Health officials might have advised you to stay at home and practice social distancing, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on the joys in life. Clubs that are closed until further notice are getting pretty creative these days. This strip club in Atlanta is offering virtual lap dances and stage sets.

Magic City in Atlanta, Georgia closed its doors last week to ensure the safety of its employees and their visitors, along with many Atlanta establishments that are considered nonessential as stated in Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' new lockdown ordinance.

The club has been open since 1985 (almost 35 years). The owners came up with a creative idea to work with the growing changes of social distancing due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. 

Starting Monday, March 23, you could use the money transferring app Cashapp to send $20 to Magic City. They would then add you to the "close friends" list on Instagram to watch the new virtual shows.

Within the last 24 hours, the company has created a new website for live videos instead of Instagram. The site is currently in transition but is expected to be fully running within weeks. 

Right now, you can go on Magic City Live to watch live and recorded videos that are still available for only $20. 

Future visitors are advised to keep checking the homepage of the website to stay up-to-date on new uploads. 

This shifted business model gives the entire MC staff an opportunity to still make money while their facility is currently closed. 

Just think of it as supporting a local business, similar to ordering food from a local restaurant. 

Even Atlanta native 2 Chainz took to his Instagram to get the news out there about this very-Atlanta extracurricular activity you can still participate in. 

The rapper's caption states, "Can’t go to magic tonight, But you can go to magic tonight."

Once the site is up and running, you can attend virtual parties every night, excluding Sundays. 

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