Exactly ask the title asks.
Like, how many people tend to show up?
Do people go in their cosplays still? Or is it more of a "normal clothing" thing?
Are there refreshments by chance?
The dance is an officially classified Hootenanny. That is to say, chalk full of hoot with just a little bit of nanny.
But what can you expect?
Lots of great music. We stick with PG-13 rating until midnight, when last year we kicked it up into an adult swim those of us 18 and over. I think Portand has a curfew of midnight (and the Yojimbo enforce it?) for those under 18.
Lots of people in cosplay attire. At least a few hundred people wander in and out all night and the dance floor is usually full with a core group of people shakin' it. Beware the conga line full of cosplayers.
Lots of colorful lights. More than last year. Maybe some random AMV images projected on the screen beside the stage.
We haven't had beverages in the past except for a water service, Yojimbo will tell you what you can and cannot bring into the dance.
We have the main room with a dance floor. Usually the dance is closest to the stage with the Dj's spinning on the stage, further towards the back are tables and chairs for those who need a break from all the beats.
It's a fun little event and my team puts a lot of effort and planning into making the dance one hell of an event. Hope to see you there.
Live Events Coordinator & Dance Manager