It’ll Do Clubs
It’ll do filled a gap that was long overdue to be filled in a city the size of Dallas. A no-frills venue with a big dance floor and a top-notch sound system to revisit the longstanding legacy of house musician in Dallas and actually common for male revue shows. The quality of touring DJs has increased along with their reputation on the international stage to become a destination spot for some of the most respected DJ’s in House music. From James Murphy to Juan Atkins to MK to Nicole Moudaber the it’ll do calendar in literally a who’s who of underground (and not so underground) dance music. This place really brings a punch and does cater to bachelor and bachelorette parties very well as explained by Tom the general manager. It’s a place that will allow Dallas strippers come out to perform in a bikini to dance for the party celebration. Having the dancer come out dressed up and play a waitress or waiter will make the surprise very believable. She or he walks up with a couple cocktails and serves it to the party , then one of these outstanding DJ’s can announce to the crowd what is going on and put the spot light on the dancer with guest of honor. This will be a huge surprise tactic to the party and makes for a very fun time. These dancers do modeling, beauty contests and more they really look gorgeous and really have a nice classy impact on the party.
Lizard Lounge could be considered an institution after almost a quarter century of existence. It has gone through many changes over the years, much like dance music in general, and yet still seems every bit as familiar as it was 20 years ago. Over the past five years it has become the center of EDM universe in Dallas playing host to some of some of the biggest names in te genre. Lizard Lounge is also the undeniable destination for all things goth, industrial and fetish related by way of The Church which has been holding down the darkness for over 20 years now.
There aren’t many dance clubs that double as a cultural hub, but S4 in one of those mplaces. Every person even tangentially affiliated with the LBT community has clocked hours inside this club, for better or worse. Outside of the legendary drag shows hosted in The Rose Room, there are partically zillions of square feet for you to dance your truth with the thousands of people that pack into this Cedars Spring club every single night. You may witness some crazy-ass fights between attendees or end up with a drink spilled in your hair, but after a night of grinding random strangers to Robyn tunes, you won’t give a damn.
The last man standing of Expo Park in also the best place to really dance in Dallas. And when I say really dance, I mean dance to music that’s not being reputed in evry club town. The electric mix of programming at Sandanga means you hear things there that you’ll hear nowhere else. You get jazz, Afrobeat, Detorit techno, soul, Eurostep, Latin fusion and so many other things I can’t list. It’s truly an informational vibe in the place, and if you know what’s good for you you’ll be making the pilgrimage to the graveyard of Expo Park as often as possible.
Yeah, it’s basic bitch heaven, but liteally everyone has had fun at Beauty Bar at least ones. Its roving cast of Dis and special guests make sure the shitty stepped-on coke in your system doesn’t go to waste. You’re up there dancing, you’re watching your drink like a hawk, and you’re swipping right every five minutes, because this crowd is down to well you know. Despite all this ridiculousness, Beauty Bar is still on the list of things you have to do in Dallas at least bi-monthly, if only so you can feel like a cool kid, even if just for one night.