"Boston's host of fine Swing and Lindy Hop Dancing since 1994"
Upstairs in the
West Cambridge Youth Center
680 Huron Ave
We are generally
open on the:
2nd Saturday of
4th Saturday of
5th Saturday of
the Month (when there is one)
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updates and announcements each week.
don't actually have a hot neon
marquee, but it's a pretty cool trick, no?)
5:55 pm: Doors
6:00 pm: Workshops (some weeks,
please check our email
8:00 pm: Swing Dance
- 2 hr Lindy Hop Bootcamps usually on 4th
Sat of month
- periodically others
- Introductory Swing Dance (East Coast/6-step)
No partner needed. A great way to meet
PLEASE ARRIVE BEFORE 8PM! No lesson
admissions after 8:15.
(note: for studio lessons for advanced
beginner/intermediate dancers, and more,
check out Free
the rich sounds of New England's finest Swing
Bands and Orchestras. Come to dance or just
listen & watch.
$16 ($4 off w/ valid college id)
bands and special events may be a few dollars
Complimentary lot parking and streets.
VIBE, GREAT PEOPLE,
Ave": the WEST CAMBRIDGE YOUTH CENTER
680 Huron Ave, Fresh Pond/Cambridge
Lessons BEGIN at 8:00 (be sure to
arrive before that)
Bands go on at 9pm and the show ends at Midnight.
- Spacious professional dance floor, sprung
- Drinks and Snacks available
- Tons of free street and lot parking
- Ice cold air conditioning
Workshops (some weeks) 6:00-8:00pm
Intro Lesson from 8:00-9:00
(Note: no lesson admissions
after 8:15, please
arrive before 8pm)
Live music from 9pm - midnight
full schedule »)
Click on photos
for reviews & music samples
Eddie Scheer's Swingin' Allstars
at Huron Ave.
Featuring also Ricky "King" Russell, Randy Bramwell, and Diane Blue. Check out this great quartet made up of some of the stars of Swing City's favorite bands. This music is guaranteed to be swingin'!
Swing Line Dancing (6-8pm, free) more »
Dan Gabel and The Abletones
at Huron Ave
Dan Gabel and the Abletones specializes in the music of the 1930s and 40s and the sights and sounds of the era when swing music was king, and boosted the morale of the nation during the Second World War. Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Count Basie, Les Brown, Vaughn Monroe, Harry James, and many others are included in this salute to great music.
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