How to make your own “dance” party in Allegheny County
Real estate professionals in Allegiance County, Pennsylvania, are getting creative to get people to dance to a soundtrack they can customize, with some real-life examples.
Allegheny City’s Downtown District, which is the city’s biggest gathering spot, hosts a weekly open house for real estate professionals.
One such open house features a performance by the local DJ, and other shows have featured the likes of DJ Dahi, who is an avid D.C. resident and a resident of the borough.
The open house also features a DJ set by a local musician, and the DJ’s set includes local DJ sets.
This week, Allegheny’s DJ Dada, a resident from the borough, performs the opening set.
In a statement to Mashable, Allegiance’s Mayor James Mancini said, “This is a fantastic opportunity to have a show like this.
It’s a great way for people to learn about Allegheny and to see the city through the eyes of real estate agents.
I think that’s what we have to focus on.”
“This was a real-world experience for me and I’ve never done this before,” Dada told Mashable in an interview.
“This experience is a really great way to learn a lot about the neighborhood and the city and the people that live in Allegiances neighborhoods.
It was great.
It felt real.
I was really blown away by how real it was.”
This is a real life opportunity for me & I was blown away.
This was a really fantastic opportunity for us.
I felt real, and it was the right time to do it.
We have to make it work for everyone.
This is the real thing.
Dada added that the performance “was really cool” and “kind of a dance party in itself.”
Allegiance residents also hosted a free dance party for their guests at the Downtown District.
The music is “a bit of an eclectic mix of old school jazz, blues, and reggae, but with a little bit of hip hop thrown in,” Dida told Mashup.
“It was pretty well received by the crowd.
The audience was really into it.”
For the open house, Dada and his band put on a DJ-style set, which included the local music DJ and other performers.
“I think people enjoyed the live DJ set,” he said.
The Allegiance District hosted a special event to celebrate the upcoming Open House.
“We’re celebrating the next steps in this open house process and how we’re going to be doing this next year,” Mancine said in the statement.
“You can see the plans that we have for a future open house to come up, but we’re really focused on this year’s open house.
That’s why we’re focusing on this open House this year, and we want to continue that for the next year.”
This year’s event was a success.
“The next year will be even better,” Mascone told Mash up.
“There’s a lot more open houses to come.”
Allegheny residents can tune in to the open houses on Tuesday, March 6 at 8:00 p.m. and Wednesday, March 7 at 8 p.o.m., with the last event to be held on March 14 at 8 a.m.
“We’ll be taking a closer look at the dance party at the Allegiance Open House next week.