Welcome to Balboa, Baby!
Our goal is to make you dance.
Fast and slow.
And love every bit of it.
Wednesday, October 5, 2022
OMG – it’s October! To recover from this, why don’t you just join us on Wednesday to dance with us live at Bar Azul in Vienna – or at home via Zoom/Twitch!
This week with with positive energy and Swing music, selected with love by
DJ Ango2Go aka Johannes from Vienna
playing for us dancers!
Time: 20:30 – 23.00 pm
Free admission – please feed the lolly pig!
Location: AZUL Bar, Postgasse 2, 1010 Vienna (find it on Google Maps).
Streaming Links for all dates:
Please support the Shuffle Café – please feed our virtual lolly pig online:
consider a minimum donation of € 5,- for live concerts – to help us pay the musicians
NEW Dance Classes
LEARN BALBOA – BALBOA für Fussgänger
BALBOA BEGINNER PLUS
Rock My Balboa Dance Classes
Register to our Classes for Intermediate/Advanced Dancers
Our next Balboa Classes for more experienced Balboa Dancers will start on September 21, 2022. REGISTER HERE!
LAMINU Beginner Classes
SAVE THE DATE: March 24-26, 2023 – REGISTRATION WILL START SOON!
PRIVATE CLASSES for BALBOA, LAMINU and SLOW BALBOA
In order to offer input for everyone while staying safe, we are offering Classes for all levels and dancers in person or via Zoom. Send us an e-mail!
About: Since 2012, we’ve been organizing a weekly Swing dance event and a yearly bigger event, mainly with the focus on the dances Balboa and Laminu.
Because both dances need some boosting in Vienna. Balboa is a hot Swing dance from the 1930/1940ies, danced to Swingy Jazz music that can be very hot and fast.
Laminu is an “orphan dance” that is sometimes referred to as slow balboa – with all the elegance and charme of the slow Jazz music of the era.
This is why we are organising social evenings, taster classes, concerts and workshop week-ends – so that you can join the fun.
A point that is very dear to us: We want to keep our activities affordable. As we do this in our free time, our main aim is to make you happy and successful.
This is why most of our activities are donation-based; just for concerts and bigger workshop week-ends, we need to have a minimum donation or a fixed price to finance musicians, teachers etc.
We want the dance to be as free as possible – in every aspect.