Attack Theatre takes over Spirit Hall in Lawrenceville on October 20, 2017 for a one-night-only extravaganza, featuring exclusive Attack Theatre performances, an immersive light experience by Ian Brill, a cash bar, and four different DJs throwing beats guaranteed to set your dancing shoes and grooves on fire.
Pay what moves you!
Ages 21+ only. IDs will be checked at the door.
Spirit will be serving up hot slices of pizza between 9pm–12am. Pizza is free, while supplies last, so get there early to fuel up for a night of down and dirty dancing!
The Line Up:
8:00–9:30pm — Pandemic Pete
9:30–11:00pm — DJ Gordy G
11:00pm–12:30am — DJ GBT
12:30–2:00am — Purr Ubu
About the DJs
Pandemic Pete fuzes together tropical bass, cumbia, dancehall, bhangra, electro shaabi, chalga, Russian folk, bollywood, afrobeats, azonto, kuduro, Brazilian bass, Asian pop, and Balkan beats.
DJ Gordy G of TITLE TOWN Soul & Funk Party upholds Pittsburgh’s rich DJ legacy with an appreciation for timeless tracks and seldom-heard sounds from decades past – Northern Soul, ‘70s nightclub funk, disco and boogie, ’50 and ‘60s vintage rhythm & blues, and anything and everything in between.
DJ GBT brings a Gay Power Music set to the decks. In addition to DJing, Ginger Brooks Takahashi is currently working to open a neighborhood grocery store in North Braddock called General Sisters. Ginger’s collaborative art practice is an extension of feminist spaces and queer inquiry, actively building community and nurturing alternative forms of information distribution.
Purr Ubu closes out the evening with some Italo-disco, electro, new wave, and funky pop jams from around the world.
Frequently Asked Questions (Sort of)
Can I buy my ticket at the door?
Yes, but we never recommend that, especially if you want to skip the lines. We also can accept credit cards at the door if you want to save your cash for the bars.
Where is the event located?
What is Vault?
Vault is a performative light installation created by artist, Ian Brill. We know those words don't really say much, so here's a moving picture worth at least 10,000 words:
What should I wear?
When dancing, the number one rule of attire is to be comfortable. When prancing, the number one rule of attire is to stand out. So search your wardrobes for that outfit that will allow you to get down and dirty, while looking flawless. Use your your imagination, have fun, and be comfortable. Always.
How should I get to the party?
We don't necessarily recommend driving for many reasons. 1) It's a Friday night in Lawrenceville. 2) Parking will be challenging. 3) We want you to stay safe. So, please consider alternate methods of transport. There are bike racks that you can use and our partner Healthy Ride has a docking station at 42nd Street (which is just a short walk from Spirit). If you aren't the pedaling type, you can use one of the many rideshare options we have in the city. Or consider taking our fabulous city buses with Port Authority!
What is a dance party?
According to Wikipedia, a dance party (also referred to as a dance) is a social gathering where dancing is the primary activity. Some dance parties are held in a casual setting and open to the public, such as a rave, or those held in nightclubs and discothèques.