Dance The Night Away At A Quirky 70s Disco Party In A Train Car In Washington That Happens Every Month
Whether or not you’re old enough to remember the 70s, you must admit, they knew how to throw a party back then. And while disco’s glory days may be over, in some places, it’s still alive and well. In fact, you can boogie down to disco tunes three times a month in Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood… and you can do it in a train car. We’ve discovered Washington’s most creative dance party, and you won’t want to miss it.
The Orient Express is a Chinese restaurant located inside a series of antique refurbished train cars.
It's been part of Seattle's SoDo neighborhood for decades.
While this place's primary purpose is technically a restaurant, the truth is, very few people come here for the food...
... in fact, they often come for the karaoke.
Singing karaoke inside a train car is as amazing as it sounds.
But on three Saturdays a month, the Orient Express is transformed from an eatery and a karaoke lounge into a disco party.
Stayin' Alive is held here on every Saturday except the last Saturday of the month from 10 p.m. - 2 a.m.
This late night disco dance party is like nothing you've ever seen.
With resident DJs spinning disco tunes from the past and present, a vintage disco clothing pop-up shop, and even a drag queen glitter station, it has all the makings of a unique party.
Stayin' Alive will set you back $20, and it's a 21 and over experience.
Guests are encouraged to wear sequins, silks, bell bottoms, and dancing shoes.
When was the last time you practiced your disco skills inside an old train car?
We promise, it's even better than it sounds.
Ready to boogie? Learn more about Stayin’ Alive
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2963 4th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134, USA