In November of 2017 our team began producing the “Stayin’ Alive” weekly pop-up Disco party event series in the SoDo district of Seattle. Stayin’ Alive was an immersive music, dance and cultural experience hosted onboard the historic Orient Express train cars on 4th Avenue in SoDo (formerly Andy’s Diner est. 1949).
In an effort to expand on our success and to accommodate an even larger and growing audience, we created Supernova – an exceptional and unique Seattle arts and entertainment venue that provides intersectional community-building unlike anywhere else in our region: the freedom to unequivocally be yourself in a safe, fun, friendly space that caters to diverse audiences, communities and self-expression.
We focus heavily on creating a safe and welcoming environment for women, BIPOC, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community as employees, patrons and entertainers. Our safe space and other-worldly atmosphere takes you away to a place where they can engage with visual art, music, dance and performance art that brings folks together from all walks of life.
We created Supernova because Seattle deserves an immersive engaging arts and entertainment venue.