TITLE TOWN debuts at the Ace Hotel Pittsburgh


TITLE TOWN Soul & Funk Dance Party
Ace Hotel Pittsburgh
120 S. Whitfield St. (East Liberty)

FRIDAY, January 8th
9 pm-2am, $6 cover, 21+

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Kick off 2016 on the good foot when the TITLE TOWN Soul & Funk Dance Party returns – FRIDAY, January 8th at Ace Hotel Pittsburgh. That’s right. TITLE TOWN is back in East Liberty, right around the corner from where it all began over six years ago.

Inspired by Pittsburgh’s rich record culture, resident co-creators, J. Malls & Gordy G. have been making bodies move since 2009. TITLE TOWN is a high-octane, all 45 RPM, soul and funk-fueled get down.

TITLE TOWN upholds Pittsburgh’s historic DJ legacy by blending an appreciation of classic and seldom-heard sounds from decades past – namely Northern Soul, funk, disco and vintage rhythm & blues – with a contemporary edge, turned all the way up.

The DJ duo navigates genres and eras, blending the best of labels such as Motown, Stax, and Chess with hand-picked rarities from regional soul scenes around the country – creating a feel-good dance floor frenzy among dedicated party goers.

We hope that you can join us for our kick off event at our new venue.


  • This is a 21+ event. $6 / cash only at the door.
  • Doors open at 9pm. Early arrival is strongly recommended. Guests may leave, but re-entry is based on capacity. Lobby bar and restaurant will be open before the event.
  • 2 public lots available behind ACE & the library. Enter on S BEATTY ST. Street parking is also available.
  • Be safe and use UBER or LYFT or a designated driver. Pick up / drop off at 120 WHITFIELD, Pgh. Pa 15206
  • Coat check (provided by ACE – additional charge not included with admission)
  • No backpacks or large bags permitted in the venue.

Ace Hotel Pittsburgh hangs its hat in the heart of East Liberty, pumping our heartswork into the city that built the American Century. We are creating a place not just in the neighborhood, but for the neighborhood, pulling on the heritage of YMCA and the building itself. A public place that causes buildings in the area to become rooms, streets to become hallways. Whether it’s screening home team games, movie nights, family sports & activities, robotics demonstrations, video art galleries or just large outdoor games, we will work with the community and provide a warm and inviting space for both guests from around the globe and those who live just down the block.

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