Line Dance Events

Whether you dance with a group of friends or come alone – our country dance events are great fun and superb value for money.

Upcoming Events

Wayne T

Sat, 13 Jul 2024 – 19:00

Tony Crooks

Sat, 10 Aug 2024 – 19:00

Nadine Somers

Sat, 14 Sep 2024 – 19:00

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Line Dance Events in Surrey

If you are a line dancer based in Surrey or Hampshire – you've come to the right place!

Join us at one of our dance events for a night of line dancing to country music with live performing artistes from the UK line dance circuit, along with Lee's Country Disco to play your requests.

Whether you love dancing, or just enjoy being social with your friends, our line dance socials are a perfect night out for all line dancers. So bring a friend with you!

In addition to our regular line dance socials in Farnham, Surrey; we also host a range of line dance holidays and country music weekends at various venues across the UK.

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Top line dance artistes

We host (in our opinion) the best of British Country Music on our stage – this is something we achieve by selecting the best performers available for our upcoming dates.

Primarily we focus on quality performances; talented vocalists and musicians – over what the latest line dances they have on their setlist are.

The country legends, and the rising stars – all under one roof – each of the acts we work with have put in nothing but hard work and dedication to be at the top of UK country music.

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Line dancing is a social dance form that can be performed in a variety of settings, including:

  • Dance clubs: Line dancing is a popular activity in many dance clubs, especially country music clubs.
  • Bars and taverns: Line dancing is often performed in bars and taverns, especially in rural areas and those that cater to a country music audience.
  • Community centres: Line dancing is often performed at community centres, especially in senior centres and other social organisations.
  • Special events: Line dancing is a popular activity at special events such as weddings, parties, and festivals.
  • Line dance lessons and workshops: Line dance lessons and workshops are often held in dance studios, community centres, and other venues.

Line dancing is a fun and social activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities, so it's not limited to any particular type of venue.

Line dancing can range from simple, beginner-friendly steps to complex and challenging routines. The levels of line dancing generally reflect the complexity of the steps and patterns used, and can include:

Beginner: Beginner level line dances are characterised by simple, repetitive steps that are easy to learn and follow. These types of dances are often performed to slower-paced music and are designed to be accessible to people of all ages and abilities.

Intermediate: Intermediate level line dances typically involve more complex steps and patterns, as well as faster-paced music. Dancers at this level have a good foundation in basic line dance steps and are looking to improve their skills and challenge themselves.

Advanced: Advanced level line dances are designed for experienced dancers who have mastered intermediate-level steps and patterns. These types of dances often involve fast-paced, complex routines and are performed to a variety of music styles.

It's worth noting that different line dance instructors or organisations may use different levels or terminology to describe the difficulty of their dances. However, the general idea is that line dances can range from beginner-friendly to advanced, depending on the complexity of the steps and patterns used.

Line dancing is a social dance form that is often performed in a casual setting, so comfort is key. However, depending on the specific event, there may be a dress code to follow. Here are some ideas for what to wear for line dancing events:

  • Jeans or denim pants
  • T-shirts or tops with sleeves
  • Comfortable sneakers or dancing shoes
  • Cowboy boots (for country line dancing)

It's always a good idea to check the dress code of the specific event you are attending, as some events may have a theme that you can dress up for.

Yes, line dancing can be a good form of exercise. Line dancing is a type of dance that involves moving your body to the beat of music, often in unison with other people. This type of movement can be physically challenging and provides a cardiovascular workout, as well as improving coordination, balance, and endurance.

Additionally, line dancing is a fun and social activity, so it's a great way to stay active while also connecting with others. The social aspect of line dancing can also help to keep people motivated and engaged in their exercise routine.

It's worth noting that the intensity of line dancing can vary depending on the type of dance, the tempo of the music, and the individual's level of physical fitness. However, for many people, line dancing is an enjoyable form of exercise that can help to improve physical health and well-being.

Line dancing is often associated with country music, but it is not limited to that genre. Line dancing can be performed to a variety of music styles, including pop, hip-hop, Latin, and more. The steps and patterns used in line dancing are typically not specific to any particular type of music, so they can be adapted to suit a wide range of musical styles.

Country line dancing is a specific type of line dancing that is performed to country music, often in a Western or cowboy-themed setting. This type of line dancing is characterised by its use of simple, repetitive steps, and is often performed in large groups.

Regardless of the type of music, line dancing is a fun and social activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities. Whether you prefer country music or something else, there is a line dance out there that is perfect for you!

How To Find Us

Our monthly events take place at The Seale & Sands RBL, The Green, Sands, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 1LL. The club is easily accessible from primary road links such as the M3, M25, A3, A31 and A331.