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Dine.ish

DISCLAIMER: I do not make myself responsible for anyone going to jail after performing these steps and hurting someone's son🤭 #blackgirlmagic

1.2K Likes, 34 Comments. TikTok video from Dine.ish (@dine.ish): "DISCLAIMER: I do not make myself responsible for anyone going to jail after performing these steps and hurting someone's son🤭 #blackgirlmagic". 3 EASY DANCE MOVES to get the boys away at the club | The "elbow kick" | This is my favourite😂 | .... Believe Me.

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Believe Me - Navos

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Michael

Send this to someone who can’t dance 🌚 #afro #afrobeat #party

4. 5K Likes, 39 Comments. TikTok video from Michael (@michaeljamescaa): "Send this to someone who can’t dance 🌚 #afro #afrobeat #party". Easy dance moves to use at a party : | “Looking for my friend” | “Wipe croissant crumbs” | .... Sungba (feat. Burna Boy) (Remix).

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Sungba (feat. Burna Boy) (Remix) - Asake

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Favor

Easy, but dont get in the middle of the circle and do this. #fyp #africantiktok #xyzbca #nigeriantiktok #congolaise🇨🇩 #legwork #ghanatiktok #africandance #party #africanparty

549 Likes, 11 Comments. TikTok video from Favor (@favor.risky1): "Easy, but dont get in the middle of the circle and do this. #fyp #africantiktok #xyzbca #nigeriantiktok #congolaise🇨🇩 #legwork #ghanatiktok #africandance #party #africanparty". Some easy dances you can do at an African party 🕺🏾💃🏽 | “Come rub my belly🫃🏾” | “African dad deluxe beating 🥊💢” | .... you dont have to call.

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you dont have to call - Tik Toker

iam_izyyking1

ISRAEL & ISRAEL JR

Three steps moves you can do when you go to a African party!!! #dance #move

265 Likes, 5 Comments. TikTok video from ISRAEL & ISRAEL JR (@iam_izyyking1): "Three steps moves you can do when you go to a African party!!! #dance #move". Three moves you can do when you go to a African party . original sound.

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original sound - ISRAEL & ISRAEL JR

kay_kkingz

Kingkay

Teaching my bestie how to dance at an African party 🎉 😂😂 @Jay Hover #afrobeat #oneleg

372 Likes, 7 Comments. TikTok video from Kingkay (@kay_kkingz): "Teaching my bestie how to dance at an African party 🎉 😂😂 @Jay Hover #afrobeat #oneleg". One Lege.

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One Lege - Jay Hover

michaeljamescaa

Michael

Send this to a mf who cant dance.... you can still be saved😂 #afro #afrobeats #dancemoves

1.5K Likes, 12 Comments. TikTok video from Michael (@michaeljamescaa): "Send this to a mf who cant dance.... you can still be saved😂 #afro #afrobeats #dancemoves". Easy dance moves to use at a party: | “How girls eat” | “Who’s calling the Uber” | .... Patoranking No Kissing Baby ft. Sarkodie sped up.

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Patoranking No Kissing Baby ft. Sarkodie sped up - SPED UP AFROBEATS🦋💙…

davidjrx

Davidjrx

we all know somebody 😂😂😂 #fyp #foru #foryoupage #mn #mpls #blasian #party #partychallenge #xyzbca

310. 5K Likes, 2.2K Comments. TikTok video from Davidjrx (@davidjrx): "we all know somebody 😂😂😂 #fyp #foru #foryoupage #mn #mpls #blasian #party #partychallenge #xyzbca". How dudes dance at a party 😂 | The Party Animal 🔥🔥🔥 | Mr. Steal yo girl aka Mr. Smoove 🥴 | .... Different Varieties (Remix).

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Different Varieties (Remix) - KINGMOSTWANTED & Mike Sherm

ast10n

Omo Aston🖤

For all my shy kings and queens #dancetutorial #dance #fyp

1.8K Likes, 9 Comments. TikTok video from Omo Aston🖤 (@ast10n): "For all my shy kings and queens #dancetutorial #dance #fyp". How to vibe at functions/parties and not look like stale bread 🥖 👉🏾 | Step 1👉🏾 Loosen up knees | Step 2👉🏾 Move arms away from body!!🧍🏾‍♂️ | .... Soweto.

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Soweto - Victony & Tempoe

solgielbarbudo

Solgi 🇯🇲

#duet with @ikellymarcelino ima be lit at all the Spanish parties now 🕺🏾#dancetutorial #dance #fyp

1. 4M Likes, 3.8K Comments. TikTok video from Solgi 🇯🇲 (@solgielbarbudo): "#duet with @ikellymarcelino ima be lit at all the Spanish parties now 🕺🏾#dancetutorial #dance #fyp". La Dueña del Swing.

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La Dueña del Swing - Los Hermanos Rosario

mariahnotcarey93

Just Mariah

•Halloween parties be like…. #TreatiestCupContest #fyp #ForYouPizza #cleveland #xyzbca #blacktiktok #blackgirlmagic

TikTok video from Just Mariah (@mariahnotcarey93): "•Halloween parties be like…. #TreatiestCupContest #fyp #ForYouPizza #cleveland #xyzbca #blacktiktok #blackgirlmagic". How I dance at a party | How I wanna dance at the party🥴. Pass The Courvoisier Part II (Remix).

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Pass The Courvoisier Part II (Remix) - Busta Rhymes

17 Songs that Launched the Blackest Dance Crazes

Dance and music have always been two of the most defining aspects of black culture.

As renowned poet laureate Andre Benjamin once said, “All the fresh styles always start off as a good little hood thing” – you know, before they hit Hollywood and get oversaturated to death.

It’s cool though, we know where they started. With us.

But before the viral fame and celebrities dancing offbeat on daytime talk shows, all dance crazes begin with two things – a super catchy song and entertaining moves.

Let’s look back at 17 songs that launched 17 dances that took over black culture – some briefly, others, eternally.

And before y’all throw tantrums in the comments, remember: To qualify for this list, the dances MUST have a specific song associated with it. So no goofy Flossin’ dancing here.

Honorable mention: Sugarhill Gang’s “Apache (Jump on It)”

17. Da Butt

The dance: Butts n’ black folk! Obviously, we’re gonna be here for this one. This classic from the School Daze film has lived on in butt-shaking infamy. This dance was SCANDALOUS back in 1988. Then Miley Cyrus went and invented twerking in 2013 and we just couldn’t keep up.

Level of difficulty: Can you bend over? Can you roll your booty in PG-13 fashion? Then you can do this dance.

The song that started it all: E.U., “Da Butt”

16. Hit the Quan

The dance: Y’all thought Rich Homie Quan’s biggest contribution to hip-hop was his actual music? Playa please. A random dance he did in his video caught fire, iLoveMemphis made a song about it and here we are.

Level of difficulty: This is an easy one. Squat down like you’re potty training, wave your arms around like a kid pretending to be an airplane, and there you go.

The song that started it all: iLove Memphis, “Hit the Quan”

15. Walk It Out

The dance: If you weren’t around in 2006, it’s kinda hard to understand how big this song was. Unk  even dragged Andre 3000 out of his underground bunker for the remix! That’s a modern miracle. The dance itself doesn’t have much to it – as long as you can bounce around like you’re stepping on hot coals, you’re gucci.

Level of difficulty: Not too bad. If you can walk on your tiptoes you can do this.

The song that started it all: DJ Unk, “Walk It Out”

14. JuJu on that Beat

The dance: You know you’re old when you start asking little kids to dance for your enjoyment. The song is ridiculous (“You ugly! You your daddy’s son!”) and the dance looks like a synchronized seizure but  laughing at children is the best part of being an adult. It beats paying bills.

Level of difficulty: Other than the Running Man part, I have no idea what’s going on here. So I’d say it’s pretty difficult.

The song that started it all: Zay Hilfigerrr & Zayion McCall, “JuJu on That Beat”

13.

Stanky Legg

The dance: Remember in the 00s when grown men wore oversized T-shirts that hung down to their knees? Imagine getting tangled up in those bedsheets and fighting your way out. Boom, hit dance. Thanks, GS Boyz.

Level of difficulty: Easy. Pretend one leg has a mind of its own and you just freestyle up top.

The song that started it all: GS Boyz, “Stanky Legg”

12. The Nae Nae

The dance: Silentó’s song caught fire in 2015 – you know you’ve got something when Ellen is doing the dance on her talk show. That also means it got SUPER OLD SUPER QUICK. But hey, at least it was something to keep your nieces and nephews entertained at the cookouts for a summer or two.

Level of difficulty: Not too bad. It’s like a simpler version of The Quan. Look, if *I* can do it, with my knees sounding like Rice Krispie Treats the entire time, it’s got to be easy.

The song that started it all: Silentó, “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)”

11.

Tootsie Roll

The dance: COTTON CANDY SWEET N LOW LEMME SEE THAT TOOTSIE ROLLLLL

You KNOW you just said that in your head. The 69 Boyz had us tearing up the school dances with this one, which more or less was just a knockoff version of the Butterfly.

Level of difficulty: Move your knees in and out and suddenly that tootsie is rollin’. We kept things simple in the 90s.

The song that started it all: The 69 Boyz, “Toostie Roll”

10. Da Dip

The dance: Listen, this dance is absolutely stupid. Look at that gif – it’s like an ad for back pain medication. But the song is SO INCREDIBLY ADDICTIVE that it disguises how goofy the dance is. Freak Nasty, you are truly a musical genius.

Level of difficulty: Put your hand up on my hip. When I dip, you dip, we dip. What else you need to know?

The song that started it all: Freak Nasty, “Da Dip”

9.

Swag Surfin

The dance: Like Da Dip, this is more about Fast Life Yungstaz’s song than the actual dance, which is just a bunch of people rocking back and forth. But there’s something so oddly inspiring about it. You know how we used to lock arms at church when singing “We Shall Overcome?” This is hip-hop’s version of that.

Level of difficulty: The easiest dance in the history of dances. Rock side to side on beat and you’re clean like dish detergent.

The song that started it all: Fast Life Yungstaz, “Swag Surfin'”

8. Teach Me How to Dougie

The dance: My generation knows Doug E. Fresh as the Human Beat Box. But for this current generation, he’s the Dougie guy. As long as the checks keep clearing I’m sure Doug E. doesn’t care. The dance is actually pretty dope too.

Level of difficulty: It’s not as hard as it looks! It’s basically a two-step with unnecessary arm movements. In fact, video exists of me doing this dance paiiiinfully sloooooowly. But if you think I’m sharing it here, you crazy. I’m sure it will resurface during my 2020 presidential campaign when y’all look to derail my White House run. Haters.

The song that started it all: Cali Swag District, “Teach Me How to Dougie”

7. Cupid Shuffle

The dance: If you’ve EVER been to a black function in your life, you know this one. The second the beat drops, GET OUT OF THE WAY because the stampede of aunties in kitten heels might end your life. And there’s always one person who has to get extra cute on the “walk it by yourself” part. Stop overachieving!

Level of difficulty: A piece of cupid cake. Just listen to the instructions.  He’s literally telling you how to move! Mess that up and it’s your own fault.

The song that started it all: Cupid, “Cupid Shuffle”

6. Humpty Dance

The dance: The Humpty Dance was THE dance of my childhood but I could never figure it out for myself because I wasn’t sure what they were doing and there were no YouTube instructional videos back then. YEAH I’M OLD. But seriously, look at the dance – it’s like they’re trying not to get blown over by a gust of wind.

Level of difficulty: I’m gonna say SUPREME DIFFICULTY cuz it’s 2019 and I’m still not sure what Humpty n’ dem are doing. The code has not been cracked.

The song that started it all: Digital Underground, “Humpty Dance”

5. Crank Dat

The dance: Ugh, Soulja Boy. The godfather of all the garbage Internet rappers and patient zero for today’s mumble rap menace. He’s even out here selling knockoff Nintendos! His reign of terror started with this dance, which birthed 1,000 clones. Wasn’t there even a Crank Dat Lion King at one point? If Simba and Nala start cranking that in the new movie I’m writing a strongly worded email to Disney Pictures.

Level of difficulty: Can’t front, this dance is a lot harder than it looks and the steps aren’t that intuitive. Props for pulling off all those moves in jeans that baggy.

The song that started it all: Soulja Boy, “Crank Dat (Soulja Boy)”

4. Wobble

The dance: The tale of “Wobble” is so weird. I remember when VIC dropped the song circa 2008 or so and no one batted an eye. Y’all were too busy listening to Tha Carter III or something. But three or four years later, it suddenly became the premier black wedding line dance song. This “new” dance was older than the ring bearer!

Level of difficulty: Jump back and forth, wave your arms like you’re checking your armpits to see if you need deodorant. Step back and forth, wave your arms like you’re checking your armpits to see if you need deodorant. Easy. Unless you need deodorant.

The song that started it all: VIC, “Wobble”

3. The Percolator

The dance: If you aren’t familiar with the House dance scene, you probably have no idea what this is. What a poor, deprived childhood you had then. You missed out on flailing around like a maniac to the sounds of a bubbling coffee pot. No wonder our knees are so bad today.

Level of difficulty: I swear most of the songs on this list are just versions of the Butterfly. This is no different. But instead of the Butterfly, this is the drunkest, sweatiest moth you’ve ever seen.

The song that started it all: Cajmere, “Coffee Pot (It’s Time For The Percolator)”

2. Cha Cha Slide

The dance: The Ghetto Hokey Pokey!

Put your left foot in, take your left foot out. Put your right foot in, take your right foot out.

KRIS KROSS!

KRIS KROSS!

CHA CHA REAL SMOOVE

Level of difficulty: Like several of the dances on the list, the song is instructional. If you can’t get this one down, you’re just not paying attention. If you don’t know what to do when he says EVERY BODY CLAP YO HANDS, there is no hope for you.

The song that started it all: Mr. C The Slide Man, “Cha-Cha Slide”

1. Electric Slide

The dance: If you have an ounce of melanin in your pores you know this had to be No. 1. Outdated? Maybe. Needlessly complicated? I think so. Are the lyrics sneakily describing a sex toy? Lord, I hope not.

But is this song a black institution? DEFINITELY.

If your family function doesn’t have at least one round of the Electric Slide, your potato salad is probably loaded with raisins and your mac and cheese came out of a box and not the oven. ABORT.

Level of difficulty: Not gonna lie to y’all, I never figured out how to pull this off correctly. True story – at my wedding, the entire group (from the wedding party to the guests) participated in a mass Electric Slide. More than 100 people sliding in sync – truly a thing of beauty.

Except for me. I was sliding in the opposite direction. Pray for me.

The song that started it all: Marcia Griffiths, “Electric Boogie”

What are your favorite songs that spawned insanely popular dances? Let us know below.

My first rave: how to go to a party and not screw up

If you haven’t been to any rave yet, and the words “Kyiv is the new Berlin” mean nothing to you, we tell you how to start hanging out and do everything right .

We talked to Roman Paramonov, who attended 16 raves - from Schema, Rhythm Buro and Plivka to LOW party and Strichka festival. Roman is 20 years old, he is a student of the Kiev-Mohyla Academy, he writes a term paper in sociology on the topic “The social origins of rave culture”.

Roman told how to properly prepare for the party, what to wear, how to dance, what music to listen to. And also about inner freedom and liberation from the routine that the dance floor gives.

The first rave in a coma

I got to my first rave quite by accident, at the age of 16. We were celebrating a friend's birthday, and on the same evening one of the first "Schemes" was held. Someone from our company offered to see what was happening there, and we went. My friends were older than me and had already been to raves, but I went out of curiosity. I had no idea then that this would be the start of my big rave trip.

I certainly didn't look like a person who knows where he's going. I was wearing a black shirt with white dots, a black striped cardigan that fastened with one button and ended at the belt of my dark jeans, and I had Nike AirMax on my legs.

Then music without words was something incomprehensible to me. I did not feel the dynamics of the development of the tracks, I did not understand the plot. At my first party, I danced some kind of “cha-cha-cha” and did not understand at all how to move to this music. I looked at all this with the thought: “Well, what's so special about it?”, And after two hours I got completely bored and I just started poking back and forth. It was some kind of scam. Just a month later, I thought that there was still something in this, I decided to try again - and it worked for me. Since then, I have hardly missed parties.

How to get ready

There are things you always need to think about in advance. First of all, look at the line-up of the event so that you can answer tricky questions during the face control. You may be asked, for example, who is playing tonight or how you knew there was a party going on here. As a rule, water and food cannot be brought in, so it’s better not to bother, but to look in advance where the nearest grocery store is, where you can eat during the party.

The most important thing to take to a rave is fucking sunglasses, because otherwise your eyes will start to hurt from special lighting effects. Also think about where to put your phone, apartment keys and money so that all this does not stop you from dancing. The ideal solution is a banana on the belt instead of a belt. Instead of a wallet, it is better to take a certain amount of cash and a bank card so as not to weigh down the banana. Usually I take UAH 300 and one card with me.

Also think about who you will go with. I've never seen people come to a party alone. During dances, people still disperse and dissolve in the music, finding their own rhythm. The company is needed in order to start together, find each other after, return together to the real world and go home.

The main thing is to come with the right attitude. To come and get stoned is not an option, there is no point in it, because you will not remember anything. The whole buzz of a sober rave is that you remember all the sensations. In order not to screw up, you need to free yourself from the reality that is here and now.

How to dress

Once upon a time I wore only black clothes to parties, but over time I realized that I wanted something more interesting and brighter, but sneakers have always been my hobby. I go to parties in air-soled sneakers, God bless Phil Knight0033 [co-founder of the Nike brand — BZ] .

There is no dress code at raves. In fact, almost complete darkness reigns around, and you see only the silhouettes of people who are dancing. When choosing clothes, first of all, you need to think about convenience.

If it's a T-shirt, it's one that doesn't stick to the body and doesn't have to be wringed out of sweat like a rag. If pants or shorts, then such that they do not fetter in movement. Sneakers can be air-soled, but the main thing is that the shoes are comfortable after a long walk and long dances.

Lately the trend is vintage 90s, people are trying to recreate the atmosphere of the underground raves of those years, so many people dress “old school”. Basically, vintage and rare items are bought at second-hand stores, although sometimes they can also be found among the popular mass market.

Comfort is very important, thanks to it you move away from the real world and immerse yourself in music and movement. For me, going out for a smoke break during a party is like returning to reality for a while.

How to dance and what to listen to

Rave is a story about individuality. You don't have to follow someone else's example. You need to find your movements, close your eyes and surrender to the dance - the body will do everything for you. Turn one of your fingers the other way or turn your foot in a different way, and you will already be different from the rest.

At one of the raves, I danced for 8 hours straight and never went outside. At another party, I danced with my eyes closed under the stage, and after a while I ended up at the very end of the hall. You move, people rub against each other. You can even accidentally hook someone, but you still won't be told anything.

Everyone feels and hears music differently. Recently, DJs have been adding body percussion to soundtracks. That is, live pops, clicks and crackles appear among synthetic sounds - this allows you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere even more and reminds you that the real world still exists. Music is a kind of drug. If you find your rhythm, then, like a surfer, you will get into the wave and start to “slide” awesome.

At all times different techno music played at raves. It used to be less technologically advanced, but today DJs have more cool modern equipment and programs for creating sound tracks, and the tracks are becoming more diverse.

My favorite DJs are Inga Mauer, Max Cooper, Yana Woodstock, Lil Louis, AUX 88 and Amelie Lens - they are all techno artists. Apple Music or Soundcloud will help you find the music you need. The first one has techno selections that are updated every week, and the second one, when you search for techno or rave, you can find cool young DJs or great mixes of famous artists.

Rave is music without words that "sings" about liberation. You are freed from everything that oppresses you: from problems, inequalities and discrimination. You are not divided into white, black, green or red, because no one cares who you are. You come and become part of a tribe where a DJ is a shaman.

Everyone dances in their own way, there is no common style. The main thing is to surrender to the music, the rest of the body itself will tell you.

What happens at the rave

Inside the rave, all people are one big company. There is no aggression, because everyone came to rest from the real world, routine and fuss. This is a community in which everyone knows each other in absentia. You can go up to any person and ask for water - at a get-together everyone always shares with each other.

You can easily meet a people's deputy here. Recently, I saw my teacher at a rave, who just the other day gave me lectures and seminars, and today we are on the same dance floor with him.

I remember how one girl stripped down to her shorts, climbed onto some kind of parapet and just danced. There was another dude we called "propeller arms", he was waving his arms very strongly, but it was so cool that I don't even know how to repeat it.

There are people at the rave who stimulate themselves with various substances. I think that music without drugs is enough to get into ecstasy. You need to go with the right attitude and understanding of what you want to get from the party. It comes with experience.

After a rave on the way home, I always keep listening to music on my headphones until I close my eyes in bed. This helps to avoid unnecessary noise in the head. After a rave, you always wake up fresh and renewed. Often there is a slight krepatura, but then you start the day with the clearest head possible.

About rave culture and main clubs

Rave culture has become a real discovery for Ukraine. After all the bloody events of the revolution and the beginning of the war, people wanted to forget at least for a while, to abstract from pain and oppression.

Each of us lives in a constant routine: study, work, stress and problems, which causes mental burnout. When you get to a rave, all the accumulated fatigue comes out of you in the dance. For me, this is an opportunity to be free. Some people find it at the gym or on a run, I found it on the dance floor.

There are enough good parties in Kyiv: Scheme, Rhythm Buro, Low party, Plivka, Osnova, Closer, parties at Otel’ and Mezzanine. I go for everything. The quality of parties in Kyiv has grown a lot in recent years. The organizers understand what the audience wants, create comfort and atmosphere.

In Berlin, raves have long migrated to clubs, but we continue to hang out in hangars, factories and under bridges.

Low party - more than just a party, techno pioneer DJs play there. A very atmospheric and worthwhile party that everyone should go to.

Rhythm Buro - these are parties that take place in secret places, the organizers keep the intrigue to the last and send the place of the party on the day of the event. Usually both foreign and our DJs play. One of the best hangouts in the country.

Scheme is the most popular Kyiv rave. You should definitely get there, because there is always a complete separation.

Osnova - good domestic DJs play, parties take place in different locations and admission is cheaper than other events.

Closer are the most aesthetic parties, but it is very difficult to get there if you are under 21, but by some miracle I managed to pass and even visit the Strichka festival. Usually there are many foreigners among the guests, light techno or house music plays.

Photo: Yuly Kudlanyk. Thanks to Closer for assisting with filming

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Night clubs and bars of St. Petersburg

Luxury, trash and just good places with a dance floor - we have collected all this in our selection.

Several legendary clubs have recently closed in the city. The dance party tearfully recalls parties at Animal Farm and K-30. But there are still places to visit in the city. We talk about establishments where they not only dance, but also drink interesting cocktails. And generally drink.


Music: pop, r'n'b

What to drink: cocktail classics Lemon Pie (850 ₽), Fiero Tonic (950 ₽), Mai-Tai (1050 ₽).

Entrance fee

At the beginning of summer, a large-scale art deco Ibiza nightclub opened on Sadovaya Street with references to the Great Gatsby movie in the interior. The establishment is open on weekends. Face control is strict, they also look at clothes. Money is taken from everyone at the entrance, but there is a cool bonus for girls: the fee turns into a deposit at the bar. Inside, various entertainment awaits guests: show programs from the Ibiza team, performances by DJs from all over the country. Often you can get to the sets of club music stars.

Ibiza

st. Sadovaya, 12 Gostiny Dvor, Nevsky Prospekt

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Music: techno, dance music

gin, lemon juice and almonds (650 ₽), Cosmopolitan (600 ₽).

Entrance: free

The Tsinist restaurant on Poltavskaya street has recently opened a secret club with a separate entrance. Secrets only works on weekends. The main secret of the place: a lounge area with non-tobacco steam cocktails. If you are not in the mood to dance yet, you can sit at the bar - it is excellent here. Guest DJs are responsible for the music. Secrets hosts Locals parties where local artists come to play. The bar list includes author's and classic mixes, strong alcohol and wine. By the way, it's good.

Tsinist

Poltava st., 7 Square Square, Mayakovskaya

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Music: Pop

what strawberry cordial and pink sparkling (1100 ₽), Pomegranate Sour on gin, pomegranate cordial and sparkling (700 ₽), Yuzu Negroni with vermouth, sake, bitters, gin and yuzu (800 ₽).

Entrance: on weekends there is a deposit subject to concerts, the rest of the time - free of charge.

The name of the restaurant speaks for itself: you should come here to dance to live music and drink pink still and sparkling wine from a wide selection. On weekends, chamber parties are held here. Russian stars are often invited to perform. Perfect for women's companies.

Roze & Dance

st. Engineering, 13 Gostiny Dvor, Nevsky Prospekt

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Music: pop, r'n'b, dance

What to drink: classics like Long Island), American Pie (450₽) (450 ₽), Russian Shot in the form of a set of four shots (700 ₽).

Entrance: free

A large company or after party after the main party can visit Lomonosov Bar together. The institution has three floors, where they play different music until early morning. So anyone can find a dance floor to their liking. Cocktails are good too.

Lomonosov Bar

st. Lomonosov, 1 Nevsky Prospekt, Gostiny Dvor

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Music: Russian and foreign pop

What to drink: Maya Plisetskaya Copty on Jin, District Liker and Sirop from passionfruit (204 ₽), “Winter Dreams” with blackcurrant vodka, banana liqueur and blackberry syrup (214 ₽), gin tonic (150 ₽).

Entrance: a minute of stay on Fridays and Saturdays costs four rubles, and on other days - three.

In the summer, the bar with parties and karaoke moved to a spacious building in the Palkin mansion on Nevsky Prospekt. Now it's more like a nightclub, but it hasn't lost its bar vibe. Here, they still turn on popular music, and from the dances, the floor literally shakes. A separate room has been equipped for karaoke, and for those who want to check it out, there is a large open terrace overlooking the Nevsky. Commode works in the self-cost format, and drinks in the bar are poured at cost. In short, the format is extraordinary.

Commode

Nevsky Prospekt, 47 Mayakovskaya, Uprising Square

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Music elderberries and aloe (500 ₽), Carnaval with tequila, tonka beans and lime (550 ₽), Cosmo with bourbon, orange liqueur and raspberries (550 ₽).

Admission: free

The Flamingo dance bar from the Pio Nero team has recently opened in the Istkabel space. In the summer, parties were held here on the veranda, and now you can dance to high-quality techno music inside the institution, where there is a club space with a separate bar. If you are tired of loud beats and want to take a break in a relaxed lounge environment, go to the bar and order cocktails.

Flamingo

Leather line, 34 Vasileostrovskaya

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Music: pop, r'n'b, techno , tequila on cherry (250 ₽), aged rum on pomegranate (300 ₽).

Entrance: free

Probably the most unusual guest in the selection. Yes, they also dance in the cheburechnaya, and not nearly as bad as one might think. On weekdays, you can come here for a couple of juicy chebureks, and on weekends feel free to go to a party with homemade tinctures. The audience is going, one might say, bohemian (it's in a cheburechka!) Some parties have face control, so you need to behave decently. Different DJs are invited, for example, in Larisochnaya on Petrogradka you can often find techno or r'n'b adherents.

Chebureks and a glasshouse near Larisa

st. Kronverkskaya, 7 Gorkovskaya

Go to the institution pageGo to the institution page0033 What to drink: shots (200 ₽ each) Chanterelle with vodka, banana and pineapple, Gennady Vasilyevich with vodka, elderberry and secret bitter, Mishka with sea buckthorn tincture and black currant.

Entrance: free

A year ago, the cult bar from the founders of the Clean Plates Society moved from its place on the embankment of the Fontanka River to Konnogvardeisky Boulevard. Now there is much more space in Mishka, there is a spacious dance floor and an area with tables for respite after dancing. The bar card has not been changed, there are still local hits - "Lemon Pie" and "Caipiroshka" (450 ₽ each). And the bar is also famous for its shots, in which they do not skimp on strong alcohol.


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