Palm Springs New Year’s
Swing & Hustle Dance Classic
A Night At The Theater
December 29, 2017 – January 1, 2018
Join Jay Byam and an all star cast at the 2017-18 Palm Springs New Year’s Eve Gala AND West Coast Swing and Hustle Dance Classic. Friends and family from coast-to-coast and abroad are invited to attend as we celebrate the new year in show stopping style. You don’t want to miss THIS year!
Cocktail Hour with Full (no host) Bar
Professional Photo Shoot
Reserved Seat Dinner Buffet
Countdown Party with Champagne Toast
Dancing Until Sunrise
New Year’s Swing offers 30+ leveled workshops from a full Beginner’s Bootcamp to Intermediate, Advanced, and Competition classes taught by some of the best instructors in the industry. This year, DON’T MISS a very special workshop on The History of West Coast Swing taught by Robert Royston! This 1.5 hour workshop on Saturday, December 30 is included with your Full Event Pass and is a MUST for WCS dancers. Check the Schedule and make plans to be there.
New Year’s Swing& Hustle Dance Classic is proud to host WSDC Jack & Jill competitions including Newcomer, Novice, Intermediate, Advanced, Sophisticated, Masters, All Stars, and Champions. We also offer Hustle Dance Tour (HDT) Jack & Jill’s, Strictly Swing and Pro-Am competitions in West Coast and Hustle.
We love to dance and New Year’s Swing is where we do it – ALL NIGHT LONG! The hottest DJ’s, the top music, the best dancers, and dancing till sunrise make THIS the place to be.
You Spoke – We Listened! We received several requests for a chance to practice during the day so you won’t forget all the cool moves you learn in class. We think that’s a great idea! Time is limited due to the New Year’s celebration on Sunday, but as you requested, we are scheduling a few “Power Hour” dances so you can practice (and hopefully remember) what you learned. Thanks for your feedback. Let us know how it goes. ♥
Want more? Check out the Intensives page for details on the five specialty workshops being offered by Robert Royston, Myles and Tessa Munroe, and Chief Judge, Gary Jobst.