Time To Dust Off Those Dancing Shoes Because Ferndale’s Boogie Fever Is Coming Back

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It looks like the owners of Ferndale’s Twisted Tavern want to turn back time and go back to the 70’s and 80’s dance club concept.

People have missed the club so much that Boogie Fever Cafe and Disco will be reopening on the evening of Saturday, January 20.

“After Boogie Fever closed its doors and we opened Twisted Tavern, people still talked about Boogie Fever,” said Mark McConnell, owner of Boogie Fever. “ The nightclub was open for 15 years and was a big part of people’s lives.”

Most of the things that people loved about Boogie Fever will remain the same; like the light up dance floor and mannequin sitting on the half moon above the bar.

There will be some new additions, like a cafe in the front part of the club that will offer seasonal dishes. Guests will be able to grab a bite to eat before dancing the night away.

The club will also have live music on Friday nights starting in February. Friday Night Live will feature some of metro Detroit’s best cover party bands like Fifty Amp, Fuse, Atomic Radio, Phoenix Theory and Rockstar.

Doors open on Friday and Saturday nights at 9:00 p.m. and there is a $5 cover. You can reserve a table by calling 248-541-1600.

Boogie Fever Cafe and Disco is located at 22901 Woodward Avenue Ferndale, MI 48220

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