San Francisco nightclub 330 Ritch will not reopen following a shooting that injured three people there on Saturday, according to reports.
The owners forfeited their entertainment permit for the club—a popular venue for DJs and live music—to the city after three men were shot following a fight inside the club that spilled out into an adjacent parking lot, according to NBC Bay Area. The three victims are expected to survive.
Mayor Ed Lee had a firm message for nightclub owners after the shooting:
“The entertainment industry is trying to have dialogue with me about more night entertainment,” Lee said. “Well if the nightclubs don’t keep it up so we prevent this type of thing, then we won’t have a positive response from the city.”
The closure follows the recent departure of Club 6 and SOM. Bar from San Francisco’s nightlife scene. For several years, until 2011, 330 Ritch was home to Popscene, where Muse, Mumford & Sons, Amy Winehouse and Phoenix performed early in their careers.
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