2021: Brooklyn Voted House of Yes Best Dance Party!

House of Yes
2 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn
(646) 838-4973 – www.houseofyes.org

House of Yes believes that performance, dance and art can inspire and heal us. It is a temple of free expression, its owners and performers dedicated to connection, creativity and celebrating life. House of Yes began as a 2,500 square foot loft in 2007 and has blossomed into Bushwick’s premier nightclub and dance venue. If dancing, burlesque, costumes, and acrobatics are your type of entertainment, this is the place to go. Guests are invited to participate in the party and be their true authentic selves. Consent and respect are hallmarks of House of Yes, both on and off the dancefloor. Head over with friends, dance your pants off and have a night to remember!

2020: Brooklyn Voted House of Yes Best Dance Party!

House of Yes
2 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn
(646) 838-4973 – www.houseofyes.org

When you want to dance the night away to unique musical acts, head over to the House of Yes on the Ridgewood/Bushwick border. The first House of Yes started innocently enough- in April of 2007, a friend of a friend was looking for someone to take over their lease on a 2,500 square foot second floor loft located at 1949 Troutman St.. The place was a wreck, a hippie-punk squat house complete with hallways filled with trash, leaky ceilings and curious odors. “It is perfect,” said Anya Sapozhnikova. She signed the lease. And so it began. This was a project driven by passion, not dollars. The goal was to build a true creative live/ work space that could host an occasional dance party or circus class.

2019: Brooklyn Voted House of Yes Best Dance Party!

House of Yes
2 Wyckoff Ave.
(646) 838-4973 – www.houseofyes.org

When you want to dance the night away to unique musical acts, head over to the House of Yes on the Ridgewood/Bushwick border. The first House of Yes started innocently enough- in April of 2007, a friend of a friend was looking for someone to take over their lease on a 2,500 square foot second floor loft located at 1949 Troutman St.. The place was a wreck, a hippie-punk squat house complete with hallways filled with trash, leaky ceilings and curious odors. “It is perfect,” said Anya Sapozhnikova. She signed the lease. And so it began. This was a project driven by passion, not dollars. The goal was to build a true creative live/ work space that could host an occasional dance party or circus class.

2017: Brooklyn Voted The Bell House Best Dance Party!

The Bell House
149 Seventh Street (718) 643-6510 www.thebellhouseny.com

In the fall of 2008, a 1920’s warehouse was converted into The Bell House. The venue is a magnificent two-room music and event venue located in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn. Each room is perfect for getting your dance on while listening to the sweet sounds of live music.