The Lindy Camp in Stockholm is coming up 5-7 may. Marriott Courtyard is the venue, just like last year. The weekender is organized by the same crew responsible for The Snowball, The Four Swedes. Are you planning on going? Read this article from last years event! cover photo: Light eX Machina It’s Friday night, the last in April 2016, and a full moon shines over lake Mälaren and over hotel Courtyard Marriott. I hear tones of Count Basie. The music comes from the hotel’s main conference room where a 370-square-foot hardwood floor has replaced the fitted carpets. Right now a hundred dancers are swiveling...Read More
Wednesday night is social dance night at Chicago Swing Dance Studio in Stockholm. Hornsgatan Ramblers are playing and the floor is packed. Couples move like electric whisk around each other. This is where Swedish swing enthusiasts, vintage geeks, and jazz geeks meet every Wednesday and actually every day of the week. Chicago Swing Dance Studio opened their doors in 2004 and has become the epicenter of lindy hop and swing dance in Stockholm. Much thanks to a group of enthusiasts, with Chicago’s founder Lennart Westerlund (aka. the father of Herrängs Dance Camp), in the lead. He has devoted his life to the expression and is the reason...Read More
Visiting Stockholm soon? Stockholm offers a lot of great swing venues, all year around, every night of the week. To avoid being astray, in search of a sensible place to do a swing out, you need steering. Here it is! It would be a great pity if you go to Venice of the North and miss something wonderful like this. Chicago – the epicenter of swing dance in Stockholm, located at Hornsgatan 75, 100 meters from Zinkensdamms subway. Run by Lindy hoppers known all over the world such as Fatima Teffahi, Lennart Westerlund and Sakarias ”Zacke” Larsson and home of...Read More
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