From your first tentative dance steps to your latest turn on the floor, we strive to make dance experience with our club fun and inspiring every time.

The Red Aces teach beginner and intermediate courses in dances from the Big Band Era, such as Lindy Hop and Charleston. See the schedule below for upcoming lesson series!

Upcoming Lesson Series

Beginner Lessons Starting Jan 10

Jan 10, 2018 - Feb 14, 2018
$40
Bethany Collegeside, RDC Campus - 99 College Circle

Time: 7:30 – 8:30 every Wednesday for 6 weeks.

This course will teach you the basic swing dance steps plus a good mix of moves to keep you having fun on the social dance floor.

Intermediate Lessons Jan 10th 2018

Jan 10, 2018 - Feb 14, 2018
$40
Bethany Collegeside, RDC Campus

99 College Circle

Time: 7:30 – 8:30 every Wednesday for 6 weeks.

Now you’ve learned all your basic swing steps and a good mix of moves, you’re ready for the framework of Lindy Hop: the Swing Out! You’ll learn how to master the momentum joy of this 8-count dance while mixing in all the moves you learned in the beginner class.

Beginner Lesson Series Feb 21 - March 28

Feb 21, 2018 - March 28, 2018
$40
Bethany Collegeside, RDC Campus

99 College Circle

This six week course will teach you the basic swing dance steps plus a good mix of moves to keep you having fun on the social dance floor!

What is Lindy Hop?

Lindy Hop evolved in the 1920s and 1930s in the dance halls of Harlem. Dancers created it on the fly in response to the new, changing music that was jazz. Often associated with the Big Band Era – think of Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald – it’s needs music that really swings.

Rather than following set movement patterns, Lindy Hop is built around a simple framework: the Swing Out. Learning the Swing Out – a single 8-count pattern – opens the door to countless moves and allows you to play and innovate as you build on your foundation. While you can learn the Swing Out in an afternoon, its simplicity and style is something that rewards the practice and study of years.