• What is the event like?

    Learn what the event is on our introduction page.

  • How to be a good dance event attendee?

    We expect all attendees to be respectful of their fellow dancers and follow our code of conduct.

  • How do I register?

    Online registration opens September 30th at 12noon. You can then register here.

  • Where is the level check questionnaire?

    You can find it here. You must register BEFORE filling out the questionnaire.

  • Will there be housing available?

    We have housing guest/host applications forms to fill out here.

  • Are there any crew member positions available?

    We have a crew member application form to fill out here.

  • What should I wear to the classes?

    Please wear dance shoes only to classes, we discourage wearing street shoes to class. You can wear any dance shoe or sneaker that you prefer, as long as it isn’t used on the street to respect the floors. Wear clothes that are comfortable to dance in.

  • Can I videotape at the workshop or dances?

    Videotaping is allowed in between classes but NOT during class. Please ask your instructors if they are okay with you videotaping them after the class. Videotaping is allowed and encouraged at the evening dances and during competitions. If you post footage of the event on YouTube, please include a link to the SATS web page so others can know where to find more info on the event.

  • Why do I have to wear a wristband?

    We have a strict policy about wearing wristbands on wrists. We were lenient in the past and unfortunately some less than honest people took advantage of this. Attendees MUST wear their wristband on their wrist to get into the workshops and dances.

  • I have another question not answered here.

    Contact our staff.



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Leaving aside the Newcomers Special track, we have 5 full weekend tracks, four teaching couples, and four large spaces (the multi-purpose room [MPR] is a small room). This means we cannot have all tracks in classes at the same time, and each track will have an empty slot in their schedule.

We do our best to:


All non-newcomer track groups are folded into a single pool for registration called Full Weekend. Once registered, you have to fill out our Level Check Questionnaire.

Track group descriptions are available here.


This track is for you if…

You are fairly new to Swing Dancing, or have only taken a handful of classes. This is your first Lindy Hop workshop weekend. You’re looking to learn a lot and have a lot of fun. This track will provide just the right amount of classes.

It is a more affordable track perfect for new dancers. The track will be taught by instructors Adam Brozowski & Joshua Mclean.


Partnered swing dancing is a role-based dance. There is a leader and there is a follower. Both partners contribute equally to the dance, but in different ways. The leader is the one usually initiating movement and thinking about the dance in terms of shapes. The follower interprets the lead and moves accordingly, adding their own contributions to the dance. The dancers send each other cues about their movements and intentions through their connection as well as visually. The dance becomes an unspoken conversation between the dancers.