When you go out for the evening in the Tri-State to enjoy some entertainment, where do you go dancing?  

There's lots of clubs and organized dance clubs providing some great entertainment here!  So, we'd like to know about some of the places YOU like to visit for dancing!


I used to go out on a weekly basis and hook up with as many dance club organizations as I possibly could.  For one, I love to dance and secondly, you get to meet so many great people who also enjoy dancing. Oh, and it's a great way to exercise, too. Check out this info on how many calories you could burn with these dances:

Swing – Hurling around your own bodyweight (and possibly your partner’s too) in this moderate to intense cardio workout burns between 300 and 550 cals. Depending on how high impact your style is and how much intensive maneuvering you do of your partner, it could very easily expend even more.

Ballroom - Slower paced styles will expend between 150 and 220, while quicker types will range between 250 and 320 per hour.

Salsa dancing – Roughly 405 per 60 minutes for someone weighing 140, or around 480 for a 180 lb person.

Zumba - Women in an average weight range, say roughly 120-170 for estimation purposes, are going to burn between 350 and 650 calories in an hour of Zumba, if they go at full intensity through the entire class. The exact expenditure during a class depends on a number of different variables, including exact weight, muscle content, fitness level and more.

There are several Dance Club's here in the Evansville area including: (click on each one for information on their Facebook pages.)

If there are more dance club organizations in the Tri-State I'm not aware of, please let me know! Be sure to share with us some great places to out and dance!

Hope to see you on the dance floor!

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