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The Different Types Of Dance Clubs

Visiting a dance club in your area can be a great way to let off some steam during the week and also get in a bit of exercise to contrast your boring, slow paced job or schooling. Many consumers go to dance clubs in order to meet new people, but some consumers visit dance clubs simply because they love the freedom and creative experience associated with a night of dancing. There are so many different types of dance clubs from which to choose, and you can find a club that features the music and style of dance that is most appealing to your specific taste.

It is important, when searching for the right dance club, to evaluate the clientele as well as the club itself. Sometimes, the clientele can determine whether or not you feel comfortable letting loose at a dance club. If the clientele seems awkward to you, or if you don't feel like you fit in with the crowd, you will probably not enjoy yourself as much as you would if you found a night club or dance club with a clientele whose company you enjoyed. Different dance clubs featured different styles of dance and different musical genres:

Honky Tonk Dance Clubs or Line Dancing Clubs

Honky Tonk dance clubs are dance clubs that feature country music predominantly in their dance music collection. These clubs allow consumers with a cowboy flair to get their groove on with a line dance or a country swing dance. Line dancing clubs can be a great way to meet new people without creating any potentially uncomfortable situations. Because line dancing is usually performed as an individual, you won't have to worry about dancing with strangers or dancing too close to people that you've never met before or who make you uncomfortable.

Discos and Sock Hops

Some dance clubs feature music from different eras such as the fifties, sixties or seventies. Depending on the type of music that is featured, these clubs may be called discos or sock hops. These clubs are usually fun and lighthearted atmospheres where consumers can go to relive the glory days or pretend to have been a part of an era in the past. Sock hops feature Doo Wop music that is reminiscent of the musical Grease! and provide consumers with a fun way to expend extra energy. Discos will give you the chance to sweat out your Saturday Night Fever and enjoy some of your favorite disco tunes from the seventies.

Raves and Hip Hop Clubs

The more intense dance clubs that are sometimes featured in movies or on television are usually called raves or hip hop clubs. These clubs feature a style of music that emphasizes a specific beat or tempo. Usually, consumers at raves are interested in letting off as much energy as possible and escaping completely from social norms. Sometimes, raves can be too intense for the average consumer. However, if you are interested in hard hitting music, a hip hop club may be the perfect choice for you.

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