We remind you that:
You must be 21 or over to attend Sundance Saloon.
No outside drinks are allowed in the club.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Sundance Saloon wil be closed:
- Thursday, December 26
- Thursday, January 2
Sundance Saloon is open EVERY SUNDAY through the holidays.
Beatbox Country will be closed:
- Tuesday, December 24
- Tuesday, December 31 (We'll be at the Whitcomb Hotel on New Year's Eve)
Stompede Line Dance Review at Sundance Saloon
Sundays in December: 5:30 pm
Sundance Saloon: Cocoa Room
In December we'll review many of the line dances taught at the 2013 Sundance Stompede. We'll be interested to find out which ones appeal most to our Sundancers. You can find step sheets and videos on the Stompede website line dance page.
December 1 = 5:30 50 Ways (int+), 6:10 Make It Up (beg)
December 8 = 5:30 Counting Stars (int), 6:10 Country Girl Shake (beg)
December 15 = 5:30 Follow Me (adv)
December 22 = 5:30 Stronger (int), 6:10 Drink In My Hand (beg-int)
December 29 = 5:30 Ain't No Other Man (adv)
Every Tuesday: 6:30 - 11:00 pm
Monthly Saturdays (Dec. 21): 6:00 - 10:00 pm
Beatbox, 314 11th St. at Folsom, San Francisco
We're loving our dancing at the south-of-Market club Beatbox! It's a fantastic space, with a gorgeous hardwood floor, awesome sound system, fully-stocked bar, and central location.
• Tuesday nights. Country-western dancing is now EVERY TUESDAY at Beatbox! This night has slight increased focus on line dancing, but there is still plenty of couples' dancing to please everyone. Watch also for some bonus line dances to be taught here. 6:30 - 11 pm, beginning two-step lesson at 7:00, line dance lesson at 7:30. $6 admissio
The line dance instruction schedule for December:
- Dec. 3 = 50 Ways (int+)
- Dec. 10 = Life Without You (int+)
- Dec. 17 = Ain't No Other man (adv)
Beatbox Country will be CLOSED Dec. 24 and Dec. 31.
• Saturday, December 21: We have country-western dancing at Beatbox monthy on Saturday nights, 6:00 - 10:00 pm, with lessons 6-7 pm. $8 admission. In 2014 we'll be moving to mostly the first Saturday of the month [January 4].
Country Music Video Night with Sundance at the Edge
2nd Wednesdays [next December 11]: 7:00 pm - midnight
The Edge, 4149 18th St., San Francisco
A new monthly country night at the Edge Bar featuring music videos presented by VJs from Sundance Saloon. No official dancing, but if you want to make a little room when Fake ID plays, no one will stop you! Come on down, socialize with your Sundance friends, and encourage your new friends to check out Sundance Saloon! The Edge is typically a men's bar, but of course everyone is welcome! Free!
Join us for our annual Holiday Ball, 5:00 – 10:30 pm on Sunday, December 15. This is always a truly special event with plenty of good cheer and good company, where you can dance to a mix of your holiday and non-holiday favorites, with special surprises all night long.
Please bring a new, unwrapped toy for our Toy Drive and save $3 off the special event admission of $8. This year’s toys will be placed in the care of Sandy "Mama" Reinhart, fund-raiser extraordinaire of the San Francisco leather community. The toys she collects will be destined for numerous organizations.
Sundance New Year's Eve Dance
Tuesday, December 31: 6:00 pm - 1:00 am
Hotel Whitcomb, 1231 Market St., San Francisco
Ring in the new year with your Sundance friends, family and community! Sundance Saloon returns to the glorious ballroom of the Hotel Whitcomb for one of our most anticipated events of the year. Optional gourmet 4-course dinner at 6:00 pm, followed by country-western dancing from 8:00 pm to 1:00 am.
Dinner + dance = $55 (limited capacity)
Dance only = $25 in advance (by Dec. 26), $35 at the door
We have a limited number of hotel guest rooms available at $169 per night for up to two people, $189 for up to four.
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Did you know that Sundance Saloon is run entirely by volunteers? The managers, front door and coat-check staff, set-up crew, instructors, and DJs all donate their time to create this unique institution. It is the cumulative effort of dozens of volunteers that keep Sundance Saloon thriving and make it such a special place.
We are continue to recruit new volunteers for the front door and coat-check, especially those who can commit to serving one hour a month on Sundays. If you can help us out, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.