend Garret’s new club, Fortune Sound – and he wanted me to invite you all! RSVP here with your full name and ‘GRAND OPENING’. 147 East Pender. Chinatown. 9pm.

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Things you should know:

1. It’s Vancouver’s only club built for sound, boasting a $250,000 sound system, one of the biggest in North America.

2. Shepard Fairey has an amazing 60 ft installation going all the way up the stairs (the widest he’s ever made).

3. My friend Kenta Goto (Brknhome) and Rick Klotz (Freshjive) are designing crazy private rooms at the back of the club.

4. There will be a Booooooom party here in the future.

See photos below.


fortune sound night club vancouver gman rizk chinatown

fortune sound night club vancouver gman rizk chinatown

fortune sound night club vancouver gman rizk chinatown

fortune sound night club vancouver gman rizk chinatown

fortune sound night club vancouver gman rizk chinatown

Fortune Sound Club has been open for the past couple weeks unofficially, and it really is one of the few fun clubs in town (that’s me in the red waiting for Keys N Krates to start).

Hope to see you there Wednesday! (It’s gonna be CRAZY!)













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.







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