Two-steppin' & line dancing
every Sunday and Thursday
*** SUNDANCE SALOON IS CLOSED THROUGH JUNE 30, 2021 ***
*** NEW! SUNDANCE SALOON ONLINE LIVE ***
Lessons and dancing while you shelter in place!
We return to Sundays. More info.
*** NEW! SUNDANCE IN THE PARK ***
Outdoor line dancing! Saturdays in Stern Grove.
Thursdays at the Cruise Terminal Plaza. More info.
Fund to offset losses from COVID19.
Use to "pay" for the live-stream lessons.
General fund for donations.
Use this for Sundance memberships.
*CLOSED THRU JUNE 30, 2021*
Country-western dancing for the LGBT community and its friends.
SUNDAYS: 5:00–10:30 pm THURSDAYS: 6:30–10:30 pm
550 Barneveld Ave., San Francisco
$7 admission • 21+ with ID
New to Sundance?
We welcome everyone! You'll find a friendly and diverse crowd: women, men, trans, cis, young, old, gay, and straight friends of the LGBT community. Don't know how to dance? No worries: we'll teach you – no partner needed!
*POSTPONED TO MAY 25-29, 2022*
Our huge country-western dance extravganza, featuring four nights of dance parties, three days of dance workshops, and hundreds of attendees from all over the country (and beyond).
The Sundance Association for Country-Western Dancing is the all-volunteer community-supported 501c3 nonprofit organization that runs Sundance Saloon, the Sundance Stompede, and our many other projects – now including live-streaming lessons.
Sundance Jerusalema Dance Video
Here's our latest community video project! South Africa's #JerusalemaDanceChallenge has gone viral, with groups world-wide posting videos of themselves doing some variation of the new line dance Jerusalema, from healthcare workers to Catholic priests, to lift our collective spirits during Covid.
Sundancers from all across the United States sent in videos of themselves doing Jerusalema, and we compiled them into this glorious community composite video. A must watch!
Sundance Saloon Online Live Sunday, April 18 • 5:45 - 9:00 pm PDT More info and tune in here
Sundance Saloon continues live-streaming line dance lessons on Sunday nights! Beginning lessons at 6:00 and intermediate/advanced lessons at 7:00. Now live-streaming direct from Sundance Saloon, with limited in-person attendance!
Sundance On The Pier Thursdays • 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Cruise Terminal Plaza, Pier 27, San Francisco
Sundance Saloon presents line dancing Thursday evenings at the Cruise Terminal Plaza along San Francisco's Embarcadero. This is a large, flat, comfortable space for dancing – spacious enough for us to accomodate 24 dancers. The setting is beautiful - very San Francisco, with the Bay Bridge, downtown skyline, and Coit Tower as our backdrop. Face masks and social distancing required.
Attendance is limited by law, and advance registration is required. Registration opens at 12:00 noon each Monday. If we're sold out, please place yourself on the waiting list. If we are unable to accommodate you, you'll have priority for the following week's event.
Sundance In The Grove Saturdays • 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Stern Grove, San Francisco
Sundance Saloon presents line dancing Saturday afternoons on the stage in the concert meadow of Stern Grove. We're on a nice boot-friendly wood floor, in a gorgeous wooded setting. Face masks and social distancing required.
Attendance is limited by law (now 17 at Stern Grove), and advance registration is required. Registration opens at 12:00 noon each Monday. If we're sold out, please place yourself on the waiting list. If we are unable to accommodate you, you'll have priority for the following week's event.
Sundance Music Playlists on Spotify
Are you missing Sundance Saloon during the break? Want to listen to some great country-western dance music in anticipation of our reopening? Check out our SUNDANCE SALOON PLAYLISTS on Spotify! You'll need a (free) Spotify account for basic listening privileges.
Sundance Saloon Line Dances. Not all music is available on Spotify, and sometimes we had to resort to different versions, but most of it is here! Here is the key (pdf file) matching line dances with the song titles and artists.
Thanks to the support of our community, we ended 2020 in the black. But 2021 is shaping up to be another challenging year. The major ways to support the Sundance Association at this time are:
Donate to our COVID-19 recovery fund, created specifically to help counter our losses from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a great way to "pay" an optional admission fee to Sundance Saloon Online Live or Sundance In The Park.
Become a member of the Sundance Association by pledging an annual tax-deductible donation.
Check out more ways to support Sundance, including non-financial support.