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The beginnings of K4 Club coincide approximately with the beginning of the last, more liberal period of Yugoslavia. Along with the established cultural venues, the subcultural scene in Ljubljana truly flourished at the end of the 70’s and in the 80’s. A group of people who founded non-profit student organizations, FV and ŠKUC, stood behind the clubbing scene, but they were mostly left to their own devices. The spaces of the most active clubs were moved from the student residence in Rožna dolina to the Liberty Home Theatre Šentvid and back.
K4 Club activity is visible for the first time in the second half of the 80’s when the club was founded by the ŠKUC student organization. It started as an informal and almost private space in the basement of the building on Kersnik Street 4 where the headquarters of most of the student organizations, political and cultural, were located.
Lack of a suitable venue and the ambition of the »alter« movement lead to the initiative in the Comittee of the Socialist Youth Slovenia for the renovation of the venue and the establishment of the official K4 Club.