Feb 15 – Lola’s Room – Video Dance Attack: 70s VS 80s, $7, 9pm
Feb 22 – Crystal Ballroom – 80s Video Dance Attack, $10, 9pm
March 1 – Lola’s Room – Video Dance Attack, $7, 9pm
March 2 – Mission Theater – 80s New Wave Video Dance Attack, $7, 8pm-Midnight
March 15 – Lola’s Room – Video Dance Attack: 2k VDA, $7, 9pm
March 22 – Lola’s Room – Video Dance Attack: Funk, R&B and Hip Hop, $7, 9pm
March 23 – McMenamins Edgefield (Blackberry Hall) – 80s Video Dance Attack, $5 Advance, $8 Day of Show
March 29 – Lola’s Room – Video Dance Attack, $7, 9pm
April 5 – Crystal Ballroom & Lola’s Room – 80s Video Dance Attack 14th Anniversary! $14 Advance and Day of Show. On sale now here!
Table reservations are free of charge! Seating is limited, but we can set aside tables for your party as a home base for the night depending on the size of your group. All we need to know is what you would like your reserved sign to say!
Note: Reservations do not guarantee entry. Must arrive within 1 hour of start time. Reservations do not guarantee seating for entire party. Please submit your reservations by noon of the event day. Thank you!
Video Dance Attack is available for private bookings. We can accommodate event spaces of all sizes, providing audio and/or video appropriate for the event space and event atmosphere. We also provide DJ’ing services using audio only; video is not a requirement.
Video Dance Attack will travel as well! We provide entertainment for events all over the Pacific Northwest. Please contact us for booking and production inquiries.
VJ Kittyrox started her DJ career in 1986, making her first 80s mix tape at age nine. At ten, she fell deeply in love with Adam Curry and remained glued to MTV until many years later.
She continued her mix tape and MTV obsession through the 90s. She then put her DJ skills to use in college as a radio DJ for KUGS 89.3 FM in Bellingham, Washington. After moving to Portland, VJ Kittyrox started DJ’ing craft nights at a local bar playing an eclectic mix of music. But she could never get those songs from that original tape out of her head—Word Up, Walk Like an Egyptian, and Into the Groove were still the ultimate dance songs in her opinion and she set out on a path to spread the 80s word in Portland. In 2005, VJ Kittyrox started her own exclusively 80s dance night with accompanying videos—80s Video Dance Attack.
Ten years later, 80s Video Dance Attack draws huge crowds to venues throughout Oregon and Washington.
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