Dance if you dare x3 in October!

Let’s dance it up this month with three dance parties, including one spooktacular Halloween party! Creep and crawl your way to our dance floor for some hot new tunes, some all-time classics, a few ghoulish jams, the monster mash, and a bit of dancing in disguise! As always, our only rules are no boys, no booze, no judgement. Leg warmers and Halloween costumes optional! (But do have a little surprise in store for our fave costume…)

Saturday, October 13th, 3-4pm
Tuesday, October 16th, 7-8pm
Sunday, October 28th, 3-4pm (Halloween party playlist — dress up if you dare!)
(If you’d like to come a little early to change and stretch, you can arrive at the studio 10-15 minutes before we start.)

The Citadel
304 Parliament St. (west side, just south of Dundas)

Because we can-can-can!

How much?
$8 per session (cash or credit card)

What should I wear on my body?
At DDPP really anything goes, so wear whatever you’re comfortable in for an hour of full-blast dancing. Be warned: you might get warm fast…

What should I wear on my feet?

Indoor shoes (that won’t mark the floors!), socks, or bare feet are fine!

What should I bring?
– a big bottle of water (You’re going to need it, we promise, and you can refill it there.)
– a towel if you think you might need one
– some junk in your trunk, so you can shake it
– a friend, because dancing is always better together

Please email us at if you have any questions, song requests, or are interested in putting together a future playlist. It’s a total blast, you get to pick a wicked DJ name, and people tell you afterward how great your taste in music is. PLUS the DJ always dances for free!

We can’t wait to see you soon!
xoxo, Amy, Hanna, and Suzie




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