E11even Miami: A Photo Tour of the New Nightclub and Nude Cabaret
All photos by Laurie Charles This is E11EVEN.
Last night, all of the mystery was unveiled at E11EVEN Miami's media opening, where we got to experience firsthand the "upscale nightclub, meets Cirque du Soleil, meets international cabaret."
While not a "strip club" per se, there certainly was a lot of boobage, jaw-dropping aerial acrobatics performances, and exotic dancers atop the club's center hydraulic stage (which happens to have a removable pole).
Owned by Vegas nightlife impresario Dennis DeGori, the 25,000-square-foot, two-story club cost a total of $44 million to complete, that's including their Funktion One resolution 6 sound system.
"That's the same sound system they have in the Marquee in Vegas, except they have resolution 5 and we have 6," bragged Yami Alvarado, E11EVEN's PR spokeswoman. "It's very state-of-the-art."
Adding to the cost was the lighting, designed by the same man behind the New World Symphony Wallcast projections in Miami Beach, several LED video walls throughout the club, including its four bars and main DJ booth, and all of the minor details, like golden, mosaic tiling, bronze frames, and an LED fireplace in the mezzanine.