Ever been to Scottsdale's Axis-Radius? If you don't make it before the 29th, you never will! Don't miss out on the experience, and check out the 16-year old clubs "Last Call" last hurrah if you can. All is not lost, however, and if you can't watch the phoenix in it's final flight, you can at least visit once it's reincarnation, the Livewire, rises from the ashes.
After 16 years of business, Axis-Radius, Scottsdale's longest-running dance club will be closing its doors at the end of the month.
According to the Phoenix New-Times, the Old Town Scottsdale institution will have one last hurrah June 29 called "Last Call."
The club, which debuted as a martini-and-cigar bar in 1997, will not be closed for good, though.
Up on the Sun has learned that Evening Entertainment Group -- the company, run by longtime Scottsdale nightlife mavens Les and Diane Corieri, that owns the property -- is planning to transform Radius into a concert joint called Livewire by the spring of 2014.