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Is Phoenix Underground reopening?

Two words posted on the Phoenix Underground Facebook page last week put Shreveport-Bossier into a frenzy: “Guess What!!!!!”

After local business owner, Tim Huck, made the post rumors began circulating that Phoenix Underground may be reopening at its previous location, 600 Market Street. While that’s not the case, there is still plenty to be excited about.

Huck plans to reopen a new Phoenix-inspired, top 40 dance club in the old Kokopelis location at 400 Commerce Street. While he hasn’t officially announced a name yet, we did notice the old Phoenix Underground’s Facebook URL has been changed to Phoenix Elevated. Our guess is this will be the name of the new location.

The building is currently being completed renovated with every detail being managed by the previous dance club guru himself. The 26,000 square feet structure will include new bars, a stage, dance floor, general admission and VIP spaces, along with $100,000 worth of LEDS that will rival any club within a 300 miles radius. It will also include outside seating and a limited food service that is currently being developed.

Huck says he plans to have the club open before New Year’s Eve.

What ever the name ends up being, it’s clear from the reaction on social media, that Shreveport-Bossier is eager to have a venue filling the dance club void that has long existed since Phoenix Underground shutdown in 2016.

Huck also owns another popular bar called The Sandbar, located at 400 Commerce Street. It also houses The Vault, a club inside the bar, on the bottom floor. It’s located just around the corner from the new club.

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Paul Savage, Jr. is a graduate of Centenary College of Louisiana and is the owner, founder, & designer of Savage Creative Solutions. Savage Creative Solutions is a full-service, integrated marketing agency headquartered in Shreveport, LA with a growing national footprint across multiple industries. Savage is a local marketing and communication professional, entrepreneur, and accomplished author. His debut memoir, "Diary of A Testicular Cancer Survivor," has been featured on Amazon's best-seller list.
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