Join the Best Dancers from Everywhere for our Exhilarating Ballroom DanceSport Night – Every Tuesday Evening at Goldcoast Ballroom!
8:00 PM – 11:00 PM – Social Dance
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM – Free Dance Lesson
(included with paid Admission to Social Dance)
Admission for the Entire Evening only $16.00* (including 6% FL Sales Tax)!
* Effective from February 1, 2016 forward, to save everyone the bother of dealing with pennies for added 6% FL Sales Tax at admission, our Admission Totals for our Regular Social Dances will be calculated to include your 6% FL Sales Tax and total the nearest whole dollar.
This means that starting February 1, 2016, the Admission to our Tuesday Evening Social Dances is $15.09 (price to Goldcoast) + $0.91 (6% Sales Tax to State of FL) = $16.00 Total.
The Admission Total includes admission to the Dance for the entire evening, the Free dance class before the Dance, pastry or dessert, and coffee, and 6% FL Sales Tax.
And, our bar is open to purchase your choice of wine, beer, champagne, soda/ soft drinks, and more!
The Admission for the Tuesday Evening Social Dance includes the Free Dance Lesson (7:00 PM – 8:00 PM). The FREE Dance Lesson is usually taught by our World Class Pro and U.S. Professional Champion Liene Di Lorenzo!! Check our Calendar to see what dance is being taught on any particular Tuesday night.
Music for the evening includes a well balanced combination of the International Latin and Standard/ Ballroom as well as American Smooth and Rhythm styles of dancing, plus other social dances such as West Coast Swing, Hustle, Merengue, Argentine Tango, and more.
Both couples and singles attend these dances, and some of our best amateur dancers around usually come on Tuesday nights!
Join us for a fun Night of Exceptional Dancing every Tuesday Night!
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Please Note: Since November, 2015, the regular USA Dance Monthly Dance is no longer held on the 2nd Tuesday night of the Month, but now is usually held on the 3rd Saturday Night of the Month at Goldcoast Ballroom. Check our Calendar each month.
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