There are very few places to go Country dancing in Seattle anymore. Country Dancing in Seattle slowed down after its heyday during the 1990s but has been steadily on the rise again. In the late 1980s through the 1990s there were many Country bars and clubs in the area like the Riverside (Tukwila) , Little Red Hen (Seattle), Parker’s (North Seattle), McCabe’s (Tacoma), Club Broadway (Everett), Jerry Andel’s (Everett & Auburn) and the Rockin’ Horse Dance Barn (Renton).
Rockin’ Horse Dance Barn
The Rockin’ Horse Dance Barn is by far the biggest one left. One thing that sets the Rockin’ Horse Dance Barn apart from the other places to go dancing is there is no alcohol. It is a place to just dance and have a good time. With 4,000 sq. ft. it is the largest hardwood dance floor for “any” kind of dancing in the Seattle area.
If you live in Seattle or are visiting Seattle this is a destination you really should put on your list of places to go for Country Dancing in Seattle. The best night for country dancing is Friday night. There are dance lessons every night and even during the day.
The owner Dave Serfling has been teaching adults to dance since 1988. His relaxed fun attitude has helped thousands of people come to love dancing. His decades of experience teaching has helped everyone that wants to learn to dance “Learn to Dance” and have fun. If you are looking for a place to start your Country dancing in Seattle you should try the Rockin’ Horse Dance Barn for sure.
Here comes our 25th Annual Ho-ho-hoedown at Rockin Horse Dance Barn on Friday. We will be celebrating our Class Party & Potluck, Dave’s Birthday (that’s me) and Christmas with our 25th Annual Ho-ho-hoedown. You can expect a great turnout this night. Dave Serfling will be teaching Nightclub 2-Step at 7pm so please join us for the whole evening. There will be our potluck at 8:30pm (please bring an item to share), Raffle drawings and door prizes.
I love December as most of you know. It’s my birthday month and I wait all year long for it. I try to celebrate as much as possible this time of year. Night gets to its longest in December and it tends to feel the coldest and dampest so I like to celebrate it with indoor dancing and parties.