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event details

Schedule:

We are going to be dancing inside December 2nd in the Sunnyvale Community Center Dance Studio!

More details at on the Facebook Event.

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Attendees are required to be fully vaccinated according to Santa Clara county guidelines (original series of vaccinations, at a minimum) at least two weeks before the event. Attendees will be required to wear a mask while indoors and follow the directions of staff when it comes to wearing a mask.

Location:

950 Michaelangelo Drive
Sunnyvale, CA 94087

Swag:

FDO Tshirts are availalable here!

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About FDO

For Dancers Only is the premiere South Bay venue for swing dancing addicts.

Band Nights: A few times every year, we celebrate with a band. In the past, we've welcomed local favorites including Clint Baker's Hot Five, Don Neely Swingtet, Le Jazz Hot, Macy Blackman, Hot Baked Goods, and the Oaktown Strutters, as well as special anniversary appearances by the Tipsy Gypsies, Crescent Katz, Au Brothers, Mad Hat Hucksters, and Jonathan Stout & His Campus Five. Tickets for band nights will be available at the door or you can pre-register on our Square page.

Lost & Found: All lost and found items are left in the Dance Studio. For assistance, contact the City of Sunnyvale Community Center at (408) 730-7350.

Questions/Feedback: fordancersonlysb@gmail.com or (408) 657-7836

"Jazz on Friday night. Twinkle string lights. Full walls of mirrors. Dancers friendly and honed their crafts. Come by."

What is Lindy Hop?

Also known as Jitterbug, Lindy Hop was born in Harlem, New York City in the 1920’s and spread rapidly to dominate dance halls across America from the Great Depression through World War II. It is an unabashedly joyful dance, with a loose and swinging style that closely reflects its music — from the late 1920’s 'hot' jazz to the early 1940’s big bands. According to legend, the name Lindy Hop was inspired by Charles Lindbergh’s famous flight across the Atlantic in 1927, when newspaper headlines read: “Lindberg Hops Off For Paris." Download a brochure to read more.