DJs, bartenders, security staff and servers are being lined up for a new nightclub and private party space that’s opening in Novi in an era when dance clubs are borderline novel.
Stayin’ Alive, billed as a ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and more nightclub and a place “where real people have fun,” is scheduled to open in mid-to-late August in the Fountain Walk of Novi, 44325 Twelve Mile Road, on top of the Lucky Strike Entertainment complex.
Renovations for Stayin’ Alive a la John Travolta and the Bee Gees are turning the space that was formerly occupied by MBarGo into a weekend dance club with one of the biggest disco balls in the USA spinning over a huge lighted dance floor, say the owners and promoters, Vladimir Mirkovich, J. Kyle Hagerty and Brian DJ Godfather Jeffries, all metro Detroiters. They are teaming up with Lucky Strike Entertainment, a national chain of bowling lounges with 21 locations in the U.S.
The club wil include a rooftop bar, VIP room and be available for conferences, private parties, bachelorette and divorce parties.
Writer: Kim North Shine
Source: J. Kyle Hagerty, developer, Stayin’ Alive Novi