The team behind Dance Tonight are seriously changing the game on how we experience our favorite music events. Dance Tonight is an app available for iOS, Android and desktop users which allows us to search for Underground, Indie Electronic and EDM events with ease. This all-encompassing app will launch in major U.S. markets such as Los Angeles, New York, Miami and San Fransisco; in addition to our EU friends: Berlin, Ibiza, Amsterdam, London, Paris, and Barcelona.

Dance Tonight has partnered with prized music outlets, including Dancing Astronaut, XLR8R, TRAX, Deep House Amsterdam, rollingTUFF and Gotta Dance Dirty. Providing party goers with everything one needs to know about what parties are happening in the area! The user friendly app will make searching for events, finding venue information and purchasing tickets a breeze.

What if the party is so good and you want to know where the after party is at? Dance Tonight also features a city-wide chat system where you can see what’s buzzing in the area, which party your friends are at and where your favorite artist is heading next.. all in real-time.

CLICK HERE to DOWNLOAD the app for free and stay connected with the dance community through this all in one, easy-to-use app.


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We set out to create the most convenient way for our music community to plan their night out. I am very proud of our team and excited to announce that Dance Tonight App does just that. For the first time, a user can get all the information they need in a single place. The app helps promote the Dance Music scene as a whole as it drives ticket sales to multiple platforms, encourages communication between fans and brings together some of the most influential music media outlets as partner curators for the app. No matter what style of Dance Music you like, this app was created for you.”- Ryan Botwinick, President of Dance Tonight.

Dance Tonight is filling a much needed void in the clubbing world, and we couldn’t be more excited to partner with them on this innovative new venture.” – Michael Sundius, Managing Editor of Dancing Astronaut


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Derek Lee Coulter
Contributing Editor