These venues are our sponsors. Please support them by attending dances regularly. The more support these free lessons generate, the more free classes we’ll be able to offer.
Founded in 1994 Swing City was located at the VFW on Huron Ave in what is now the Russell Youth and Community Center. It ran live music swing dances, with some of the best local bands there for 10 years until 2004 and then moved to Newton, MA until 2008 when it changed hands and after some shuffling around, finally moved back to it’s origin at 680 Huron Ave in 2010. It’s been rebuilding a solid base of both dancers and bands and has become a genuine fun night out of swing dancing in the Boston area for both the beginner and the seasoned dancer.
You can check out band schedules and other events hosted by Swing City by going to their webpage: http://SwingCityBoston.com
Started in 1997, it is an online source for Salsa & Latin Dancing in Boston and New England. Find local dances, look for regional events, find classes and learn how to dance. It’s a portal to the Boston Salsa scene with loads of dancing information and even reviews by patrons that have visited the various venues. A site you definitely want to add to your bookmarks.
You can find more information on their webpage: http://SalsaBoston.com
Originally founded on December 2nd, 1998 on Wednesday night in Cambridge, it moved to its current location on 11 Garden Street in Harvard Square a year later, on February 22nd, 1999 and to its new night on Mondays. It has been running a weekly dance ever since. It’s a friendly environment for both beginner and advanced lindy hop dancers to practice their skill by simply dancing. Music is DJ’ed and you’ll find some of the best local talent in Boston to play for you.
You can find more information on their webpage: http://MondayNightPractice.com