Q: What is the difference between a lesson and a workshop?
What is a lindy exchange?
Q: Why are lifts not allowed at most swing venues in Utah?
no one wants to get sued when you break your head, your partner's head, or the head of an innocent bystander.
Q: How do I find out where there will be swing dancing this week?
A: Check this website,www.utahswing.com or the Utah Swing Network Group. Also, consider joining one or all of the University Swing Club email lists. Each club sends out one email a week, highlighting
special events, and any changing specifics for weekly events.
Q: Why are the lights so bright at some of the venues? Can't we dim
A: Well, at some of our venues, we don't really get a choice- it is either all or nothing.
Q: How can I find out the name of a song I heard at a dance?
Ask the dj, or occasionally, Nate's playlists will be posted.
Q: How can I help?
A: There is always something to be organized, and reliable help is always
welcome! If you are interested in helping, and haven't found a specific email for the primary organizers, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
and we'll hook you up!
Q: How can I find instructors for private lessons?
Q: How can I find a ride to an event?
A; Hopefully someday we will have a forum or
something where you can ask, but for now, I would suggest contact dance friends, or the president of your local swing club.
Q: How come boys (or girls) don't ask me to dance?
A: I don't know. But the solution
is to take the initiative and ask.
A: A lesson comes in several forms: mainly group vs. private lessons. Group
lessons consist of multiple students learning from one or two instructors. Private lessons consist of one to two students
(as a couple, or singly) learning from one or two instructors. A workshop is usually a special event, longer than a
regular lesson, often consisting of several lessons covering different topics. A lindy exchange is a gathering of swing
dancers from all over in one particular city to experience the host city. For more info on exchanges, as well as a calendar,