Code of Conduct
We remain dedicated to bringing you the best party experience possible with safety and responsibility as our top priorities. To make this possible, we have developed the following guidelines. We welcome all who share this vision.
PURA is your Upscale Latin Party Destination designed with fun, safety and responsibility in mind. PURA party people respect themselves and the club and want to represent Latinos in a better, more positive way. From the way they dress to the way they interact with others, PURA’s party people know how to have a good time and keep the party fun and safe at all times. PURA welcomes ALL people who understand, respect and maintain this point of view and behavior.
PURA maintains a Zero Tolerance Policy against people who do not share these ideas and beliefs. Violence, threats, disrespect and irresponsible drinking will NOT be tolerated at all. There will be no warnings and no second chances. If you violate PURA’s Code of Conduct you will be removed from the event and NOT allowed back in the future.
PURA maintains a well-organized, trained security staff for your peace of mind and assistance. Our staff is always courteous and eager to help. We investigate all incidents and work with our customers to solve any issues or problems that may arise. We maintain a respectful relationship with our neighbors and patrol the club’s surrounding area for safety. PURA patrons should always maintain respect for the neighborhood, its people and its property.
Drinking outside the club or in vehicles is prohibited. Anyone who is intoxicated will NOT be allowed into the club. Drinking in line is not allowed. Drugs are an immediate cause for removal from the club or refusal to enter. No party buses or guests arriving from party buses without advance reservations.
PURA only accepts the following forms of identification for proof of age:
(1) A document issued by a federal, state, county, or municipal government, or subdivision or agency thereof, including, but not limited to, a valid motor vehicle operator’s license, that contains the name, date of birth, description, and picture of the person.
(2) A valid passport issued by the United States or by a foreign government.
(3) A valid identification card issued to a member of the Armed Forces that includes a date of birth and a picture of the person.
We do not accept any identification that is excessively worn or damaged, and we will not accept any document that appears to have been altered. We reserve the right to refuse to accept any document presented as proof of age at our discretion.