Dancing at Sundance SaloonSundance Saloon is where San Francisco Bay Area’s LGBT community goes to two-step and line dance twice a week. But the club is so much more than just a place for country-western dancing: it is a San Francisco institution, a community, an inspiration, an all-volunteer nonprofit, an entertaining night out, or a life-changing experience.

Founded in 1998, Sundance Saloon is produced by the nonprofit Sundance Association for Country-Western Dancing, offering dance lessons every Thursday and Sunday, followed by open dancing. The lessons are truly the focal point of the evening, and beginners are always welcome. Here you’ll find a welcoming smiling community, possibly unlike any you’ve seen before.

Sundance-Saloon-03-20-11g-crop-640pxThe Sundance Association also brings country-western dancing into the community at San Francisco Pride, the Castro Street Fair, and even RSVP cruises. The Sundance Stompede is a four-day country-western dance extravaganza that attracts hundreds of visitors from all over. The Sundance Association has raised over $350,000 to date for other nonprofit organizations.



THURSDAYS 6:30-10:30pm
with lessons 7:00-8:00pm
SUNDAYS 5:00-10:30pm
with lessons 5:30-7:15pm

550 Barneveld Avenue
San Francisco, California

Admission $5 • 21+ w/ ID