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Parent's Q&A


Q: Where are you located?
A: 3485 University Ave, Riverside, CA 92501 Inside the Life Arts Building

Q: I don't know much about this teen club thing. What is it?
A: We like to consider it a place our guests can come in and blow off steam in a safe environment. They can meet new people, dance to the
music they like and just basically be kids while still being supervised.

Q: Is it safe?
A: We have a professionally licensed and insured adult security staff that works during all hours of regular operation. We have clear rules and regulations posted in our entryway.

Q: What about alcohol and drugs? I imagine that's big with teens.
A: No Alcohol will be served or allowed at all. Boys are searched upon entry, and girls' purses that are larger than half-a-shoebox are opened and screened for any types of contraband. Also, smoking is not allowed anywhere in the building.

Q: How do you keep kids from being harassed or "influenced" by others?
A: We keep a close eye on who looks like they're having a good time and who isn't. We also have a zero tolerance policy on intimidation,
harassment, provocation, and any improper physical contact. Anyone engaging in such activity will be escorted from the building without

Q: What do you offer inside? Is there food? Beverages?
A: We are much like a high school dance, offering professional DJ's playing dance music, Videos , and socializing. Sometimes we have
interactive activities, Live performances , and we even fly in celebrities from time to time. We will have hot dogs, nachos, soft drinks, bottled
water, energy drinks and much more.

Q: How many people come to Club Inferno at one time?
A: Our attendance can reach anywhere from 100 to 800 kids on any given night.

Q: Are parents allowed in?
A: We welcome parents and adults to come in and check us out anytime before 9:15 pm, after which we ask that all non-employees over the age of 18 exit the building. We set this rule for two reasons:

  1. If we let one adult stay, we have to let them all stay, and pretty soon kids start to feel uncomfortable with their moms and dads hanging out with them.
  2. We would then have to start watching "parents", as well as kids, and we don't know who is really who, and who is just a creepy old
    (wo)man that likes to hang out with kids.

Q: Is there a dress code?
A: Covered is the code we use here. Ladies must not be showing their "unmentionables", and guys must be wearing shirts, in full when
inside Club Inferno. For the most part, we let the kids wear what they like. Our security staff, however, reserves the right to invoke any
amendments to our dress code at any time.


If you have any more questions, please feel free to call us! 909 466-4363.
Or if you miss us in the office you can e-mail us and we'll usually answer them same day! please include "parent questions" in
the subject line

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