Resources & Research

West Coast SwingAmerica celebrates the diversity of West Coast Swing and its dancers. Listed here are websites and pages featuring discussion and opinion on West Coast Swing and similar dances. By better understanding swing dancing, we will best be able to express ourselves through swing. 

All That Dance Studio Louisville Kentucky - All That Dance is Louisville Kentucky's first "all inclusive" dance studio offering dance lessons in swing dancing, ballroom dancing, Latin dancing, salsa dancing and country western dancing.

Skippy Blair: Golden State Dance Teachers Association. Not just for teachers and judges but also for the plain old dance enthusiast! Save yourself time and effort if you want the easiest and most efficient West Coast Swing syllabus for beginners. The best place on the planet to improve your West Coast Swing for a day, a weekend, or a week. Prepare to have your brain fried, but you will leave a better dancer! All levels.

Gotham Swing Club: New York City's West Coast Swing Dance Club.

Washington(DC) Swing Server: This always seems to come-up at the top of most searches, but if you've never been there before, the Washington DC Swing Server features a guide to Lindy Hop, Jitterbug, West Coast Swing, Carolina Shag, Hustle, and D.C. Hand Dancing in the Metropolitan Washington Area.

Dance Clubs & Organizations: The Arias Dance Academy lists Swing Clubs & Organizations in the United States both alphabetically and geographically. So why is West Coast SwingAmerica listed only in Georgia?

DanceNet On The Web: Where can you take dance classes? Where are the cool places to find other like minded dancers? DanceNet On The Web is your best on-line resource for Swing dancing in the Greater Boston area.

Swing Dancing Links: Sapphire Swan Swing Dancing Links is a list of useful links to swing dance resources available on the web. Links relating to other dances are available as well.

Swing Dancing Links from Syracuse: The Syracuse Swing Dance Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting swing dancing in the Central New York area. Their Link page features a strong research area.


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