SWING DANCE LESSONS: SUMMER SESSION

SWING DANCE LESSONS: SUMMER SESSION

THURSDAYS STARTS JULY 8th

Kick off your summer right with dance lessons at Lowdown Ballroom! Bailey McCully is ready to get you moving! Whether you've danced before, or you're a complete beginner, there's a class for you! Bailey is incredibly friendly, encouraging and a great teacher! Sign up now! Classes start July 8th!

GRAND REOPENING CELEBRATION

GRAND REOPENING CELEBRATION

THU, JUL 01 @ 8:00 PM*

WE'RE BACK, BABY!!! Join us for an evening of music by some of Seattle's finest Swing DJ's, mocktails, desserts and a dance lesson at *7:30 PM. Non-dancers welcome! We look forward to meeting you!

Attendees MUST be vaccinated with a minimum of 2 weeks since their final dose. Cash not accepted.

NEIGHBORHOOD CONCERT

NEIGHBORHOOD CONCERT

SAT, JUL 10 @ 4:00 PM

We have two very talented musicians lined up to play for you! Jen Hodge & Albanie Falletta will be performing from atop the Lowdown Ballroom garage terrace! It's uncertain when these two will be back in the area, so don't miss them!

The concert is FREE, but tips are gratefully accepted! Click "RSVP" to be taken to the Facebook Event!

NEIGHBORHOOD CONCERT

NEIGHBORHOOD CONCERT

SAT, JUL 24 @ 4:00 PM

Jeannie Rak is a Seattle-based singer-songwriter who cut her teeth as a busker at Pike Place Market, armed with only her guitar and vocals. She grew up in Bangkok, Thailand learning to sing in choirs and during long car ride sing-alongs with her mother and siblings. A former public school teacher, Rak is pursuing a lifelong dream of making music that moves people.

LIVE AT THE LOWDOWN

LIVE AT THE LOWDOWN

SUN, AUG 01 @ 4:00 PM

Katalysst is a progressive folk rock duo that promotes “woke folk'' for the contemporary soul. Kat and Alyssa met in 2019 and have been making music together since 2020. They’ve combined Kat’s operatic vocal finesse and thoughtful chord progressions to Alyssa’s poetic lyrical style and sassy bass lines. Their music interweaves memorable melodies with compelling motifs, harkening back to the heart and vitality central to the protest songs of the 1960’s.