Swing (Lindy Hop) Dances At Mit

Swing (Lindy Hop) Dances at MIT
Dec 09

Swing (Lindy Hop) Dances At Mit

Lindy Hop is the original form of swing, which originated in the 1920's ( more info ). Lindy Hop is still thriving, and vibrant dance scenes exist in nearly every major city in the US. Dancing takes place in the Boston area from 3-5 nights per week ( local calendar ). A national calendar and blues-specific calendar may also be of interest. We dance to a wide variety of music ranging from traditional swing to blues to hip-hop. Our dances are held once a week on Wednesday nights usually in the student center on the second floor. Lesson usually at 7: 30, dancing from 9: 00 to 11: 30 p. M. , Except on days without a lesson when the dance will begin at 8: 30 p. M. Please check the schedule for changes or cancellations. More Info below.

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when: December 9 @ 8pm - 10:30pm
where: Varios Locations at MIT, 77 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA map
category: Swing



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