I've given this alot of thought, and concluded that its not a bad Idea (For Kuwait). A month or so ago, Mark at 248AM posted about the Nightclub disguised as a tent. I thought that was a brilliant idea, but too bad it got busted.
But seriously, think of it logically. You're probably thinking 'oh whats clubbing without booze blah blah', well theres more to clubbing than booze. When you go to a club, and decide to get drunk as soon as you see the bar, you'll be drunk as hell, and wont remember a damn thing. Is that the point of a night out clubbing? No!
Clubbing is all about the glamour of the evening. It's about partying the night away, like theres no tomorrow. It's about dancing with whoever's infront of you (even if you dont know them). It's about living the night, with no consequences (most of the time). Why dont they have a club in kuwait then? i mean take away the booze (I dont mind it if they dont :P), whats wrong with having thumping sound system, lights, and a bar serving Non-Alchoholic drinks? Theres pretty much nothing they can argue, besides the idea of mixed dancing. But honestly, will you freaking grow up Kuwaiti officials? It's not like EVERYONE in this country is the 'perfect' religious citizen, and don't bother argueing, its a fact. Do they not know how much money they can make off clubbing? the land fees, and fees for the buildings, the fees for the sound, etc... It'd definatly help the economy in Kuwait. Theres also one (two, actually) massive advantage (the way i see it). My friends, that wanna party the night away, have curfews, etc... If their parents know theyre at a secure venue, then they wont have to be home by like 11 or something. The other being that my friends want to party, but the only 'proper' parties are the underground ones, which usually have weirdos and crackheads, which isnt such a good influence on the teens, and wont make the night so enjoyable.