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Seattle: Dance United White Party Cruise
Sep 29, 2018 @ 9:00 pm - Sep 30, 2018 @ 9:00 pm$27 – $40
Get excited to ‘Cruise Around The World’ dressed in white to signify peace, safety & goodness.
Previous Event Recap: https://youtu.be/3XjHdSSmy_o
Welcome to those who are new to our events, you couldn’t have picked a better one to start with. A heartfelt thank you to everyone who has supported Bollywood-Bhangra focused Jai Ho! Dance Party since January 2010 & embraced our new party Dance United which aims to unite various musical genres & cultures on the dance floor.
Our Bollywood Cruise has sold out 8 years in a row in Seattle, for our very first ‘Dance United Cruise’ we are thrilled to bring it all together under one roof, one yacht actually. There is something for everyone to enjoy with 3 world music DJs, 2 dance floors & an outdoor patio with an unparalleled view of Seattle’s skyline!
ABOARD THE ISLANDER YACHT:
- Only 200 capacity w/ two levels of entertainment
- A full-service Bar w/ Bistro food
- Rooftop bar w/ an unparalleled view of Seattle’s skyline
TWO DANCE FLOORS:
- Bollywood-Bhangra: Jai Ho! Party Floor – Bollywood & Bhangra w/ DJ Prashant
- World Music: Dance United Floor – African music w/ DJ Nayiram, Latin music w/ DJ Equis
- Party favors
- Henna by donation
- Professional photographer on board
- Discounted advance tickets with group specials
- Boarding Address: 1611 Fairview Avenue East, Seattle WA
- Boarding Time: 9:00 pm
- Sailing Time: 10 pm to 1 am
- Age Limit: 21+ only, bring state issued ID or passport.
- Price: $27/32 advance, $40 at the door.
Bring your friends or come as you are!
Jai Ho! Dance Party:
Get transported to an experience that is akin to being in a Bollywood musical at the Jai Ho! Dance Party. Founded in 2010, Jai Ho! is a high energy dance party w/ interactive dancing that occurs regularly in Portland, Seattle, Eugene, San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles & New Orleans.
A global bass dance party dedicated to unity & featuring music from across the world. Founded in 2016 by an immigrant & an engineer turned DJ, Prashant – Dance United brings musicians & DJs together for a night celebrating our unity in diversity.
MEET YOUR DJS:
DJ Prashant (Bollywood & Bhangra)
TEDx Talk: https://youtu.be/Ab-gco2qYyU
- Dance Videos: http://YouTube.com/DanceWithPrashant
- Music: http://YouTube.com/DreamPrashant
- News: http://bit.ly/news_coverage
- Instagram: http://instagram.com/DreamPrashant
Founder of Jai Ho! Dance Party & Dance United, Prashant is a Choreographer, DJ & Bollywood singer based out of Portland, Oregon. Prashant’s effervescent personality & charisma instantly strikes a chord with audiences of all ages & backgrounds. He regularly performsacross the United States moving masses with an open format DJ set with an irresistible blend of world’s greatest
DJ Nayiram (Afro-Caribbean)
DJ Nayiram is an articulate, musically driven person who entertains with the art of music. He enjoys playing all genres and with his wide taste for rhythms and beats, he transforms his skills in a profound way by moving crowds and delivering quality mixings.
DJ Equis (Latin)
Dj Equis is a Mexican-American DJ from Seattle, WA, known for making you dance whether in the club at some of Seattle’s Hottest venues or around the world at concerts. Dj’ing since 2005, he has an open format, specializing in Latin Dance and hip-hop.
Produced by Bollywood Dreams Entertainment!
Bollywood Dreams Entertainment is a dynamic production house team focused on the creation of enticing, engaging & memorable Bollywood-Bhangra inspired music & dance events.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Strictly 21+, please bring state issued ID or passport.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is plenty of street parking available, as well as public transportation near by.
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