Luxembourg’s Rotondes Comes Alive: Swing, House, and Hip Hop Dance…


Starting this week, Luxembourg’s Rotondes in Bonnevoie will become the epicenter of dance, hosting a series of events that aim to bring together dance enthusiasts of all levels. From Swing Social Dance to House and Hip Hop open floors, the events cater to a diverse audience, offering both beginners and seasoned dancers an opportunity to engage with the dance community in a vibrant and inclusive setting.


Swing Into Action

On Monday, March 4, 2024, the Swing Social Dance kicks off the week. Organized by Swing Dance Luxembourg Asbl, this event invites participants to a beginner taster class from 19:30 to 20:30, making it an excellent opportunity for novices to dive into the world of swing. The social dance that follows, running until 22:30, promises a lively atmosphere where dancers can practice their moves and socialize. For further information, this event is free and open to the public, encouraging anyone with an interest in swing dancing to attend.

Feel the Beat with House Dance


On Wednesday, March 6, 2024, the focus shifts to House Dance. Organized by KnowEdge Asbl, this event showcases the fusion of salsa, capoeira, tap-dancing, bboying, and more into an improvised dance style that emphasizes fast, complex steps and floor work. The initiation class from 19:30 to 20:30, led by Dimey, offers a comprehensive introduction to the foundations of House Dance, suitable for all levels, including beginners. The following open floor session from 20:30 to 22:00 serves as a dance jam for practitioners to freely express themselves to House music, creating a “safe space” for both amateurs and professionals. For further details, the event supports bilingual participation in French and English.

Hip Hop’s Open Floor: A Freestyle Space

The week’s festivities conclude on Thursday, March 7, 2024, with the Hip Hop Dance open floor. This event, also organized by KnowEdge Asbl, celebrates the freestyle aspect of Hip Hop dance, rooted in the Afro and Latin American neighborhoods of New York during the 1980s. Today, it stands as one of the most popular dance styles worldwide, known for its precise codes despite its spontaneous nature. Suitable for all levels (12+), the event promotes a free and expressive dance environment, welcoming participants to practice and share their passion for Hip Hop. Click here for more information, the event is conducted in French and English, ensuring accessibility for a broad audience.

As the Rotondes in Luxembourg-Bonnevoie prepares to host these diverse dance events, the community anticipates a week filled with rhythm, movement, and connection. These gatherings not only offer a platform for dancers to showcase their skills but also foster a sense of unity and belonging among participants from different backgrounds. With each night dedicated to a unique style, the series promises an enriching experience for everyone involved, highlighting the power of dance to bring people together.

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