ZODIAK aspires to be a safer space born from our passion for electronic music and visual arts. We are proud to welcome everyone who wants to dance and live a stellar experience.
We are all made of stardust moving through space and time. To enhance our collective experience, we created a space where freedom, creativity and interactions thrive. A space where our family of nightclubbers can all feel safe, welcomed and respected.
We accept everyone as they choose to identify because we want everyone to feel safe and at home. We are strongly against any form of ableism, classism, queerphobia, fascism, fatphobia, homophobia, pinkwashing, racism, sexism, transphobia, xenophobia and any other form of discrimination.
Consent comes into play in a variety of interactions within our community. We value clear verbal and explicit communication to ensure that each person’s boundaries are understood and respected. We ask our guests to remember that people own their own bodies and that we won’t tolerate touching, grabbing, photographing or commenting unless explicitly agreed on.
Take care of yourself and others. We advise our guests to look after each other but also after themselves. As we built this space to promote interactions, we encourage people to treat others with respect and dignity. It is also your responsibility to take care of yourself in this shared experience.
To protect our guests’ privacy, we enforced a discretion policy which prevents people from taking pictures inside our space. We want an environment where we can all dance, live an intense experience and meet new people without any second thoughts.
Our staff is ready to act against any questionable behavior. So if you feel unsafe or need help, please reach out to our staff immediately. We’ll do our best to address any issue in the most suitable way. Any form of abuse will not be tolerated. We reserve the right to refuse anyone violating our house rules.
ZODIAK will comply with the obligations determined by the competent
authorities to limit the spread of the coronavirus.