Epic is Prague’s most modern multi-genre music club with focus on electronic dance music. You’ll find the club at Revoluční 3, just a short distance from Dlouhá street. Twenty-five hundred square metres are spread over 3 underground floors, with 2 floors for guests and one for technical equipment. Smaller parties are held in the separate lounge with its own bar and DJ booth. In the large main room the biggest DJs always rock the house and guests can get their drinks at any of the 4 bars. Those with no fear of heights can view the main stage from the gallery upstairs, where the VIP zone is located. As expected, there is a separate VIP entrance.
A world-class L-Acoustics K2 sound system, over 100 square metres of P3,9 LED screens, and state-of-the-art lighting all provide an incomparable acoustic and visual experience. Furthermore, if you’re a real party animal,the club offers so-called Epic Cards, which you can download to your smartphone and use to collect various benefits. The Epic Prague club was established by the Medusa Group and Ministry companies, both of which have years of experience with dance music events.
The Medusa Group stands behind the legendary Medusa restaurant and bar in Bratislava, while the Ministry company supplies professional acoustic systems and other equipment to events such as Transmission, Magnetic Festival, Ultra Europe and the Sziget music festival. In 2017, these two companies joined forces to open the most epic music club in Prague.
For me it was already about fourth or fifth playing as a dj in an Epic club.
I had the honor to see the space before the opening, and even then I knew that the place I want to be a part of Czech DJ. It’s the best place where DJ can hear his set absolutely pure. Regarding cleanliness, playing there and only there without shoes because I like how I feel vibrations through music and the atmosphere of the whole body. Epicclub is the state-of-the-art club, far away, and safety rules are needed. So I recommend visiting the complete website Epic before visiting to know how the club is doing.
Photocredit by Kuba Zatloukal.