Club promoter Paul Nicholls reiterates that something big is coming to West Hollywood. In an interview with Q Voice News, he says the new dance club coming to the former Rage Nightclub space will have all the “wow” factors. The space was recently leased by singer Lance Bass and Rocco’s WeHo business partners and promises to bring an all inclusive “mega club” experience.
“This will be a multi-sensory, immersive nightlife experience from the moment you arrive til the moment you head home,” Nicholls told Q Voice. “We are bringing the wow. We will have a heavy focus on the dance floor and that over-the-top club experience that was made famous by places like Studio 54.”
According to Nicholls, the yet unnamed club will have two levels and two dance floors, along with a kitchen, patio, and state of the art sound and LED lights.
He also states that the club will be gay, not gay friendly. “We are gay wanted,” he told Q Voice. “This will be a space for the entire community to come together and have an unforgettable time. The guest experience is everything.”
A source tells WEHO TIMES that no expense is being spared on this new venue. The new club promises to be the most high tech and visually stimulating gay nightclub in the USA with many custom elements. The promise of the biggest gay dance club in the USA is also not so much in reference to square footage, but more in that it will be the biggest gay dance experience in the USA.
WEHO TIMES made the connection between Rocco’s WeHo and the new “mega” club coming to the Rage space. A photo posted on the Gay Vintage Los Angeles for Men Facebook group confirmed that Lance Bass, of NSYNC boyband fame signed a lease and he was handed the keys to the former Rage Nightclub space located at 8911 Santa Monica Boulevard. The photo shows Lance and a business partner posing with landlords Monte Overstreet and his husband John Cole.
There have been numerous rumors surrounding the empty Rage Nightclub space on 8911 Santa Monica Boulevard since the legendary gay dance club closed permanently back in September of last year after being open for 37 years. The photo of Lance Bass posing with Monte Overstreet put those rumors to rest.
Q Voice reports that Bass will be heavily involved in the new club.
Nicholls added that “This will be a space for the entire community to come together and have an unforgettable time. The guest experience is everything.”
The read the full Q Voice article click visit: https://qvoicenews.com/2021/03/30/lance-bass-to-open-big-gay-nightclub-in-west-hollywood/.