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Atlanta, Ga
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Chattanooga, Tn
Columbus, Ga
Cordele, Ga

East point, Ga

Fayetteville, Ga
Jackson, Ms
Knoxville, Tn
LaGrange, Ga

Macon, Ga
Mandeville LA

Olive branch, Ms
Oxford, Ms
Pensacola, FL
Tallahassee, FL
Tupelo, Ms



I try to keep the information current. However, to be sure, phone, e-mail, or visit the web sites listed, or check Dance Links. PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU SEE ANY ERRORS OR OMISSIONS.



Auburn, AL

Starlite Dance Club

Auburn Cotillion Club

Auburn Swing Dance Association

Starlite Dance Club
Auburn, AL

Motto: "Promoting Fun and Fellowship through Ballroom Dancing"

Tom Padgett (334) 821-2472, Fax (334) 821-3488

Guest admission: Guests of all ages welcome.  Dress code varies from semi-formal to dressy casual. No BYOB. No smoking. Cash bar at some dances. Guest admission $20/couple.


Auburn Swing Dance Association


Auburn Cotillion Club
300 North Dean Road, Suite 5
Auburn, AL 36830

Tracie West (334) 821-0629

Birmingham, AL
BBDA JBY ballroom dance club   Homewood Senior Center
Vestavia Wald Park Lodge Retired and Loving It Latinsoul Productions American Legion
Birmingham Swing Dancers ACME Beach Shaggers of Birmingham Birmingham Lindy Dancers Association
Brooklane Community Center      

Birmingham Ballroom Dance Association (BBDA) ( Birmingham Chapter of USA Dance)
Birmingham, AL

A great dance floor, friendly atmosphere, eminently danceable music. Dances every first Saturday 7-10 at Homewood Senior Center. Guests welcome.

Get more information at


JBY Ballroom Dance Club
826 Essex Road
Birmingham, AL 35222

JBY Ballroom Dance Club is a large club with 425 members. It holds its dance on the 2nd Thursday, each month, 7:30-10:30 at the BSDA Friendship Hall 1024 Old Walker Chapel Road, Fultondale, AL 35068.

Live band music is provided by Tradewinds, George Winter or Classics. Dress code is dressy casual for March through October, but no jeans, shorts, tube tops, caps, hats, tennis shoes or no-collar men's shirts. Reservations are not necessary. Guest admission is $10, members $8. Free soft drinks and snacks.

Murray Echols (205) 591-2421  or Jean Morton (205) 956-6946.
Jean Morton, President; Brenda Seilacher, Vice-President; Mary Oswald, Secretary; Murray Echols, Treasurer

Retired and Loving It
Redmont School  (was Comer School)

Weekly dances Mondays 1-3, CD's, casual. 956-6946


Latinsoul Productions

Latinsoul Productions is celebrating 10 years of bringing HOT Latin sound to Alabama and are inviting you to celebrate with them  at  different venues as they heat up the dance floor with the finest Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, Bachata, Latin reggae and more.

For more information visit or email at . Also read their newsletter.


Vestavia Wald Park Lodge
1973 Merryvale Road; Vestavia Hills, AL 35209  205 978-0166.

Ballroom dancing Mondays, 7-9 p.m.,  956-6946.

Directions to Vestavia Hills Civic Center at Wald Park

From I-65, take exit 252 and turn onto Montgomery Highway (U.S. Highway 31 North) heading toward Birmingham and Vestavia Hills.  Drive about 1 3/4 miles up the long hill.  About 2/3 of the way to top of this hill you will see on the left a building marked Vestavia Hills Civic Center.  At Civic Center building turn left at the traffic light onto Merryvale Road.  Immediately turn left into the driveway and park in this lot.  Enter through the upper level door in the corner of the building closest to the Highway 31 traffic light.

Directions to the Vestavia Lodge (For Dances) at Wald Park
Instead of turning into the Civic Center parking lot, continue to the 1st stop sign.  Turn left.  Lodge is the first building on the right.  Turn right into Lodge parking lot.

American Legion

Mondays, 7-10 p.m., band, casual. I-59 to Ashville / north on Hway 11. (205)594-5652


Birmingham Swing Dancers

The Club hosts regular Swing dances Visit its website at or check its newsletter .


Homewood Senior Center
816 Oak Grove Road
Homewood, AL 35209 (Homewood is just south of Birmingham, heading south on I-65)
(205) 943-0018

A very active organization with many and various daily activities, including occasional ballroom dancing.

The Homewood senior center is also used by other dance organizations as a venue for their events.

(205)943-0018, or Cell (205) 229-7317


Association of Cajun Music Enthusiasts

The Club hosts regular dances featuring Cajun and Zydeco music. Visit its website at for details on their dance events and classes.


Birmingham Lindy Dancers Association

Members dance on Tuesdays at Community Arts Center, 1715 27th Court South, Homewood, AL. Visit the website at or email for more information


Brooklane Community Center
Hueytown, AL

The center hosts dances every Tuesday and Thursday.


Magic City Boppers
The members dance on Wednesdays at Spud's, 5800 Oporeto-Madrid Ave. 426-3297, 699-6684, 956-7245


Beach Shaggers of Birmingham

The members dance on Tuesdays at Spud's, 5800 Oporto-Madrid Ave. (205)956-7245



Cullman, AL

Daphne, AL

Cullman Civic Center

Karen Seybold (256) 734-9157


Daphne Civic Center

Denni Biggs or Robin Smith
City of Daphne
P. O. Box 400
Daphne, AL 36526
(251) 626-5300

The City of Daphne hosts occasional dances, usually with a live band.

Additional contact:
Earl & Barbara Kellam
126 Durnford Hill Court
Daphne, AL, 36526
(251) 625-4258
(251) 623-1729



Dothan, AL

Enterprise, AL

Fairhope, AL

Dothan Ballroom Dance Club

Fred and Debbie Helms - Chairman
3402 Wellington Rd.
Dothan, AL 36305 (334) 793-4439 or

James Dees
900 Richmond Road
Dothan, AL 36303-2144
(334) 671-5530

Guest admission: Couples welcome. No singles. Dress code: casual with CD, coat and tie with band. No BYOB. No smoking. Admission $ 10/person. Call Jim Dees for reservations (334)671-5530.

The club holds a monthly dance every second Saturday at the Elk's Lodge


Enterprise Ballroom Dance Club
208n Fernway Drive, Enterprise, AL 36330

Chairpersons: Don and Kathy Pullum, 108 Fernway Drive, Enterprise, AL 36330, 334-347-3826 or email

Dances on the 4th Satruday night of each month at the Enterprise Civic Center on Hwy 167, (except 3rd Sat. in November and December 31) at 7:00 P.M. Advance reservations are requested for all dances. The December dance is on New Year's Eve.



James P. Nix Center
Fairhope Civic Center
161 N. Section Street
Fairhope, AL

Fairhope's famous cabaret dance. Dances every second and fourth Thursday, 8-11, $6 members, $9 guests. BYOB acceptable. Live music. Doors open at 7 P.M.

Sherry Sullivan, Director
"Skip" Smith, Dance Coordinator
928-2835, 928-7081, Fax 990.0207



105 South Cherokee
Dothan, Alabama 

A place to dance to live or recorded music, with dance lessons every Friday and Saturday starting at 7:00.

Also, check the website for occasional special events and workshops.



Florence, AL

Gardendale, AL

Guntersville, AL

North Alabama Dance Club
333 Deerpoint Lane
Florence, AL 35634

Regular monthly dances are held at the Broadway Recreational Center, 400 Broadway, on the third Saturday. Admission: Members $ 4, Non-Members $ 6, Visitors from more than 50 miles away $ 2.


President: Suzy Robbins (256) 767-1440
Vice-President: Larry Crowell
Assistant Vice-President: Rosario Saya
Treasurer: Betty Rushing


Gardendale Civic Center
970 Main Street
Gardendale, AL

Occasional dances and lessons. For information contact H. Anderson


Guntersville Recreation Center
1500 Sunset Drive
Guntersville, AL
256-302-9098 or 722-9557

Regular monthly ballroom dances in the Multi-Purpose Room.




Huntsville,  AL

The Dance Club Huntsville Swing Dance Society MARS Ballroom Dance Club Senior Center Ballroom Dance Club Twickenham Dance Club
UAH Dance Club Von Braun Civic Center Latin Dance Club of Huntsville Alabama Hispanic Association Rocket City Dance Club

Sunday Night Dance Group

Southern Elegance Dance Studio



The Dance Club
Huntsville, AL

The Dance Club, which is a non-profit organization, consists of a committee of ten volunteers who are dedicated ballroom dancers. Their objective is to give Huntsville dancers (including themselves) a truly great place to enjoy dancing on a regular, weeknight basis.

Guest admission: All guests welcome. Dressy casual except for 10th anniversary dance which is semi-formal. No BYOB. No Smoking. Admission $ 4/person CD, $ 6/person Band. Band usually on first Tuesday of each month.

Every Tuesday night from 7:30-10:15, The Dance Club presents ballroom dancing at Skate Odyssey. The 12,000 sq. Ft. wooden dance floor is perhaps the largest in the South and one of the largest in the country. On the first Tuesday in each month music is provided by a live band, while on other Tuesdays recorded music is played. Group instructions during the first 45 minutes. Admission: with recorded music $ 4, with live music $ 6 (includes group lesson).

This is for dancers of all ages. You do not have to bring a partner. Dress is casual, and soft drinks are available. The Odyssey offers the combination of a large dance floor, good air conditioning, an excellent sound system, and a smoke-free environment. This is ballroom dancing at its best.

Frank Tatom (256)880-7636 .

Check their web site at


Huntsville Swing Dance Society

The Huntsville Swing Dance Society is a non profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting swing dance in the Huntsville and North Alabama region. The Society sponsors monthly dances, often with live bands, and provides an alternative venue for swing dancing beyond what is typically found in "ballroom dancing." Dances are open to the public and include a free 45-minute lesson at the beginning of each dance.

The Huntsville Swing Dance Society was founded in 1995 and strives to support all styles of swing including: Lindy Hop, Jitterbug, Shag, East Coast Swing, and West Coast Swing. The Society offers swing dance lessons and workshops, and performs demonstrations and exhibitions at charity and community events. Membership is $20/person or $32/family and includes discounts for dances and lessons.

For more information, email at or visit their web site at



MARS Ballroom Dance Club
Huntsville, AL

The MARS Ballroom Dance Club was organized for government employees of the Marshall Space Flight Center and the independent contractors who work with them. Annual membership is $10/person or family unit. Dance lessons are given approximately four times a month for eight months of the year.

The club also sponsors several dinner dances throughout the year that are open to the general public. If you would like more information, contact Marcellus Graham at 256 882-2186 or

Additional information is provided at



Senior Center Ballroom Dance Club
Huntsville, AL

The Senior Center Ballroom Dance Club of the Huntsville Senior Center meets every Monday at 9:30 AM for dance lessons. The cost is $1 and participants must be 60 years of age or over. The club also holds dances that the general public may attend. The club is providing practice time every Monday and Friday, 12:45-2:15 in the Senior Center auditorium. Ballroom music will be provided, bring your favorite music if you wish. No need to be a member of the class to attend.

For more information, contact Charles Rice at 256.534.7796 .

Additional information is provided at .


Twickenham Dance Club
St. Stephens Episcopal Church
8020 Whitesburg Drive S.
Huntsville, AL

President: Alex Jolly

The Twickenham Dance Club dance party secondFriday, usually every other month at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on Whitesburg Drive.. Guests welcome. Recorded music; dressy casual  - necktie during Fall, Winter, and early Spring. Bring one heavy hors d'oeuvre or pay $8/couple

These parties are intended for couples only. Likewise, the club only sells tickets to couples for all of its semi-formal or formal dances. Single tickets to these dances can only be purchased through local dance studios.

For more information call (256)881-0493 or (2560876-8108

Additional information is provided at   .


UAH Dance Club
University of Alabama in Huntsville

Providing a place to practice the skills learned in dance classes at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, the UAH Dance Club sponsors a dance in the University Center exhibition hall once monthly. Dance enthusiasts from the University and the Huntsville community are on hand to enjoy a free dance lesson and dancing to a wide variety of music, from the big bands of the 40's to contemporary popular artists.

Club membership is free to UAH students and $10 a year for non-credit students or the general public. This small annual fee covers admission to the monthly dance, as well as a quarterly newsletter, which lists current information about other places to dance in Huntsville. Come and meet other people of all ages and backgrounds who share a fascination with dance!

If you are interested in taking dance classes at UAH, contact the Health & Physical Education Department at 256.890.6007 for the latest information. For more information about club membership or to obtain a schedule of upcoming dances, you may contact the club president, Carl Scharenberg .

Additional information is provided at   .

Von Braun Civic Center
Huntsville, AL

Jodi Weiner (256)533-5923 (home) or (256)651-1433

Additional information is provided at  


The Latin Dance Club of Huntsville

The Latin Dance and Social Club of Huntsville keeps Latin music lovers acquainted with the Latin scene in Huntsville, Alabama. The Huntsville Hispanic community promotes the Hispanic culture by organizing a variety of activities. Following is a short summary of Latin events taking place in Huntsville thro throughout the year: 


There are two great Latin bands based in Huntsville, Alabama: Mambo GrisGris and Latin Rhythms. They frequently perform at various locations in town. To check their schedules, visit their websites at and respectively. The Alabama Hispanic Association (AHA) hosts many Latin dances during the year. It also organizes annual Hispanic festivals to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and to share the Hispanic culture, music and dance with the Huntsville community. Visit to find out more. 

If you're a Latin music fan and would like to receive regular updates on Latin events taking place in Huntsville, e-mail us at .  We'll be glad to add your e-mail address to our mailing list. No membership dues required.


Alabama Hispanic Association

The Alabama Hispanic Association (AHA), founded in 1999, is a charitable, non-profit, tax-exempt organization committed to assisting the northern Alabama Hispanic community with information and resources for education, medical guidance, legal advice, translation, and assistance with various social issues. AHA also promotes Hispanic heritage awareness through its social activities, which bring together Hispanics and welcome members of all other
ethnic groups who make up our community.

For additional information on AHA, visit their website
at   or contact our
President, Margaret Rotger, at 256-325-4242 or

Southern Elegance Dance Studio
(256) 519-8011

Social dancing every Friday night 8-10.


Rocket City Dance Club
2614 Artie Street, Suite 1
Huntsville, AL 35806

Dance to a nice mix of ballroom, country and salsa every Friday night from 7-10 p.m. Admission is $10/person.

Tom or Mendy Langford (256) 534-4994 or



Madison, AL


Kinesthetic Cue Dance Club
8006 Old Madison Pike
Madison, AL 35758
(256) 464-8477

The Kinesthetic Cue Dance Club is all about having FUN.  They opened in Madison, Alabama, on January 15, 1999, and for the last seven years have been teaching people in the Huntsville and Madison, Alabama, area to dance. 

As a club they have FUN attending numerous and various social events together.  Some of the dances that they go to include the MARS (Marshall Area Recreation Services) Christmas, Valentine, Luau, and New Year's Eve dinner-dances at the Von Braun Civic Center.  They go to the Alzheimer Association's formal benefit dinner-dance featuring the Glenn Miller Orchestra, and to the formal Cotton Ball benefit dinner-dance in the fall, both at the Civic Center. 

They host a weekly dance party Fridays, as well as a monthly Latin dance party on the last Saturday.

Visit their web site at



Mobile, AL

Azalea Ballroom Dance Club Mary Abbie Berg Center Starlite Ballroom David Miner's Ballroom

Azalea Ballroom Dance Club
Elks Lodge #108
2671 Dauphin Island Parkway,
Mobile, AL

Regular dances with live music  2nd and 4th and 5th Tuesday of every month at the Elk's lodge located on Dauphin Island Parkway. They also have a lesson 1st and 3rd Tue of every month.

Lynn Luna


Arlene F. Mitchell Campus, Mobile, AL

Afternoon tea dances and evening cabaret dances.

Tea dances on the first Friday, 1-4, $5 members, $6 guests.

Cabaret dances on the third Friday 7-10, $5 members, $6 guests.

Live music.



Starlite Ballroom
4674 Airport Blvd., Suite C
Mobile, Al 36618

The longest running dance studio in Mobile. A great mix of smooth and Latin dances. Very friendly, smoke-free atmosphere.

Dancing every Friday from 8-9:30, under age 25 $5, others $10. Group lessons Tue. & Fri. at 7:00.

You can find them on their    web page.


David Miner's Ballroom
262 Azalea Road
Mobile, AL 36609
(251) 343-3339

This dance studio offers twice weekly dance parties. Visit for more information.



Montgomery, AL

Alcazar Shrine The Ballroom Club The 301 Club Dancin' Ballroom Dance Club Stardust Ballroom Dance Club

The Wednesday Night Dance Club

The Ballroom Club
(founded in 1976)

P.O. Box 230844
Montgomery, AL 36123-0844

President:: Linda Burrell 334-546-5700,
Vicki Moses, 334-361-1532,
Secretary: Sherry Galbreath 334-567-7200
Fred Price, 334-271-0373
Music Director: Ken Stafford (334) 279-1612
Web Master: René Zgraggen, 334-263-5566

Music: Live music or CDs by Kenneth Stafford

Motto: To promote good fellowship through ballroom dancing.

Administered by a very dedicated group of volunteers, this social club boasts 150 members from all walks of life. If you want to meet and dance with true ballroom aficionados, this is the place to go. Membership is limited to 150. To become a member you must be sponsored by an existing member.

Ballroom dancing on the first Saturday of every month. At the 301 Club, 301 Dexter Avenue (The New Church).

Live music two or three times a year, otherwise Ken Stafford provides the recorded music.

Admission for Guests $ 15.00. Drinks are free. No alcohol or smoking. Usually finger food is provided.

Dress code: When there's live music, dress code for gentlemen is formal, or dark suit and tie, cocktail dress or evening pants and top for the ladies. Otherwise, dark suit and tie for the gentlemen, 'after five' for the ladies during the months of November to May. During the hot months, dressy casual.

Singles or couples


Stardust Ballroom Dance Club

The Stardust Ballroom Dance Club meets on the second Saturday of each month. They usually host their dances at Strict Tempo Ballroom at 436 Coliseum Blvd.
The club is for couples. First time visit is free, after that admission is $ 15. You can join the club for a quarterly membership fee of $30. This June (2004) the club celebrates its 21st anniversary. Their Oktoberfest and Christmas dances also include dining.

President: Mariane Hatfield

The 301 Club
The New Church
301 Dexter Avenue (Corner McDonough)
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 263-0540

Located in the very heart of Montgomery, this popular spot is known for its cordial and casual atmosphere. Dances are held almost every Friday from 7:30-10:30. Steve Chambers teaches ballroom dancing from 6:30-7:30. The recorded music, provided by Ken Stafford includes traditional ballroom and western dances, as well as some line dances and a bit of country and western. Admission is $ 5 (including lesson). Sodas or bottled water $ .50.

During August 2010, free child care from 6:30-8:30 for those wishing to attend the class and party.

On special occasions, snacks and drinks are provided at no charge. No alcohol or smoking. Dress code is nicely casual. Singles or couples.

Contact: Ken Stafford, Manager 


Strict Tempo Ballroom Dance Studio
Montgomery, AL

Located at 436 Coliseum Blvd., they offer dance classes and dance parties on a regular basis. Linda Glass and David Marlow are the hosts. 334-239-8045

Montgomery Ballroom Dancers
Montgomery, AL

The club hosts a dance on the 3rd Saturday of each month, usually at the Cloverdale Junior High building at 1125 E. Fairview.

President: Sherry and Mike Luna 334.272.8253
V.-P: Lorreen & David Green, 334-517-4429

Guests welcome.



Ozark, AL

Ozark Park and Recreation Center
Ozark, AL.

For information call Carole Taylor 334.445-6900 or email to .

Directions: From Dothan, take 231N to Gillands Chevrolet and Pontiac in Ozark, turn right onto Union Street. (Coming down from Montgomery on 231S, turn left unto Union Street.) Go straight through 3 traffic lights (jail will be on right corner of the third light), then take the first road to the right, Community Drive, (one block after the third light and the jail). At the top of the hill is the Perry Recreation Center on the right.



Priceville, AL

Rainbow City, AL

Priceville Palace
716 Thompson Rd
Priceville, AL 35603
(256) 350-1666

PRICEVILLE PALACE has a nicely laid out Floor design (Linoleum surface) that is partitioned (lined off) to accommodate both Line Dancing and Couples Dancing. Overhead, rotating, lighted mirrored Ball, Stage lighting for band and easy access identifying emergency lights/exit doors. All types of dance lessons (couples/line) are available, even during the band break times; Mostly given on Saturday Nights as part of the normal dance hours. Special Dance Lessons available upon request; Lessons are FREE on Saturday Nights, Private lessons ar normally given, with nominal hourly fee (as determined by Dance /Line Instructor).

The Priceville Palace is a very special, semi-private, NON DRINKING Dance Club, designed for people with the sole purpose of DANCING and "Kickin' up their Heels" in mind! There is ample building space /outside parking to handle upwards to (300) people comfortably. The club is available for rental for private events as well. The Palace is normally open to the public, Thursday through Saturday nights each week. There are Live Bands on the weekends, cover charges are: Friday Night($4.00) and Saturday Night ($5.00), which covers attendance to the dances. The first Friday of each month is also a BIG BAND Night, with a small cover charged for that event as well. I highly recommend folks to come and check out this special "Honky Tonk", located in the heart of North Alabama, and bring the entire family. You won't be disappointed by what you see and hear!



NABDS - Northeast Alabama Ballroom Dance Society
1159 Wills Road
Boaz, AL 35957

Dances are held at the Rainbow City Community Center
Rainbow City, AL (6 miles South of Gadsden, AL)

Dances are usually on the third Saturday. Live music. After five dress December.

Barbara & Fred Overholtzer (256)546-9327
Other Contact: Darry Martin (256)593-6001 or


Spanish Fort


Moonlight Chassee Ballroom Dance Society
Fitzpenplace, 11247 US Hwy 31, Spanish Fort

The club hosts dances every first and third Monday from 7:30-10 with a lesson at 7:00.

Contact: Cassie Fishbein 251-377-4069



Trussville, AL


Trussville Senior Citizens Center
Trussville, AL

Dance every Thursday (except 2nd Thur.), 1:30-3:30, ballroom, casual, tapes.

(205) 655-7514



Tuscaloosa, AL

McAbee Activity Center Tuscaloosa Ballroom Dance Club
Crimson Tide Ballroom Dancers
Tuscaloosa County Park & Recreation Authority

McAbee Activity Center
Tuscaloosa, AL

The center hosts occasional social dances.

Ardis Hancock (205)562-3235 .


Tuscaloosa Ballroom Dance Club
837 Ashland Dr.
Tuscaloosa, AL 35406

Motto: To enhance participation in social, cultural, and recreational activities as they relate to ballroom dancing and provide entertainment and wholesome enjoyment, and to do all such things as are instrumental or conducive to the attainment of the above objectives.

Web site: 

Guest admission: Guests welcome but must be sponsored so please contact President or other member before attending. Guests must be 18 or older. Dress code: semi-formal for balls, dressy casual for regular dances. No shorts, tank tops etc. Jeans and T-shirts allowed for special dances (country & western, 50's). No BYOB. No smoking. Admission $ 10/person.

Tuscaloosa County Park & Recreation Authority
Ardis Hancock   
(205) 562-3235
(205) 562-3239 fax

Web site:

The Tuscaloosa County Park and Recreation Authority is a county wide non-profit agency funded by the City of Tuscaloosa, the City of Northport and Tuscaloosa County, whose mission is to promote and encourage leisure opportunities in the arts, parks and recreation.

The organization hosts period ballroom dances in Tuscaloosa.


Crimson Tide Ballroom Dancers

The Crimson Tide Ballroom Dancers (CTBD) is a Tuscaloosa, Alabama based group involved in a variety of ballroom dancing and music.  The CTBD was founded by Jimmy (Advisor) & Jennifer Kunz October 2006.  In 2010, CTBD became a student organization affiliated with the University of Alabama.  The Officers and Board Members are volunteers who have dedicated themselves to the promotion of ballroom/swing dancing to the Tuscaloosa community and other joining counties for a variety of social dancing.  CTBD thrives to bring ballroom/swing dancing to our students at the UA and other schools in the areas as well as others in our community.


Valley, AL


Magnolia Ballroom Dance Club
604 South 6th Street
Lanette, AL 36863

Dances are held at the West Point Gym, West Point, GA.
Come and enjoy a great night of dancing with the Magnolia Ballroom Dance Club.


John or Rebecca Duskin (334) 642-2162 .

Guest admission: Guest couples always welcome. No alcohol. No smoking. Admission $15/couple CD dances, $20/couple live music.



Atlanta, GA
Atlanta Ballroom Dance Center Atlanta Ballroom Dance Club Atlanta Dance World Atlanta Dance City Ballroom
USA Dance - Greater Atlanta Chapter WaltzPlay Atlanta Metro DanceSport Chapter of USA Dance

Atlanta Ballroom Dance Centre
Suite 104A, 6125 Roswell Rd. NE
Sandy Springs, GA 30328

Visit their web site at for information on events.

Open to public dances every Friday night 8-11 with a free lesson from 8-8:30. There is a Salsa Fiesta on the first Saturday of the month from 9:00-02:00, sponsored by Salsambo.

For information call (404) 847-0821 or Fax (404) 847-9827.


Atlanta Ballroom Dance Club
Knights of Columbus Hall
2620 Buford Highway
Atlanta, GA 30324

Motto: The Atlanta Ballroom Dance Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting ballroom dancing in the Atlanta area.

Monthly dance third Saturday of each month, 8:30-11:30 (Eastern Time) with group lesson. Check the events page. Guests welcome.

Check their web site for details at  Contact:



Atlanta Dance World
2200 Northlake Parkway Suite 270
Tucker, GA 30084

(770) 908-1916


Atlanta Dance City Ballroom
721Miami Circle
Atlanta, GA
Cell: (678)478-3168

"Atlanta's DanceSport Training Center"

Open dance party once a month.

 Check their web site for more events and details at  

USA Dance Inc. - Atlanta Chapter

Dances are held at Atlanta Dance, 2213 Roswell Rd., Marietta, GA, 30062, (770-973-5919 every 2nd Saturday from 8:30-11, with a lesson from 7:30-8:30.

This is the Atlanta chapter of USA Dance Inc.

Motto: To introduce and promote all aspects of ballroom dance to people of all ages. To encourage social dancing and support amateur competitive ballroom dancing.

To get to Atlanta Dance from the city of Atlanta, go north on I-75 to exit 263 (south loop 120 or S. Marietta Pkwy.)  Go right on the loop (towards Roswell) past two traffic lights and take the Marietta-Roswell exit (Roswell Rd. - hwy. 120).  Go right on Roswell Rd. for about a half mile.  The studio is in East Lake Shopping Center on your left.  It’s at the end of the shopping center near Marshalls.



WaltzPlay is a dance club dedicated to all the various waltz styles. They host a dance on Sundays from 3-5, with a lesson from 2-3 at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Buford Ave.

  More Information at  Amanda 770 499-0142


Atlanta Metro DanceSport Chapter of USA Dance.

Social dance every first Saturday at the Take Hold Ballroom, 721 Miami Circle, NE. Atlanta, GA. from 8:30-11 with a lesson from 7:30-8:30

Additional information can be found at . For directi0ons to Take Hold Ballroom go to



Cordele, GA

Cordele Ballroom Dance Club
PO Box 916
Cordele, GA 31010

Angie Greer (229)273-1593
c/o Tony and Jane LaPorte



Columbus, GA

Friends of Dance Gallops Senior Center Mr. & Mrs. Dance Club Let's Dance, etc. Club

Friends of Dance
Columbus, GA

The Club is dedicated to promoting ballroom dancing to all people. They offer lessons to to those that would like to learn different dances. The membership consists of dancers at all levels, from novice to competition qualified, all willing to help others learn new steps. They have dances with a band each quarter and dinner/meeting/dances during the other months.

Contacts: (706) 576-5475, (706)321-1434

President: Jim Hollander
Webmaster: Ronnie Connelly

Guest admission: Guests welcome, couples, singles, all ages. Ages 12 or less must be accompanied by an adult. Dress code for most dances is casual, except for some theme dances and two formal dances a year. No BYOB. No smoking. Admission $ 5/person for CD dances, $ 7.50/person for live music dances. Call ahead for directions. "Our aim is to provide a place for Dancers to come and enjoy the wonderful world of dancing. We also have a dance class 30 minutes prior to all dances."

Visit their web site  which, among other things, lists dances on both sides of the Alabama/Georgia border from Columbus/Phenix City to LaGrange/Auburn. It also contains some very interesting and well-written articles related to ballroom dancing.


Mr. & Mrs. Dance Club
P.O. Box 429
Columbus, GA 31902

Our club is for married couples who enjoy dancing, fun, and friendship and whose membership spans several generations dating back to 1949. Our objective is to provide fun and fellowship with a "touch of elegance". We enjoy a fantastic new dance venue at the Columbus Trade Center with live bands, great music, and good times. If you're just a beginner or even a more accomplished dancer, we invite your inquiries to one of the best dance clubs in the Columbus Area.

Butch Chapelle
Check their website at


Gallops Senior Center
1212 15th St.
Columbus, GA


    Let's Dance, etc. Club

Sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church, 1100 1st Ave, this club holds a dance on the 1st Thursday of every month. For more information go to


East Point, GA

Fayetteville, GA

LaGrange, GA

VFW, East Point, GA

Bill Adams of Columbus, GA writes this about the VFW East Point dances:

The VFW at East Point,Ga-(Atlanta airport area)-is not like any other VFW you have ever been to.They have a large wooden dance floor-a real dance floor-a good ballroom trio-no country western or line dances-The men must wear a coat and tie-the ladies must wear dresses-No smoking in ballroom-byob-set-ups available-but don't at up or you will be asked to leave-They need some more dancers on the first and third Friday nights in order to keep going.Please make every effort to come this Friday night-you must be a guest of a member-We are not members but can get you an invitation- The cost is $ 20.00 a couple-please e-mail me for directions and to have you put on guest list.We need nice places to dance-This is ninety minutes from Columbus-Macon-Auburn-Opelika-Valley-You don't have to fight Atlanta traffic.Please help them out.

Contact Jim Fields (770)462-3159 or Bill Adams at .


Stardust Ballroom Dance Club
Fayetteville, GA

Stardust Ballroom Dance Club provides a casual, friendly place for ballroom dancing on Atlanta's Southside. We provide DJ's, prerecorded ballroom music, and an occasional band for your dancing pleasure. The club also provides light finger foods, sodas, water and plenty of camaraderie with fellow dancers. Most dances are dressy casual attire according to monthly themes, and ALL levels of dancers are welcome. We are a community non-profit dance club an not associated with any particular dance studio or instructor. Monthly dances are usually held on the second Friday 8-11pm at Christ's Church at Whitewater, 1577 Hwy 85 South, in Fayettville GA. Check our website for exact dates, directions and other information: .

Elaina Wardell  (770) 460-5402 

Jane Stoakes (770) 461-9148


Moonlight Dance Club of LaGrange, GA
36 Hale Rd.
Hogansville, GA 30230

Margee Keeble 706-884-5857

The club hosts dances every 2nd Friday, 8:00-10:30 with a lesson at 7:00, at the following location: Lafayette Christian Academy Gym at 1904 Hamilton Road,  (Hwy 29),  LaGrange, GA. Dress code is "smart casual", except for December and February which are "coat and tie". Visitor couples are welcome, $20/couple.


Macon, GA


USA Dance - Middle Georgia Chapter
Macon, GA

Faye Adams, Bus: (478) 474-6100 Ext. 1249, Home: (478) 986-5091 . For more information visit



Biloxi, MS

Tupelo, MS

USA Dance - Mississippi Gulf Coast Chapter
the Greens: (228)872-9763

Our chapter of the non-profit United States Amateur Ballroom Association serves Mississippi's gulf coast. Our goal is to promote ballroom dancing as both fun and good exercise.

Dances and instructions on the first and third Tuesday of the month.

Check their web site at . The web site list a whole lot of dance venues and events, including the various casinos.


Tupelo Ballroom Dance Club
Tupelo, MS

The Tupelo Ballroom Dance Club is a very active club, offering a monthly dance, as well as dance lessons. For more information visit its web site at .


Jackson, MS

Olive Branch, MS


Magnolia Ballroom Dancers' Association
Jackson, MS

A non-profit social dance club dedicated to the art (and fun) of ballroom dancing. Located in Jackson, Mississippi.

This is a very active dance club. Check their web site


Desoto Ballroom Dance Company
9119 Pigeon Roost Road
Olive Branch, MS 38654
(901) 859-2631

Dance party every Friday Night 8:00-9:30 p.m.


Oxford, MS

Ole Miss Ballroom Dance Club
Oxford, MS

The Club organizes regular dances and lessons held on the Ole Miss Campus at the Johnson Commons Ballroom. Contact Caren/Scott Vitell for information.




Chattanooga, TN


Knoxville, TN


USA Dance - Chattanooga Chapter
Dancing every second Friday (with a few exceptions) at Allemande Hall in Chatanooga. Dance lesson from 8-9, dancing from 9-11. Visit their web site at .


USADance - Knoxville Chapter
The chapter holds regular monthly dances, usually with a dance lesson. Visit their web site at for more inormation.



Pensacola, FL


Tallahassee FL


Good Times Dance Club
If you're on vacation on the Gulf Coast, be sure to visit the Good Times Dance Club of Pensacola. They have a beautiful venue and they pride themselves on playing  the best ballroom dance music they can find. Every selection is meticulously reviewed for musicality, tempo and mood, and if the tempo of the original isn't quite right, they adjust it for maximum danceability. Visit their web site for more information .


USA Dance, Tallahassee Chapter

The club organizes monthly dances on the 3rd Saturday at The Senior Center on 1400 N. Monroe St. in Tallahassee. Some dances feature live bands, for others recorded music is played.

It's web site lists a number of other dance venues in the area. You can contact them at .




Mandeville LA


Mandeville Ballroom
5150 Hwy 22, Mandeville, LA 70471

Visit their web site at for more information.