CHARLOTTE — Noi Vong wants to disrupt Charlotte’s nightlife.
His luxurious Bazal Gallery & Nightclub opens this weekend at the Avid Xchange Music Factory. The focus is on providing an exclusive experience and a new take on nightlife on par with cities like New York.
“Let’s put Charlotte on the map. I’m tired of hearing about it elsewhere,” he says. “We need culture.
The entertainment industry veteran – also behind QC Social in the city center – says Bazal took three years to prepare, as he juggled everything from Covid-related delays to labor issues. work. He invested nearly $2 million to transform the space.
“Finally it’s happening,” he said.
The 7,000 square foot venue – inspired by Art Basel – offers two distinct experiences. There is the gallery and the discotheque.
Expect the two-level space — which once housed the Butter nightclub — to draw inspiration from museums and art galleries, such as New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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