Tag: Dance Party

Copake Grange Dance Party, Feb 8


This Saturday, February 8th, The Copake Grange is hosting a decades Dance Party. Electric Blue DJ Service will be spinning the greatest dance hits of the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Put on your dancing shoes, pull out those leisure suits and shake your booty!

Refreshments available.

DATE/TIME: Saturday, February 8, 2020 / 7pm – 10pm

LOCATION: The Copake Grange
628 Empire Road
Copake, NY 12516

COST: $10 at the door



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Two Step Dance Party & Class at Half Moon, Sep 12


The Half Moon in Hudson is hosting a Two Step Class and Dance party with Brett Miller and the New Classics.

Thursday, September 12, 2019 / 8pm – 10pm (Class at 7:30)


The Half Moon
48 South Front St.
Hudson, NY 12534


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Dancing Through The Decades at The Falls, Mar 9


Dance the night away to your favorite decade. Dance will always have a major impact on history and the future. From the 1950s to the 2000s, music will forever be a way people can express themselves from many different cultures.

Dress in your own style is optional.

The 1950s was to most people the year of growth and rebellion. Major dances from the 1950s like the bop, the twist and other dances made popular from this rock and roll era influenced movies like “Grease” and “Hairspray”. From their poodle skirts, socks, and white tennis shoes, this was the era of the pink ladies and dirty dancing. Especially with Elvis’s rocking pelvis, the dirty dancing seed has been planted.

The majority of the dances in the 1960s didn’t include a dance partner. They had dances like the Mashed Potato, the Fly, the Monkey and the Funky Chicken. Over 400 new dances were introduced in the 1960s. Artists like Nat Cole and The Beatles had a huge impact in this era for dance. Some films based off this era were “Cats”and “West Side Story.”

The 1970s. The colorful, bright, soulful disco era, from dances like the hustle, the YMCA, and soul train lines, this upbeat era kept everyone on their toes or should I say “their platform shoes.” Disco was also expressed very impressive on the dance floor from songs like “Macho Man”, “Love Machine” and “Foxy Lady”. A lot of people would express themselves best dancing with their significant other to disco music. Movies like “Saturday Night Fever” starring John Travolta were based on this era.

Break dancing being one of the biggest crazes of the 1980s, street dancing was born in this era. Even though break dancing was such a big thing, it was also the year of punk and heavy metal such as moshing (jumping around to the sounds of loud heavy metal music.) A famous dance film in the 1980s was “Dirty Dancing” which featured a dance style called lambada. Lambada, a dance with long-standing Brazilian roots, was a very sensual dance, even though it was very fast paced.

1990s — the era of hip hop and line dancing which influenced dance culture tremendously to this day. The 1990s had dances from the tootsie roll, the running man, to the macarena that still are popular in dances that kids do today. The 90s brought major artists such as MC Hammer, Vanilla ice, and BlackStreet that still bless our eardrums today.

In the 2000s artist like Brittany Spears, N’Sync, Beyonce and Ciara swept the nation with their hit singles and rocking dance moves. Thinking back to the early 2000s, the signature dances that come to mind were throwbacks like “crank that Soulja Boy,” “the lean wit it rock wit it,” “teach me how to dougie,” and shuffling.

Entertainment by: DJ Shawn Gille Entertainment
Catering by: Chef Yvette ( A perfect plate catering)
Coordinated by: Christina Snyder ( Director of Operations)


Saturday, March 9, 2019: 7pm – 11:30pm

$40.00 (per person) Pre sale ticket includes (1st drink Free), Mini sliders,  Mini hotdogs,  Chicken waffle sliders,  Salsa stations, French fries with toppings,  Desserts. Cash bar by Adam McMullen (Albany Clubhouse)
$50.00 at The Door

Ticket purchases are available at The Falls Front Desk, by calling 518-719-1600 Ext 140, or online at events.ticketprinting.com/event/Rockin-50s-To-Now-32732

21 and over (ID required)

The Falls
158 Union Tpke
Hudson, NY 12534



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Artists Opening Weekend Events at Omi Arts Center, Jul 7 2018

Art Omi celebrates it’s Artists Open Weekend with a dance party, brunch, and Open Studios. The fun begins Saturday night with drinks, hors d’oeuvres and live, energetic music by Nkumu Katalay overlooking the firefly-lit sculpture park at Omi, in the company of the artists-in-residence and upstate arts community.

On Sunday, Art Omi honors their international artists-in-residence and celebrates with a country brunch on the lawn of Ledig House. Mimosas, French toast, and fresh fruit will be served.

Immediately after brunch, you can see the work of 30 international artists in one place. Take a short stroll down to the studio barns, and see what the artists have been working on for the past 4 weeks, along with additional events and installations to be announced! Free and open to the public, no RSVP required.

Dance Party – Saturday, July 7 2018: 8pm – 11:45pm
Country Brunch – Sunday, July 8 2018: 11am – 1pm
Open Studios – Sunday, July 8 2018: 1pm – 5pm

Omi International Arts Center
1405 County Route 22
Ghent, NY 12075

Dance Party – $30 per person
Brunch – $40 per person for members. $50 for non members
Open Studios – Free/no RSVP required

Cash/check/card accepted at the door for dance party.
To RSVP please e-mail events@artomi.org



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Foam N’ Glow “World’s Largest Foam Party” Presents: Foam N’ Glow Albany 2018

Foam N’ Glow “World’s Largest Foam Party” Presents: Foam N’ Glow Albany. Foam N’ Glow “World’s Largest Foam Party” Fuses High-Energy Music, Ultraviolet Dancers, Contortionists, Stilt Walkers, Fire Performers, Soaring Ariel Acts, CO2 Shows & the ever so famous FOAM N’ GLOW BLAST, Into One Mind Blowing Combination.

The show concept leads fans on a journey of unimaginable atmospheres and unforgettable emotions. A concert revolution that has swept the world of electronic dance music, blurring the line between fantasy and reality. With state of the art visual effects, ground shaking bass, and World class DJs.

Saturday June 30th 2018: 9pm – 1am

Jupiter Hall
1 Crossgates Mall Road #99×09
Albany, NY 12203

Ages – 16 and up
General Admission – $22.50 + $5.18 fee
Ultimate VIP Experience – $75.00 + $6.75 fee. VIP includes Express Entry, LED Foam N’ Glow bam bam, Foam N’ Glow towel, bracelet and drawstring bag.

Tickets can be purchased at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/foam-n-glow-albany-ny-summer-splash-tickets-45381362878?aff=ebdssbcitybrowse



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