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Where's the dance party??

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Where's the dance party??

Postby veggiemeggie » 06 Sep 2011, 01:25

Hello all!

I'm looking to do some dancing this weekend with some friends, and new friends if anyone would like to join! Problem is I don't know where to go. Where would a few foreigner girls go for some dance party time, preferably top 40 etc. ( lame I know, what can I say, I like Lady Gaga).
Please help!! I live in the North of Taichung. I read that Soho and places close to the University are "foreigner friendly," But we're not just looking to drink. We want to get down on the dance floor and maybe KTV it as well! : )

Your knowledge appreciated!
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Re: Where's the dance party??

Postby rainbowdance » 17 Nov 2013, 01:30

I'm looking for a similar dance party that may also be electronica eg dubstep for this Wed/Thur night. Where to go in Taichung near ChungYo? Thanks in advance
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