It’s hard to imagine any other American city than Pittsburgh having the music scene of The Cure.
But if you’re looking for something different, check out these alternative dance clubs.1.
The Electric KicksClub at 801 N. Liberty Street in Pittsburgh, PA: The Electric KittsClub is a funky house, funk, soul, and soul dance club with a focus on dance floor and club culture.
The venue is also a great spot for socializing with friends.
Its open all night, so be sure to stop by if you like a party atmosphere and a laid back vibe.
The club was founded by Chris (The Electric Kitt) and Tasha (Bryan) in 2010 and is known for their house, techno, and hip hop music.2.
The P.A.W.S. Dance ClubAt the edge of town is the P. A. W. S. Dance Studio, home to the only dance studio in Pittsburgh.
It was opened in 2013 and offers a variety of dance classes, including salsa, tango, and Latin.
The studio is a mix of local artists and is the perfect spot for dancing on a Sunday night.3.
The House of the Electric Soul at 1701 W. Allegheny Avenue in Pittsburgh: The House Of The Electric Soul offers a mix that is different than other dance clubs around town.
The atmosphere is a little different from the usual clubs, but it also features music and a good mix of styles.
The house features music from bands like Jax Jones, Pussycat Dolls, the Rascal Flatts, and the Dixie Chicks.4.
The Garage Party at 812 W. Main Street in Cincinnati, OH: Garage Party is a great place to hang out and party, as the club is a bit more of a family-oriented atmosphere.
There are live bands, and they have live performances.
You can also find dancing classes in the basement.5.
The Rascal’s Dance RoomAt the intersection of Main Street and Main Avenue, there is the Rascals.
The space is one of the few places in town that hosts a dance class.
The rooms are huge, with a huge number of people.
There is a good variety of music, from hip hop to reggae.
This is a fun place to meet and hang out.6.
The V.I.P. Dance Loft at 1401 S. Main St. in Pittsburgh City: The V I.
P is a dance club that’s a place for the dancing community.
The vibe is a lot more casual, and it’s not just a club.
You get to dance to a variety and feel a lot of love and appreciation for the people who dance in this space.7.
The Sideshow in Pittsburgh’s Historic East Village: The S, and Sideshow is an upscale bar that features a mix, from classic cocktails to upscale food.
They have a bar downstairs, a patio downstairs, and a dance floor downstairs.8.
The Tiki Bar at 1025 Main Street, Pittsburgh: Tiki bar is a place that is fun for both adults and kids.
You might even meet a local or a local-based friend if you come to this bar.
There’s a dance hall upstairs, a pool, and even a bowling alley downstairs.9.
The DJ booth at the Piedmont Cafe in Pittsburgh (at Main Street): The Pied and Paddle are great for a party.
They also have a DJ booth.10.
The Club at 617 W. North Ave., Pittsburgh: Club is the best spot for a relaxing and chill experience.
It’s open for a weekend night and hosts a few different DJs.11.
The Blue Door Lounge at 705 W. Broad Street in Philadelphia, PA, where The Blue door Lounge is located: The Blue Room is the only venue in the city where a DJ can play house music.
It is located at 725 Broad Street, just a few blocks from Penn Station.12.
The Bunkers at 730 W. 14th Street in New York City: It’s been a while since a venue in New Jersey has opened on 14th street.
But that doesn’t mean the city doesn’t have its own fun little place to dance and party.
This Bunker’s is the place to be if you want a casual place to grab a drink or get a laugh.13.
The Dancehall at 1224 W. Sixth Street in Boston, MA: It may seem like a strange place to have a dance, but the Bambi dancehall is a favorite of dance music aficionados.
It hosts a number of dance events and also hosts a regular club on Sundays.14.
The Dazzling Club at 906 W. State St. Pittsburgh: Dazzle is a music and dance space in Pittsburgh that is very