Drop it low every weekend with this new website that shows you all of BK’s dance parties

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Now you can know when it’s time to party like 1999, all the time. via Facebook

If you’re anything like us, you love a good dance party. We’ll take ’em in any shape or size, as long as there are great tunes and a steady supply of booze. Wouldn’t you love to open up your web browser of choice, type in one address, and view all of the craziest, wildest dance parties Brooklyn has to offer? Well our friends over at the You Don’t Have to Settle, the “Captain Planet-style DJ Collective” behind some of our favorite Brooklyn dance parties like Head On, Feeling Gloomy, Footwerq, Crazy Since Da 90s, No Tears, Happy House, and more have answered your prayers and ours with a new website that lists all of Brooklyn’s dance parties.

YDH2S.com launches officially tomorrow, and promises to list upcoming dance parties of all genres, all across BK. It boasts search features that narrow down what kind of party you’re craving by neighborhood, DJ, style of music, cost, venue, and date. The editors (all veteran partiers in their own right) will give you the run down each week of what their favorite events are, and where you can find them. There will also be a mailing list you can subscribe to for the most up-to-date alerts about what’s hot in your hood.

Of course, no dance party website launch would be complete without a dance party celebrating this new endeavor. So if you’re in the dancing spirit, shimmy-shake over to Baby’s All Right, which you can RSVP to here. Party on, Wayne.

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  1. The organizers for this event are posting ads on craigslist asking photographers and videographers to cover their event for free. I immediately lose all respect for an organization that profits by asking beginner photographers/videographers who don’t know any better to work for them in exchange for “exposure.” If these people are paying the venue and paying their other staff, why won’t they pay videographers or photographers?

    You can see their listings here:

    http://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/crg/4771497725.html
    http://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/evg/4771497140.html

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