It is time to party and dance!
When the pandemic restrictions were coming into effect, quite literally by the hour in France on the evening of March 14, 2020, any public gathering place such as a nightclub or bar was at first limited to the number of people inside those establishments. Only to be told at 10 pm that night they had to close by midnight (when most nightclubs don’t even open until that time). All for legitimate safety reasons due to Covid19.
It’s been a long haul for the owners and managers of those entertainment venues but as of this evening, they are opening and just in time for summer!
There were a few nightclub and bar owners, like with those in the bathhouse world, who were
testing the government rules and restrictions the past week or so by opening with limited
capacity and without a lot of fanfare but now the all-clear has arrived.
The city of Nice has always been the central hot spot in the Cote d'Azur region for those in the LGBTQ
community with any number of venues to enjoy. With these restrictions being lifted, because
there is still some cause for concern, especially with the new variants popping up, some rules
will still be set in place.
Also, don’t be surprised if you see government inspectors coming into the venues to make sure everything is up to current health standards.
So the nightlife is back, who knows for how long at this point but be safe and have fun!