Club NME Venice to open this month

Plus more bands confirmed for Club NME Milan

Club NME Venice to open this month
Club NME Venice is set to open its doors later this this month.

The new night, which will take place at the city's Popcorn club, starts on September 29 with a special set from Jamaica, with further nights planned for November 6 and December 1.

The new club night is the latest European venture from Club NME, which already takes place in Rome, Milan and Berlin.

Jamaica are also set to play the next Club NME Milan night at the city's Tunnel club on October 1.

For more on Club NME head to NME.COM/clubnme plus check out a photo gallery featuring bands including Joe And Will Ask? and Young Fathers at Club NME at KOKO.

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