Filled to capacity with teenagers 17 and older, this no-alcohol club is a jammin' joint. Typical Saturday evenings find ... More
Filled to capacity with teenagers 17 and older, this no-alcohol club is a jammin' joint. Typical Saturday evenings find 100 or more teens in line outside waiting to be let inside. The owner concentrates on keeping this dance club safe but fun and provides extra club security on hand to ensure that. Policies against leaving and returning help keep teens safe; frequent set changes and special event party nights keep things interesting. The teenagers eat it up and line up here, night after night.
I liked the music and the fact it gives something in the neighborhood something to do in a half way safe enviroment and i say half because i think the security is more of a threat to the kids than the other kids are. I am short and look really young but I am 32 and I saw a kid get kicked out because he was kissing another guy. I walked up asking everyone who the lead security is and when someoneThe security staff laid there hand on me I asked him what his name was and he refused to give it and told me I didnt know who he was.EXACTLY! anyways finally the lead security dude came up and told me he was the lead and told me : "You you get your ASS out of here, yah you, I have been doing this for years and your gone" what in the world? his security laid a hand on me for asking a question and the lead kicks me out. Your kids are not safe there. the security is power hungry and made a story up about that gay kid saying he did something fowl but i never saw it and I think they made it up to cover there butts. so what is there excuse for yanking my shoulder. I am 4' 11" and only someone who has seen me handle drunk or fighting people would think I was threat. yes I work security too and this crew was yelling at the kids. males patting down females girls and pinching there butts.It was awful and there lead needs to go and quit letting his crew harass,. respect has to be given to be earned. making things up about kids so you can kick them out is wrong. i wonder what there story is about me? I am now a hero with my neighborhood kids because they all hate that security. I get hugs when i work mine and complimented by the kids and even the police and the promoter. Can Millennium say that? Oh yah No seating and if you sit somewhere they tell you to stand up or you will get stepped on and sue them. They have no seating for kids who have danced all night or got dehydrated. you have to leave and sit on the sidewalk. we have snow 9 months out of year. i am wanting to talk to the manager and hoping he is not like his security. Most likely he is and there business will continue to dwindle or the state will refuse to renew his license. There loss. not mine in fact that would be my gain. more security gigs and more kids showing.
This club is absolutely a blast. Overall, security is pretty friendly, as long as you keep it cool; the atmosphere is okay. I didn't like it when I heard about it at first; I thought it was a bunch of young teenagers just there to start drama. COMPLETE OPPOSITE! It's a place to have a good time.. and dance all night long. Not to mention; the cages are quite fun as well... as long as you have the courage to get in one. You have to GO TO SEE FOR YOURSELF!
I absolutley enjoyed my weekends here! Hahaha I loved it. Its a place where you can be with all your friends and enjoy each others company. Plus to dance as freely as you please without anyone to judge you or tell you what you can and cannot do. Its all free spirited and I LOVED IT AND STILL LOVE IT
Bring a party.
Introduce yourself to people.
dont forget the vodka!!!!!!
ahhhh... The bouncers are pretty nice if your polite and all that stuff. Its not really worth it if your sober as hell... unless. your just. a . energetic. non-caring. person.. oooh.. the foam parties usually have tons of people, but I try to stay away from the foam.
Overall, a great place to spend your Saturday night.
By A Yahoo Contributor, 12/27/04
Club Millenium is a place to spend your Saturday night if you're feeling restless in Anchorage. The cover charge is too high (usually $8), but that doesn't seem to turn people away. The crowd is made mostly of 17 to 20 year olds, with a mix of all ethnic races. Security does a great job keeping the area safe, but fights do tend to break out. Overall, a great place to spend your Saturday night.
If you are the kind of person who loves to get freaky and dance until the early hours of the morning, this club is perfect for you. The dance floor is usually packed, and the music is mostly hip-hop and sometimes latin. But I wouldn't recomend it if you just want to go somewhere to chill. There is limited seating so the people who aren't dancing stand around outside the dance floor and cause clutter. The radio comericial advertises that Club Millenium has "the best non-alcoholic drinks in town," but they really don't have that much of a variety of beverages. Also, the security personal are rude, but they do a pretty good job of keeping people safe. Tip: Don't forget to bring your ID!
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