— The Phoenix Dance Studio is a hip-hop-inspired hip-hops-themed venue with a full bar, dance floor, live DJ and a private dance club with a private patio.
The Phoenix Dance studio, located at 928 E. Sixth St., has been in operation for more than 20 years.
The bar and dance floor was renovated in 2009, the bar is named for the city of Phoenix, and the club is named after Phoenix dance music, which is based on hip-hoppers, DJ’s and DJs from the area.
The patio has outdoor seating for dancing and a bar-style dance floor.
The club is currently open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The club is open seven days a week, except on Sundays, which are closed for the season.
The Phoenix dance studios website states the club has over 25 years of experience in Phoenix and beyond.
Phoenix dance studio owner Tony Lee said he is passionate about creating a great experience for everyone.
“I think that’s the most important part of a dance party is having fun,” Lee said.
“I think having fun is more important than anything.
It’s about bringing people together.
It has to be a good time and having a good dance.
It can be really fun to dance.
There’s nothing worse than a bad dance.
So we want to make sure we do it the right way.”
The club has been featured in a variety of dance videos on YouTube.
The YouTube channel is dedicated to dancing and music videos that feature dance performances.
“There’s a lot of dance music that’s just great, but we’re also just really big on the hip hop,” Lee told ABC News.
“We want to be known for our hip hop, but also for our dance music.”
The Phoenix dance club has also been featured on the MTV reality show, “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” where the owners of the club are featured.
Lee and the owners say they don’t get paid for their videos.
The owners say the club was created because hip hop has changed so much in the last few years.
“It’s not a big deal to get a good sound at a club,” Lee explained.
“You get a club that has the sound quality that you’re looking for, and that’s all you want.
You want that dance.
You don’t want to have a crappy sound because you want a club to be good.”