We are giving away a 5 tickets to ANDAZ 14th Anniversary Party! @ The Analog Theater on July 30. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed Friday, July 29.
From our sponsors:
ANDAZ 14th Anniversary Party!
July 30, 2016
9p.m. | $10 ($5 before 10 pm) | 21+
More info: eventbrite.com
The Analog Theater
720 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
with your hosts and resident DJs Anjali & The Incredible Kid. A Bhangra/Bollywood/Desi Bass Dance Party
Anjali and The Incredible Kid were voted Best DJ in Willamette Week’s Best of Portland Reader’s Poll 2016.
ANDAZ is the West Coast’s longest-running Bhangra & Bollywood dance party, a transportive experience that has enraptured feverishly dancing Portland crowds for 14 years. ANDAZ occurs the last Saturday of every month at the Analog Theater.
The 14th anniversary will feature special dance performances from Anjali and The Incredible Ladies including a piece choreographed by Tanusree Shankar, one of India’s leading choreographers of contemporary dance in India, featuring Anjali, Mini Sharma and Nitya Shivraman.
ANDAZ is not only the longest-running Desi party on the West Coast, it is the longest-running Desi party West of the Hudson river.
ANDAZ is such a Portland institution it is mentioned in the travel guides Best Places Portland and the Moon Handbook Portland; fitting recognition for a monthly dance party that is celebrating its 14th anniversary.
“For more than 15 years, DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid have been an inimitable force in the Portland dance scene.” -The Portland Mercury
“Anjali and The Incredible Kid, Portland’s resident top Bollywood and bhangra deejays.” -The Portland Tribune 3/12/15
“DJ Anjali & the Incredible Kid have been Portland’s leading world music DJs since the turn of the millennium.” -Willamette Week 12/31/14
“Portland’s finest purveyors of Bollywood, bhangra and global bass music.” -Vortex Music Magazine 10/12/14
“The pair have been keeping Portland dancing for so long in various incarnations, imagining the local music scene without their bhangra and Bollywood rhythms is unthinkable. ” The Oregonian 5/26/06
“The DJs responsible for making “bhangra” and “Asian garage” somewhat household words outside Portland’s Desi community” – The Portland Mercury 1/8/04