The “world’s smallest nightclub” just opened a location in Spain

Spain, especially Ibiza, is know for its mega-dance clubs. Now it’s known from the smallest dance club in the world.

It’s called a “Teledisko,” a one-square-metre telephone booth-like box that can be installed anywhere, even on the street. You step inside, pay a small fee (currently a two-euro coin), choose your favourite song, and then dance your brains out. Once the song is over, you can print out a photo of your experience. Want a video of your dance? You get a link for a video download. The whole thing lasts about three minutes.

Song choices are limited: “Dancing Queen” (ABBA), “Umbrella” (Rihanna), and, er “Barbie Girl” (Aqua). Feel like a disco ball, strobe lighting, or smoke? You can add both during your dance. And Teledisko can accommodate three people at a time.

Along with Madrid’s Teledisko, there are five set up in and around Berlin. The company also offers three units for rent and will ship them anywhere in the world.

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One thought on “The “world’s smallest nightclub” just opened a location in Spain

  • Looks like a (modernized) TARDIS.


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