Concourse Hall was built specifically for dance groups in the Ann Arbor area. It features 2800 square feet of dance space on a sprung wood floor. It has been the home for Pirate Swing since its inception. With an ample air conditioning system and the "Big Ass Fan", we keep it nice and cool. Parking is available on site, and overflow parking can go along the roadway.
The Campus Chapel is a beautiful space, with a wood foor and a high ceiling. Before Pirate Swing, some weekly swing dances were held here. We require shoes that will not leave marks or scuff the floor, so please, no hard leather soles.
The Forest Street Parking Structure is the most convenient. You may be able to find free street parking to the east of Washtenaw Avenue, but that's a bit of a gamble.
Jazzercise has moved a little closer to Ann Arbor. It has a nice wood floor and plenty of parking on site. Please no street shoes on the dance floor.
The Pittsfield Grange is a beautiful old dance hall, with wood floors and a stage. There is space downstairs for eating and socializing. In order to preserve the floor, no food is allowed upstairs and no beverages are allowed upstairs except for water in closed containers. This venue looks like a little old farmhouse, and there is a good chance you'll miss it the first time you drive past (most people do!). Parking is available on-site.
Come Dancing is a local dance studio for a multitude of dance types. It's a nice sized floor, and has ample parking on site.
76 N Huron St
Riverside Arts Center is a really neat building and the new home of Friday Night Swing. It has a free parking lot - if that fills up, there are other lots and street parking in the area.