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Houston's Newest Nightlife Concepts

Houston is a great city to visit, with lots of things to do, but what makes it alluring is its nightlife scene. And thanks to some new concepts from SEKAI Hospitality, the city's nightlife is going to be even more exciting than it already is. Sekai Houston


The Washington Corridor in Houston will soon be home to a luxury elevated boutique nightclub by the name of WYLD CHLD. The venue is being designed by world-renowned Brooklyn designer Marc Dizon and will have plenty of space for guests to enjoy the sights and sounds of the area.


This new concept from SEKAI Hospitality will make it feel like there's a festival going on all the time. A warehouse is being converted into this luxury space that will house so much room to relax and party that you'll have a hard time pulling yourself away from it.

It's a true sensory experience with sound, lighting and music all working together. This mega club is set to open this Fall and is the first of two from SEKAI.

Located at 1505 Saint Emanuel Street in the EaDo neighborhood, the venue is being transformed from an old warehouse into a tropical Art Deco-inspired oasis for DJs, dancing and lounging. With 26,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, including a 1,000-square-foot resort pool surrounded by 16 cabanas, this is the largest indoor/outdoor club in Houston.

What's more, it has Las Vegas-style sound and lighting systems from Audiotek, a specialist firm that serves clubs such as Omnia, Hakkasan and Wet Republic. The club will offer a 36-foot main bar, 27 VIP tables and stadium lounge seating.

The design of the space was inspired by Art Deco and tropical themes and the interiors will feature a primary color palette of teal, black, white and gold with arch accents, plaster, mirrored and ribbed wall surfaces.

Sekai is bringing in a talented group of DJs from across the country and is planning to host regular pool parties at the venue. It will also have a full menu of signature cocktails, including the famous Sekai vodka, to keep guests satiated throughout their stay.

In addition to the regular weekend schedule, there will be a summer day party series on Sundays.

Rise Rooftop

The newest addition to the Midtown Houston party scene is dubbed "Houston's premiere rooftop music venue." It's a 13,000-square-foot party space that retracts its roof for a cool breeze, so partygoers can dance underneath the stars without worrying about getting too hot.

It has all the glitz and glamour you'd expect from a high-end nightclub, but it's not without its own flair. Its neon collage on the facade, intricate lighting designs and all-star DJ booth are sure to draw a crowd.

Wyld Child

The second of Sekai Hospitality's concepts to open on the Washington Corridor is a boutique nightclub by the name of Wyld Child. Located at 5922 Washington Ave, it is the first of two concepts set to debut by the hospitality group this Fall.