No Lights, No Lycra, dancing in the dark around the world since 2009.

We turn off the lights and crank up the tunes to release our inhibitions, move our moods and work up a wild sweat in more than 75 locations around the world – all completely sober.

We are mums, dads, students, lawyers and baristas, from 12 to 100 years old. We all have one thing in common; in the dark we come alive, shake the blues away and get lost in the music.Yeah it might seem a little bit strange, we’ve heard that a few times before, but since 2009 we’ve had more than 500,000 people get their groove on at a No Lights No Lycra.

With those kinds of numbers, it can’t be all that odd!2019 study, ‘Lights out, let’s dance!’, stated that 88% of attendees said attending No Lights No Lycra helped to break their inactive lifestyles and improve their overall health and wellbeing, with 97% experiencing an improvement in mental health and 95% reporting better physical health.

We grew from a small gathering in Melbourne into a global community, simply because joy is contagious, and people love to dance


No Lights No Lycra holds dances in West End dances every Tuesday from 7-8pm at AHEPA HALL at 128 Boundary Street.

Dances in the Brisbane area including Redlands Coast, North Lakes, Brisbane, Birkdale, Morayfield, Kingston and Sandgate.

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