• Khidi

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Tbilisi’s newest super club is a church of techno housed in the concrete void of a 1960s bridge across the Mtkvari. Khidi is dark, but what you can see of it is minimal and beautifully designed — just like the music. The vast ceilings of the main room add to the cathedral-like scale and dimly lit concrete benches give you a chance to survey the action. Like its elder cousin Bassiani, Khidi attracts international acts and showcases local talent, including deeply avant-garde evenings of noise performances where everyone sits in neat rows of chairs — again, a bit like a church.

Vakhushti Bagrationi Bridge, Right Embankment