New Nightlife Venue SUPERNOVA Celebrates Its One Year Anniversary

It has been one year since the spectacular venue first opened its doors, launching a new era of Seattle nightlife entertainment.

By: Jun. 27, 2022

New Nightlife Venue SUPERNOVA Celebrates Its One Year Anniversary

Since its launch a year ago, the nightlife hotspot has hosted some of the wildest parties Seattle has ever seen; a tropical beach party featuring 3000 lbs of sand, a living glitter bomb including kiddie pools filled with glitter, and, this weekend, a fully immersive floor to ceiling balloon installation to celebrate their anniversary. As a safe space for women/femme, LGTBQIA+ and BIPOC individuals, Supernova is redefining nightlife for the age of inclusion.

"We are not a gay club, we are not a straight club, we are a YES club" says owner/creator Zac Levine. "We welcome all peoples looking to enjoy a night of art and dancing to join us in celebrating life. No matter your age, gender, size, or color you have a comfortable non-judgmental home at Supernova!".

As the only nightclub in the world to boast exclusively drag queen bottle servers, Supernova aims to break the mold of traditional nightclubs. Rather than focusing on bringing in national talent, Supernova curates a high quality roster of local Seattle performers including aerialists, roller disco dancers, live musicians, go-go's, drag queens, DJs, and costumed character actors. Supernova encourages patrons to not partake in spectating, but to be a part of the spectacle with a dress code of "SPECTACULAR!" promoting imagination, self-expression, and effort.

The official home of Sapphic Seattle and BeautyBoiz, Supernova has quickly gained traction as a home for the queer Seattle nightlife scene. Sapphic Seattle's monthly events continually sells out 600 tickets in advance and BeautyBoiz continue to push the arts scene forward with ballroom and runway shows.

National and international celebrities and touring performers have chosen Supernova as a must-see destination when visiting Seattle. Unannounced impromptu DJ sessions by Louis The Child, Polo & Pan, What So Not, comedian Deon Cole and more have prompted the hashtag #YouNeverKnowWhoYoullSeeAtSupernova.

How to Tune In

Those who are unable to make it in person to the anniversary celebration can tune in live on the radio via C89.5 on July 2nd from 9PM-Midnight to hear the disco dance party with DJ Trent Von.

Supernova is a new, immersive arts and entertainment venue unlike anywhere else in the Pacific Northwest. Supernova focuses on enhancing the dance club experience through highly curated customer service and immersive programming, encouraging the patron to be a part of the art experience and not just observing it. Supernova's priority is to provide a home for local entertainers. In addition to DJs, Supernova incorporates Drag Queens, acrobats, Go-Go and roller skate dancers, character actors, aerialists, and live musicians into every event. Since the club opened its doors in July of 2021, Supernova has become a destination entertainment venue for diverse communities, producing 200+ events as a home for the BIPOC / LGBTQIA+ and female / femme community of Seattle.



Seattle Theatre Group to Present serpentwithfeets HEART OF BRICK in November Photo
Seattle Theatre Group to Present serpentwithfeet's HEART OF BRICK in November

“Heart of Brick” tells the story of two men finding themselves and falling in love in a gay dance hall and captures the multi-generational spirit of the Black queer community. Get event and ticket information here!

MISERY to Play Tacoma Little Theatre Beginning Next Month Photo
MISERY to Play Tacoma Little Theatre Beginning Next Month

Tacoma Little Theatre will welcome the fall season with Stephen King's Misery.  King's prize-winning novel and award-winning film have been newly adapted by William Goldman for the stage. This production is directed by Chris Serface. Get more information about the production here!


Author Ken Ludwig has certainly had a prolific career filled with some wonderful gems, “Crazy for You”, “Lend Me a Tenor”, and “Moon Over Buffalo” to name just a few. So, Village Theatre’s new production of his 2017 work, “Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood” sounds like a rollicking good time. Unfortunately, this new retelling of a classic adventure meanders about awkwardly not knowing what it wants to be. And that’s just one of the two big problems of a production that just laid there hoping the audience would find something funny in it.

Tacoma Arts Live Presents THE THANKSGIVING PLAY By Larissa FastHorse Photo
Tacoma Arts Live Presents THE THANKSGIVING PLAY By Larissa FastHorse

A satirical comedy by Larissa FastHorse, 'The Thanksgiving Play' is coming to Tacoma Arts Live. Don't miss this hilarious exploration of cultural appropriation and political correctness.

More Hot Stories For You


#repshow# in[i]# Expand Upon: Health Care
18th & Union (10/21-10/22)
#repshow# in[i]# RENT
Tacoma Little Theatre (3/08-3/31)
#repshow# in[i]# Girl From the North Country
Paramount Theatre (6/25-6/30)
#repshow# in[i]# MJ
Paramount Theatre (12/07-12/17)
#repshow# in[i]# BEAUTIFUL: The Carole King Musical
Village Theatre (11/14-12/23)
Tacoma Little Theatre (12/08-12/31)
#repshow# in[i]# Clue
The 5th Avenue Theatre (7/09-7/21)
#repshow# in[i]# Bloodletting
Pork Filled Productions (10/19-11/04)
#repshow# in[i]# Ken Ludwig's Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood
Village Theatre (10/21-11/12)
#repshow# in[i]# Two Big Black Bags
West of Lenin (9/21-10/14)CAST

Recommended For You