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The world's biggest club, Privilege is a mind-blowing space that regularly hosts 10,000 clubbers. The venue was originally an open-air affair called Ku: stars including Freddie Mercury and James Brown headlined. Privilege's best times were undoubtedly during Manumission's infamous residency (1994–2006), with ground-breaking theatrics (including live sex shows). DJs Tiësto and Armin Van Buuren have also enjoyed seasons here.
The main dance floor is an enormous, pulsating area, where the DJ's cabin is suspended above the crowd. VIP zones are located on upper levels, while an open-air dome forms a chill-out zone. Pick your night carefully; sometimes this vast venue can feel achingly empty. In the Coco Loco room, DJs spin alternative sounds, and in the back room there are sometimes live acts.