Toffler (Club)

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Location Rotterdam, Netherlands
Type Nightclub
Genre(s) techno, house, minimal, tech-house
Capacity 600

Toffler is a nightclub situated in an old underpass in the central business district of Rotterdam, Netherlands, which opened in 2011. The club is located 5 minutes from Rotterdam Centraal station and has been host to DJs such as Seth Troxler, Marco Carola, Jamie Jones, and Maya Jane Coles. The club incorporates a hydraulic wall which is attached to the DJ Booth along with the light and sound system that can expand and contract to accommodate a varying number of visitors. [1] [ better source needed ]

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  1. "TOFFLER Rotterdam, NL". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04.