Dance Fever Club

Tuesday evening line dance class in Ewloe

Its.. fun & friendly easy to learn great exercise

Side effects of our Ewloe line dance class may include uncontrollable joy, improved fitness, and a newfound love for dance

Venue Details:

Address: Ewloe Social Club, 85 Old Mold Rd, Deeside CH5 3AX

  • Large car pack
  • Fully licensed bar – please do not bring your own drink
  • Sprung dance floor
  • Toilets

Start / Finish times

We start 7:00pm till 10pm

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line dancers dancing on floor


Line dancing class in Ewloe, Deeside

Get ready to kick up your heels and join us for an electrifying line dance class in Ewloe! Every Tuesday evening, we host a dynamic session that welcomes dancers of all levels – whether you’re a beginner looking to step into the world of line dancing, an improver aiming to enhance your skills, or an intermediate dancer seeking new challenges.
Our classes are designed to be engaging, fun, and inclusive for everyone. So grab your dancing shoes and come along to our weekly gathering where you can groove to the rhythm, meet new friends, and create unforgettable dance moments.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to experience the joy of line dancing in Ewloe. Join us this Tuesday and let’s dance our way to a night of pure entertainment and camaraderie!

Frequently Asked Questions

Each line dance class is £8 each, you can stay as long as you want. We also have a loyalty card, so once you complete the card you get FREE entrance.

We cater for all levels of dancer. Here is our schedule for Tuesday class below.

7:00pm Beginners

8:00pm Improver / Easy Intermediate class

10:00pm class ends

Wear something casual, if you are a lady please don’t wear high heels as this can be dangerous when dancing.

Yes Ewloe social club does have a bar, so please do not bring your own drink.

Whilst I want to encourage everyone to learn harder dances I certainly suggest that if you are a beginner then master all the beginner moves and routines first and then try the harder levels.

I run between 3 and 6 events a year this can range from a line dance social evening to a meal out, even a line dance holiday.