The Rhythm Foundation and the Center for Independent Living of South Florida is bringing together dancers of all levels and abilities (from wall flowers to pros) for a night of swing music to build new relationships over a shared love of movement. Studies show that dancing encourages people to feel closer to others so come and connect with us and enjoy our sunset happy hour starting at 6:30pm. We will have special discounts on concessions and fun vinyl selections to get you in the swinging mood. Bring your friends and commemorate the evening with a stop in our vintage photo booth.
Dance Band Night will be hosted by Miami Beach’s own Yuval and Juls from All Swing. Yuval and Juls offer a complimentary 30 minute lesson at 7:30 so that everyone can join in the dance! Once the clock strikes 8pm the band of choice, The French Horn, will take the stage for the first of two sets for the evening. Don’t think about sneaking out during the intermission because our Mix-and-Match dance contest is a do not miss – see your hosts for the evening to sign up!
Four-time World Swing Dance Champion Yuval Hod has taught, judged, and performed in more than 26 countries. He is a repeat winner of every major U.S. swing dance title, including American Lindy Hop Championship (8 times), U.S. Open (4 times), National Jitterbug (4 times), and Grand National Championship (3 times).
To register for this connection experience, click here.
Accessibility information: The North Beach Bandshell is a fully accessible venue. The venue is fully wheelchair accessible including restrooms and water fountains. We have on hand assisted listening devices. Please request one at the Rhythm Foundation table. Any guests with accessibility needs can check in at the Rhythm Foundation table for further assistance.
To request materials in accessible format, sign language interpreters, and/or any disability accommodation, please contact Rhythm Foundation by phone at 305-672-5202 or through email at email@example.com five days in advance to initiate your request. TTY users may also call 711 (Florida Relay Service).